Sample Type / Medical Specialty: Cardiovascular / Pulmonary
Sample Name: Endotracheal Intubation
Endotracheal intubation. Respiratory failure. The patient is a 52-year-old male with metastatic osteogenic sarcoma. He was admitted two days ago with small bowel obstruction.
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Respiratory failure.BRIEF HISTORY:
The patient is a 52-year-old male with metastatic osteogenic sarcoma. He was admitted two days ago with small bowel obstruction. He has been on Coumadin for previous PE and currently on heparin drip. He became altered and subsequently deteriorated quite rapidly to the point where he is no longer breathing on his own and has minimal responsiveness. A code blue was called. On my arrival, the patient's vital signs are stable. His blood pressure is systolically in 140s and heart rate 80s. He however has 0 respiratory effort and is unresponsive to even painful stimuli. The patient was given etomidate 20 mg.DESCRIPTION OF PROCEDURE:
The patient positioned appropriate equipment at the bedside, given 20 mg of etomidate and 100 mg of succinylcholine. Mac-4 blade was used. A 7.5 ET tube placed to 24th teeth. There is good color change on the capnographer with bilateral breath sounds. Following intubation, the patient's blood pressure began to drop. He was given 2 L of bolus. I started him on dopamine drip at 10 mcg. Dr. X was at the bedside, who is the primary caregiver, he assumed the care of the patient, will be transferred to the ICU. Chest x-ray will be reviewed and Pulmonary will be consulted.
cardiovascular / pulmonary, metastatic osteogenic sarcoma, respiratory failure, bowel obstruction, blood pressure, endotracheal intubation, endotracheal, sarcoma,
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