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What are signs of a pulmonary embolism?
Bell’s Palsy is a temporary paralysis of which nerve?
The following are potential complications of fractures
A patient with red, hot, tender to the touch skin may have
One potential sign a patient is having a stroke is:
If someone has a skin infection a good idea is to
Compartment syndrome can be a complication of:
The following could be confused with a big toe fracture:
If a patient presents to your office with chest pain, sweating, and shortness of breath, you should:
Usually when comparing Bell’s Palsy to stroke presentation, the patient having a stroke will still be able to do what?