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Welcome to Melons OET Writing Course which can be completed using this Course and by attending our LIVE sessions for 1 month. Before we begin, we use 6 very easy steps to write a letter. Click “Start Course” and follow all the instructions closely. To complete this course, you need to get:
- Printed copy of a case notes (available on this site);
19 February, 2020
Ms Stella Howard
Woodside Nursing House
Norwich 142 Woodside Road
Dear Ms Howard,
Re: Mrs Betsie Anderson, 89 years
Mrs Betsie Anderson requires continuity of care and management following her discharge today. She is recuperating from urinary tract infection.
Mrs Anderson was admitted on 16 February 2020 with the complaints of confusion and urinary incontinence. On assessment, her temperature was 38.3oC, heart rate, 119 beats per minute, respiratory rate, 23 breaths per minute and oxygen saturation on room air. Her urinalysis was positive for bacteria. A series of investigations revealed urinary tract infection and her condition was managed with acetaminophen 650 mg orally along with ciprofloxacin intravenously.
It would be appreciated if you could assess blood pressure and level of consciousness daily. She requires assistance in activities of daily living while physiotherapy need to continue. Importantly, please closely monitor any signs of orthostatic blood pressure and dehydration. A follow up visit has been arranged with Dr. Alex Rose in 2 weeks along with repeated urinalysis and labs. Please note, she requires a walker, cane and bedside commode.
Mrs Betsie’s current medicines are levothyroxine 200mcg, protonix 75 mg, colace 100mg, ciprofloxacin 250mg, multivitamin with calcium and aricept 10 mg. She is allergic to iodine.
Should you have any queries, please contact me.
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