Patient Name: Catherine Cruz
Date: Mar 5, 2013
Patient has a history of gallstones resulting from her diagnosis of cystic fibrosis 3 years ago. Gall stones were eliminated through ERCP. During the ERCP the doctor performed discover that the individual suffered from a pancreatic pseudocyst. An endoscopy was performed for removing the pseudocyst. Patient was diagnosed with pancreas divism your day of birth. Patient happens to be taking Furosemide due to her diagnosis of hypertension which was diagnosed at the same time as the cystic fibrosis. Individual has high levels of triglyceride and has become diagnosed with hypertriglyceridemia. Mrs. Cruz has also been clinically determined to have rheumatoid arthritis 6 years ago and is currently approved Azathioprine. Patient also has as well as of serious, acute pancreatitis. SYMPTOMS:
Mrs. Jones came in complaining of acute upper abdominal pain, nausea, and tiredness. PHYSICAL EVALUATION RESULTS:
Patient is usually boarder-line obese so testing were offering to check calcium mineral and lipid levels. Amounts in both equally were more than normal hence the patient was diagnosed with triglycerides, as well as, hypercalcemia. Being that the individual was identified as having cystic fibrosis, acute pancreatitis, and hypertriglyceridemia a bloodstream test was administered to check on her insulin levels. Her insulin and blood amylace levels were high along with lipase levels. All symptoms are believed to be caused by the pancreatitis. In order to insure pancreatitis your doctor used a stethoscope to become the stomach for any inside bowel noises. Afterwards a CT search within was used.