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Thursday. Very Busy Morning. Slow mid-day, then busy finish. 23 patients 11 in the first 1.5 hours, then slow until a 5 PM rush.
Conjunctivitis. New Onset Diabetes. A half handful for Weight Management. A good dozen with sinusitis and cough, some with otalgia and effusions. A few straight out PSBR. One patient with dry cough and lung congestion, mild hypoxemia, and respiratory exposure to dust contaminated with animal feces, fungus, and other irritation agents. A Swab was taken for assessing multiple pathogenic organism cultures and susceptibilities. Urinary tract and Kidney infection. Mood and affective Disorder. Croup. last was a child with a wedge laceration of the right apical forehead scalp, bleeding profusely, but calverium intact, and closure was made rapidly. Heading home to get Iain and go to drill Judo & Jiu-Jitsu. The Big's went downtown to work out with Josh White.
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Wednesday. Overcast. But, not cold enough to snow. 34 patients. Very steady. Bilateral thigh contusions and green-yellow hematomas. Anxiety. Gastroenteritis. A dozen and a quarter for Sinusitis with cough. Some with Otitis and otalgia, others with COPD exacerbations, a few with fever and body aches, still others with sore throats and Laryngitis. NONE with Influenza or Strep. Drug Screens. DOT Physicals. Med refills. Chronic Back pain - referred to Pain management. Dysgusia - referred to ENT. Berievement. Pre-syncopal episode and at 9 months gravida. Last of the day was Malignant Hypertension, and history of Stroke. Broguht BP down gently over more than 1 hour. Heading over to Judo, then Jiu-Jitsu. All the children and Elizabeth will be playing. ... See MoreSee Less

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Tuesday 29 patients. Slow and steady all day then 8 in the last 1.5 hours. One Influenza type A. 103.1 fever. Started with a CCP Executive Physical. Tricare annual labs plus extras. A half handful of DOT Physicals. Erosive gastritis. Weight Loss and Maintenance. R shoulder impingement - for PROLO-therapy injection. Urinary tract infections. Prostatitis. Med refills. DFACS Drug Screening. Hypertension and Diabetes management. Hands with Eczema vs Atopic Dermatitis. Ankle and foot strain r/o Fracture by X-ray. Back pain. A half dozen Otitis with Cough. A couple true Bronchitis. A few mixed PSBR and Sinusitis with cough. Mood andd Affective disorders needing medication management. Cirrhosis with Ascites - hospital took 4.5 liters off the patient's abdomen. Letter to court for recusal from Community Service due to impairments. Going to head over to Jiu-jitsu. Then teaching a Judo class. Afterwards its home with the kids, for another game night. They slaughtered me last night, I need to repay the losses. ... See MoreSee Less

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Monday cold and rainy. A tree down in the back yard of the Clinic. One of the large Bradford Pears, I planted 17 years ago.
40 patients. 6 after 5:45 PM. This was a DOT Monday. A good half dozen or more. Another half dozen full blown PSBR. Another dozen with the Sinusitis, Otitis, and reactive cough. Conjunctivitis. Gastritis. Otitis interna with Vertigo. Right Shoulder impingement injected. Gastroenteritis. Left Knee Chondromalacia treated conservatively with orals. Left Ankle inversion injury with Fib-Talo ligament sprain, and 4rth Tarsal-metatarsal ligament strain. very painful. R/O Fracture, and applied gel Ankle Cast support. Med refills. A handful for Weight Management. ADD/ADHD. Urinary tract infections. Migrainoform Headache. Assess non-pigmented nevus on Left lateral triceps, will watch and wait. Heading over to Judo.
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Sunday. Seems Dr. Galloway was snowed in up in Blairsville, and couldn't make it in to run the clinic. I got a call about 7 AM here in Cali, from folks waiting in the clinic parking lot. I got a hold of my manager, who went in and posted a sign on the door, or else called my former manager, who actually went over and posted the sign. Either way. looks like we're closed today. I am flying home this evening, and will in the clinic Monday morning at 8 AM. See you then. ... See MoreSee Less

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In Ontario, California, for Winter Nationals. Galloway on deck. Back in clinic Monday. ... See MoreSee Less

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Cold Thursday - 40 patients. One more Influenza Type A. Then the sinus congestion, with sore throat, and cough persists with more than a dozen cases, and another half handful of classic PSBR cases. A half handful of DOT Physicals. A school Sports physical. Several DFACS drug screens. Influenza Vaccine Prophylaxis. Depo-provera Injection for contraception. Eczema. ASthma maintenance. Disability clearance letter. Hypertension, Diabetes, and Hypothyroid Management. Hemorrhoids. Two Presyncopal episodes with hyperglycemia, r/o diabetes. index finger paraonychial abscess lanced and drained. Injected Dequervain's Teno-synovitis with thenar strain. Left knee chondromalacia injection. Med refills. A combined left shoulder impingement with left PCL Knee ligament strain - injections to each. Infectious Gastroenteritis. Headache and mid-epigastritis 2.5 weeks after concussion, recent 2 day CT ruled out ICH, seems to be NSAID induced Gastritis with eruction and reactive headache pain. Post Bronchitis persistent Rib and Left Upper Quadrant abdomen pain, r/o pathology by X-ray, seems to be bowel gas, and bacterial overgrowth. Branch struck eyeball while bush hogging, superficail laceration of sclera and globe, no apparent penetration, but significant subconjunctival hematoma, r/o foreign body, and globe penetration, then treated conservatively with precautions. Tinea corpus. Psoriasis. Medical student is pulling her weight. Heading to Judo and Jiu-jitsu, then firing up Hannukah candles for the 5th Night of Lights. ... See MoreSee Less

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Wednesday cold and clear. 26 patients. Left lateral ankle fracture, non-displaced, placed in a walker boot with crutches. A half dozen simple Pharyngitis with Bronchospasm. Another half dozen with a more complex sinusitis, pharyngitis, otitis, and cough. Med refills. Drug & Alcohol screening. Non-Cardiac Chest pain r/o MI by EKG & GI Cocktail. Erosive Gastritis. Infectious Gastroenteritis. Exudative Conjunctivitis. Phlebotomy for Polycythemia Vera. Ulnar Entrapment Neuropathy referred to Orthopaedics for Ulnar Nerve release. Tinea pedis. Atopic Dermatitis. Eczyma, Cardiac dysrhythmia noted in Sports physical, sent to Pedi-Cardiology. Another 3 Sore throat congestion, rhinitis and cough at the end of day. Heading to Judo and Jiu-Jitsu. Then home for candles on the 4rth Night of Lights. ... See MoreSee Less

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Tuesday 26 patients. Non-Cardiac Chest pain, r/o angina, treated for NSAID induced erosive gastritis. Gastroenteritis in kids and adults. Nearly 10 Sinusitis or Upper respiratory infection with cough. Another Influenza Type A picked up by the medical student. She is pretty perceptive, Tick Fever, and Headache, relapse from last year. A half handful for weight loss management. Strep Throat. Tinea Capitus. Med refills. Patient with Multi-joint Osteo-arthritis requesting steroid injection. Atopic Dermatitis. Sports Physicals. Diabetes management. Heading home to pick up Ari and go to Jiu-jitsu. Kell and Nicole will already be there, Iain strained an inguinal ligament avoiding a throw last night, and will have to sit out. I will be teaching Judo at 8 PM. ... See MoreSee Less

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Monday. 30 patients. Medical Student is pulling her weight. Status Asthma Returns To Clinic for further tune up. Migraine. A good half dozen with Sinusitis and cough. Weight Loss. Left Knee Strain. Topamax for Headache. Pharyngitis, Sinusitis, Bronchospasm, and RAD. Med refills. New patient exams for Rosacea and BCCA. Hematoma left anterior Leg. Dementia. Concussion screening and activity restriction. Mood and Affective Disorder post Peachford. Urinary tract Infections. Left rib and back pain with cough c/c Costochondritis. Left Supra-peri-anal draining follicular cyst. Painful Halucis Valgus referred to Orthopaedics. Elevatd PSA, Normal DRG - referred to Urology. Just read that my long time friend from Germany is in hospital with a heart attack!! I will pray for her quick recovery. Heading home to pick up the crew and go to Judo. Then back home for the second 'Night of Lights'.. ... See MoreSee Less

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