Affected person Name: Big t. J. Atezado
Patient IDENTIFICATION: 110497DOB: 02/15/----Age: 44Sex: Meters
Date of Admission: 10/09/----
Date of Procedure: 10/09/----
Admitting Medical doctor: Patrick Keathley, MD, Endocrinology
Surgeon: Dr . Max Hirsch, MD, Orthopedics
Assistant: Markus LeRoy Manley, PA-C (Surgical assistant was used for smooth tissue safety and retraction, and also for maintaining decrease during non permanent and long term fixation. Utilization of surgical assistant was clinically necessary and improved the protection and efficiency of the treatment. )
Preoperative Diagnosis: Left hindfoot osteoarthritis.
Postoperative Diagnosis: Kept hindfoot osteoarthritis.
1 ) Triple arthrodesis.
installment payments on your Popliteal sciatic block positioned by cosmetic surgeon explicitly for postoperative pain management.
Anesthesia: General by Throw Delaney, MD, Anesthesiology. Condition during inconsiderateness, stable.
Specimen Taken out: None.
4 Fluids: Observe nurse's remarks.
Estimated Blood Loss: See nurse's notes.
Urine output: See nurse's records.
Patient: T. J. Moreno
Affected person ID: 110497
Time of Entrance: 10/09/----
Web page: 2
Postoperative Condition: Secure.
INDICATION: A 44-year-old man with hindfoot osteoarthritis soreness, who has failed conservative management. After reviewing risks, benefits, and alternatives, he offers agreed to move forward with surgical management.
Risks of delayed healing, non-healing, illness, nerve boat tendon personal injury, ongoing discomfort and pain, procedure failure, need for revision surgery, and hardware removing noted. The simple fact that he will probably have a stiffed hindfoot, noted. Patient's questions had been answered and he was agreed for the planned treatment.
METHOD IN DETAIL: The sufferer was taken to the working room where general ease was activated. Time out was taken implying appropriated web page, procedure, and...