- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Mr. Wang is a man of 58. He is obese, and a heavy smoker with the alcoholic problem. He has a history of asthma, sneezing a lot and often feels itchy in the nose. At 43, he had an operation due to the rheumatic heart disease, and has been taking warfarin since then. Besides, he has been affected by diabetes more than 10 years. The blood sugar is controled by injecting insulin on an every basis. This morning, he suddenly felt suffocated in the chest, experiencing difficulty in breathing and palpitations. These symptoms were not improved, so his family sent him to the E.R. (Emergency Room) of Chungshan Hospital( for medical treatment).Source(s): my brain and dictionary
- 1 decade ago
Mr. Wang, a stout 58 years old male with the habit of smoking and drinking for years, has an old ailment of gasp(or asthma) since childhood who sneezes and tickles his nose quite often, takes warfarin, an anticoagulant, every day after the operation of rheumatic heart disease at the age of 43, and makes injection of insulin to control his blood sugar owing to his suffering the diabetes for more than ten years. He's been sent to the emergency room of Jhong-shan Hospital by his family after the symptoms of chagrin, dyspnea and palpitation were not released this morning.