Subjective The patient presents at the clinic complaining of nocturia, decreased urinary flow, decreased flow as well as terminal dysuria. TG states that the symptoms have been persistent for the last two years but the last two weeks have seen a significant increase in intensity of the symptoms. TG denies any case or instance of radiated pain within the period of two weeks,
60 year old, Hispanic male
Vital signs: BP at 140/92;
Pulse rate: 80; Temperature: 99.0 Weight = 200 pounds; height = 71”, BMI = 27.9
Patient Hx for hypercholesterolemia, hypertension, costochondritis, suspected angina, possible family history of heart disease in the family
Patient denies any use of alcohol, tobacco, or drug abuse Current medication list: Cardizem 240mg QD and Zocor 20mg ...