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Monday. The Rain came down. Closed the clinic early due to flooding in the county. Still saw 33 people by 3:30 PM. Removed foreign body embedded in Left eye. Repaired U shaped flap laceration along volar lateral thumb. Fevers to 103.4, cough and hypoxemia, r/o influenza, treated for URI and Asthma exacerbation. Added Ipratropium bromide to Nebs routine. More than a dozen similar cases. Three with gastroenteritis. Croup with gagging and vomiting. Uncontrolled Diabetes. Gilbert's Syndrome with presyncope r/o diabetes, labs pending. URI /c Malignant Hypertension (treated in house), and costo-chondritis with abdominal wall fasciitis, from coughing.DOT physicals. Mood Disorders. management of Hypertension and Diabetes. Strep Throat. Influenza vaccine prophylaxis x4. Medication refills. Drug Screening. Urinary tract infection with candida and cystitis. Smoker /c Dysphagia, Dysphonia, and Verrucous on tongue, referred to ENT. Heading to Judo. Then Home to finish Packing for the IBSA Judo World Championships in Lisbon. Galloway, Eubanks, and Neilson will cover while I am away. ... See MoreSee Less

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Sunday, bright and sunny, if cool. Drove the Jag. 17 patients. Nearly everyone with Sinusitis, Cough, and Fever to 102. A couple needing Candida prophylaxis. NO influenza. One Urinary Tract Infection with Interstitial Cystitis. One Hypertension with pedal edema. One finger contusion r/o fracture. One Erosive vs. Inflammatory gastritis. Heading home. I have to start packing for the IBSA Judo World Championships in Lisbon. I leave out Tuesday. ... See MoreSee Less

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Saturday. Beautifully Clear, sunny, cool. Mother's Yahrzeit candle still burning at 24 hours. She would be 99 years old, 100 in January. Gone 3 years. Died 2 days before Veterans Day, coincidentally Dad's Jahrzeit 18 years prior. Both buried at Arlington along with Brother Doug. Fitting. 19 patients in the door today. 13 in the first two hours. Many cases were time consuming. Backed up charting. Three DOT Physicals. B-12 injection and pain management. Right hand having two metacarpals with non-displaced spiral fractures. Casted. Five with Sore throat, Sinus drainage, and Cough. Peri-anal MRSA Abscess. Cat bite returns with swollen volar DIP joint and flexor tendon sheath, despite prior injection and Abx. Forced to I&D, Pack, change Abx coverage. Then : More PSBR. Med refills. Otitis Media. Mood Disorder. Scabies. Hypertension management. Candida. Parotitis returns, feels worse, extended abx coverage, sent for MRI to r/o Salivary stone, parotid duct obstruction, mass effect. Heading Home. Will take the fam out to dinner at Avalon. ... See MoreSee Less

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Whew. Friday 42 patients. Very busy. A handful of DOT physicals. Influenza Vaccinations. Phlebotomy for Polycythemia Vera. A dozen cases of Pharyngitis, Sinusitis, Bronchospasm and RAD. Another Dozen cases with sore Sore throats and Sinus, or Otitis, or connected symptoms, and drainage. Carpal Tunnel. Recurrence of Parotitis - may be a salivary stone, if no improvement with treatment will obtain CT. Wound check on hand laceration. Drug Screening. Med refills. Chronic pain. Mood Disorder. Advised ER assessment. Weight loss. Skin infections ie. Impetigo. Excision of Sebhoreic Keratosis, and BCCA from face, electrofulgarated base. Strep. Hypertension and Diabetes management. Heading home to pick up Iain, and practice Judo. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thursday Rainy again. 33 patients. Mole removals x3 are looking good. Community Program Physical to start the day. Then DOT and Firefighter physicals. Log reviews for Diabetes and Hypertension management. 12 hour Post-MVA Assessment - some contusions, general myalgias, no sequellae. Drug Screening. Denovo medication for Malignant Hypertension,. Drug Screening. Medication refills. Carpal tunnel pain. Gout in toe. Gastritis, Nausea, and vomiting, with anorexia and Ketosis. Earache. Strep Throat. Rib contusions r/o fracture. Another Gout Flare. Recurrent Pleurisy and Left lateral chest wall paiin. A handful of congestion and sore throat. Dehissance of wound repair, after self removal of sutures. Low back pain with SI jt. instability and Sciatica, near instant relief with injections x3. Urinary tract infections - refractory. psoriasis. Hypothyroidism. Epstein Barr virus relapse. Rheumatology labs Positive - sent to specialist. Asthma and COPD exacerbations. Anxiety, panic Attacks, and Mood Disorder management. Heading Home to pick up Iain then on to Judo & Jiu-jitsu. ... See MoreSee Less

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Wednesday. Rainy. Cool. 35 patients. Election wins and losses sinking in, except the GA. Governors race. Kemp is ahead by 65K votes and has 50.5% yet, maybe they will find a stash of 100K Dem ballots somewhere? Oh well. Gout Flare right 4rth toe. DOT Physical. Improving bite on R hand, but pt. wanted check of Uric Acid. Three savage Strep Throats, one with impetigo. All with fevers. A handful of wicked coughs with sinus congestion. left Calcaneal Hel spur injected. DOT physicals. Drug Screening. Weigth loss. Left ear excoriation. NO Q-Tips folks. Strained Gastrocnemius Muscle. Urinary tract pain and pyelonephritis. Conjunctivitis. Peri-orbital contusion with mild (Grade I) concussion. Supra-umbilical intra fscial fat hernia. Med refills galore. Atopic Dermatitis with Tinea infiltration. PCL injury sent for MRI. Apparent Blood Dyscrasia picked up incidentally on labs for weight loss. Pt. sent to hematology for repeat. Heart palpitations, non-cardiac chest pain, driven by paroxysmal anxiety. Wrestling weight evaluation. Heading to Judo and Jiu-Jitsu. ... See MoreSee Less

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Tuesday. Election day. 20 patients. The flow stopped flat at 4 PM. No evening after-work crowd, they are all at the polls. some in line for 3 hours. Infected Cat bites to start. Followed by a patient with infected insect bites. Both had cellulitis. Strep Throat. Cough and sinus congestion. Nausea/Vomitting due to withdrawal. Non-Cardiac Chest pain, ruled out MI by EKG. DOT Physical. Med refills. Malignant Hypertension management. Urinary Tract infection. A bare handful with Sinusitis, Headache, and Cough. Otitis Externa and Media. Allergic Ophthalmalitis. Simple Pharyngitis. Excision and electrofulgaration of x3 small pigmented nevi. Hypothyroidism. Heading to Jiu-Jitsu, then teaching Judo, then home to watch the election returns. ... See MoreSee Less

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Monday - 36 patients. Busy morning, slower mid-day, busy evening. Left Knee Chondromalacia vs Gout. A lot of labs today. Weight loss x4. More than a dozen and one-half with the prevailing Upper respiratory tract infection, most with sinusitis, many with fever. No influenza. Three Strep Throat. Gout Flares x3. Otitis Interna with Vertigo and Nausea. DOT Physicals. Sports Physicals, Pre-employment Physicals. Neuro-cognitive assessment, subsequently referred to Neurology. DFACs Drug screening. Medication Renewals. Anxiety. Foot contusion. Wart Excision and Electrofulgaration. Sinusitis with lacrimal duct infection and Peri-orbital swelling and ecchymosis. Viral syndrome with neck stiffness. LS pain and sciatica. Referral to imaging for CT of back in order to provide work clearance for old injury. Heading home to pick up Iain and go to Judo. Vote Tomorrow folks. I have already voted. Conservative, for lower taxes, and for continued prosperity. But hey, please, vote your conscience, that is what the Republic is all about. ... See MoreSee Less

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Sunday. 16 patients, very steady. Post-MVA PTSD exacerbation, and loss of auditory acuity due to air-bag deployment. Ruled out concussion. Word of the day is "Adage". More than a half dozen with Sinusitis, cough, chills, and Myalgias. NO Influenza. Otitis media. Suture removals. Hematuria with apparent Renal Calculus, and Urinary tract infection. One Influenza Vaccine Prophylaxis. A few medication refills. Depo-provera injection as a hormone replacement therapy. Diabetes check with med renewal and labs. Heading Home. Awaiting word on how the two boys fared in their Senior Tachi-waza divisions at the Quebec Open. ... See MoreSee Less

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