Cardiovascular Pathology - Case 6 - Part 2
   

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The patient was sent to the emergency room from the angio suite for stabilization after she was found to have complete occlusion of both renal arteries and attempted recanalization of the renal stent failed. In the ER she developed a sudden increase in oxygen requirement and decreased mental status. An initial work up was performed.

Name

Result/Unit

 

Ref Interval

WHITE BLOOD CELL COUNT

23.06 K/uL

H

3.20-10.60

RED BLOOD CELL COUNT

3.22 M/uL

L

3.88-5.46

HEMOGLOBIN

9.5 g/dL

L

12.1-15.9

HEMATOCRIT

28.0 %

L

34.3-46.6

MEAN CORPUSCULAR VOLUME

86.9 fL

 

77.8-94.0

MEAN CORPUSCULAR HEMOGLOBIN

29.5 pg

 

26.5-32.6

MEAN CORPUSCULAR HGB CONC

34.0 g/dL

 

32.7-36.9

RED CELL DISTRIBUTION WIDTH

16.2 %

H

10.8-14.1

PLATELETS

505 K/uL

H

177-406

MEAN PLATELET VOLUME

8.7 fL

 

5.9-9.8

GRANULOCYTES %

90.8 %

H

44.0-76.0

MONOCYTE %

1.7 %

L

2.0-7.5

EOSINOPHIL %

0.7 %

 

0.0-6.0

AUTOMATED BASOPHIL %

0.3 %

 

0.0-1.7

GRANULOCYTE #

20.9 K/uL

H

1.3-7.0

MONOCYTE #

.4 K/uL

 

.1-.5

AUTOMATED ABS EOSINOPHIL COUNT

0.2 K/uL

 

0.0-0.4

BASOPHIL #

0.1 K/uL

 

0.0-0.1

LYMPH #

1.5 K/uL

 

.8-3.1

LYMPHOCYTE %

6.5 %

L

14.7-42.6

Name

Result/Unit

 

Ref Interval

TROPONIN I

0.9 ng/mL

H

0.0-0.4

ABG

Result/Unit

 

Ref Interval

FiO2

15 L

 

 

pH

7.457

H

7.35-7.45

PaCO2

38.2 mmHg

 

35-39

PaO2

32.8 mmHg

LL

61-82

COHb

1.3 %

 

0.1-2

MethHb

1.3 %

 

0.1-2

tHb

8.6 gm%

L

13-19

O2 Content

7.8 vol%

L

17-24

Pb

644 mmHg

 

 

Na+

142 mmol/L

 

136-144

K+

4.5 mmol/L

 

3.3-5

Ca++

1.28 mmol/L

 

1.11-1.3

HCO3

26.6 mEq/L

H

19-25

BE

3 mEq/L

H

-2.5-2.5

O2Hb

65.1 %

L

92-99

Hct

26.6 g/dL

 

 

Glucose

105 mg/dL

 

65-110

Lactate

0.9 mmol/L

 

0.7-2.1

Temp

37 C

 

 

Allen`s Test

+

 

 

 

EKG 1-11-03
CXR 1-11-03

1. Review the labs on admission. What is her PaO2?

2. Review the EKG. Do you see any abnormalities?

3. Review her Chest X-ray on admission. Is the heart size normal? How do the lungs look?