GI Bleed in the ED
by Matthew Currin

You are working in the ED on what has been a unusually slow day. At 1650 a 82 year old man presents himself into the ED with an 18 hour history of rectal bleeding. An IV is started on the patient, draws blood and confirms that the vital signs are stable. The physician evaluates the patient, agrees that he is stable and orders labs at 1722.

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