Question: Abdominal Assessment Mr. Peter Is A 71 Year Old Admitted To Room H-523 With A GI Bleed. VS=B/P 100/60 TPR=37°C 100-20. Pulse Ox=96% RA. Pain 7/10 Clo Abdominal Discomfort. Color Pale, Skin Warm & Dry. Braden = 21 A&O X 4, PERRLA, MAE X 4. Hand Grip = & Weak. Unsteady Gait When Ambulating. Needs Assistance Of 1. Denies Numbness Or Tingling To Extremities. …

Question: Abdominal Assessment Mr. Peter Is A 71 Year Old Admitted To Room H-523 With A GI Bleed. VS=B/P 100/60 TPR=37°C 100-20. Pulse Ox=96% RA. Pain 7/10 Clo Abdominal Discomfort. Color Pale, Skin Warm & Dry. Braden = 21 A&O X 4, PERRLA, MAE X 4. Hand Grip = & Weak. Unsteady Gait When Ambulating. Needs Assistance Of 1. Denies Numbness Or Tingling To Extremities. …

Abdominal Assessment Mr. Peter is a 71 year old admitted to room H-523 with a GI Bleed. VS=B/P 100/60 TPR=37°C 100-20. Pulse

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Abdominal Assessment Mr. Peter is a 71 year old admitted to room H-523 with a GI Bleed. VS=B/P 100/60 TPR=37°C 100-20. Pulse Ox=96% RA. Pain 7/10 clo abdominal discomfort. Color pale, skin warm & dry. Braden = 21 A&O x 4, PERRLA, MAE X 4. Hand grip = & weak. Unsteady gait when ambulating. Needs assistance of 1. Denies numbness or tingling to extremities. Lungs clear vesicular sounds. No cough. PPP x 4 @ + 2, No edema, No JVD. CR <3 sec. Abdomen hyperactive BS in all four quadrants. Abd soft, Clo abdominal tenderness to RUQ & LUQ upon palpation. No distention. Negative rebound. Black tarry stool Ć visible blood. Pt clo diarrhea x 2 days. No clo nausea. Foley catheter inserted to straight drain Ċ clear amber urine. Falls precautions d/t weakness. History of GERD and depression Stat EGD completed. Results of biopsy pending. Pt. states he is afraid of results of biopsy. CXR is normal.