A couple more brain-numbing requests from my adventures on the dark wards...
The first one speaks for itself: "Patient's blood pressure 105/45 @ 2030 hrs. Now 100/50 @ 1130 hrs. Please review for falling BP."
The second one was to review a patient because his blood glucose was 12.6. Now half the people walking around the Colonades on a Thursday afternoon would have a higher BGL than this, but sure, I'll take a look. The first thing I notice when I walk in the room is that the guy is on a dextrose drip. That'd explain it. The nurse wonders if we should stop the dextrose because he's "hyperglycaemic". Well, he's been admitted for an insulin overdose, so probably not.