Carol, here is my corrected reply.
PHYSICAL EXAMINATION ON ADMISSION: VITAL SIGNS; Blood pressure: 122/78. Pulse: 82. Respirations: 22. Temperature: 97.8 degree Fahrenheit. HEENT: There is no evidence of head trauma. Lymph nodes are not palpable. Eyes: The eyes had discharge bilaterally.
NECK: The neck was supple. There was a 2 x 2 cm sacral decubitus ulcer present. LUNGS: Lungs were clear with shallow breath sounds. The heart had a regular rhythm with normal S1-S2 without murmurs, gallops or friction rubs. ABDOMEN: The abdomen was soft and nontender.
RECTAL: The patient had an enlarged hard prostate, and the stool was guaiac positive. EXTREMITIES: The patient had really dry skin on extremities. There was no edema. Pulses were decreased to normal. NEUROLOGIC: DTRs were decreased to 1 + but equal bilaterally.
Did not highlight, thought it would be too confusing. Read carefully, and you will see the changes. I thought I understood the info on page 42-21 too, thus I got quite a few errors on this report. This is how mine was corrected.