Consult - History and Phy.
Sample Name: Bariatric Consult - Surgical Weight Loss - 1
Description: Evaluation for elective surgical weight loss via the gastric bypass as opposed to Lap-Band.
(Medical Transcription Sample Report)
ABC was seen in my office for evaluation for elective surgical weight loss on October 6, 2008. ABC is a 34-year-old female with a BMI of 43. She is 5'6" tall and weighs 267 pounds. She is motivated to attempt surgical weight loss because she has been overweight for over 20 years and wants to have more energy and improve her self-image. She is not only affected physically, but also socially by her weight. When she loses weight she always regains it and she always gains back more weight than she has lost. At one time, she lost 100 pounds and gained the weight back within a year. She has tried numerous commercial weight loss programs including Weight Watcher's for four months in 1992 with 15-pound weight loss, RS for two months in 1990 with six-pound weight loss, Slim Fast for six weeks in 2004 with eight-pound weight loss, an exercise program for two months in 2007 with a five-pound weight loss, Atkin's Diet for three months in 2008 with a ten-pound weight loss, and Dexatrim for one month in 2005 with a five-pound weight loss. She has also tried numerous fat reduction or fad diets. She was on Redux for nine months with a 100-pound weight loss.
PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: She has a history of hypertension and shortness of breath.
PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: Pertinent for cholecystectomy.
PSYCHOLOGICAL HISTORY: Negative.
SOCIAL HISTORY: She is single. She drinks alcohol once a week. She does not smoke.
MEDICATIONS: Include Topamax 100 mg twice daily, Zoloft 100 mg twice daily, Abilify 5 mg daily, Motrin 800 mg daily, and a multivitamin.
ALLERGIES: She has no known drug allergies.
REVIEW OF SYSTEMS: Negative.
PHYSICAL EXAM: This is a pleasant female in no acute distress. Alert and oriented x 3. HEENT: Normocephalic, atraumatic. Extraocular muscles intact, nonicteric sclerae. Chest is clear to auscultation bilaterally. Cardiovascular is normal sinus rhythm. Abdomen is obese, soft, nontender and nondistended. Extremities show no edema, clubbing or cyanosis.
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