Table 1: Medical diagnoses leading to symptoms leading to procedures.

Medical diagnoses prior to transfer Symptoms prior to transferProcedures prior to transfer

HypertensionFatigue, lethargy, tiredness, weaknessVital signs
Coronary artery diseaseShortness of breathMedication administration
Congestive heart failureChange in level of consciousnessOxygen by nasal cannula
Diabetes mellitusComplaint of muscle or bone painX-rays
HypothyroidElevated blood pressureElectrocardiogram
DementiaDecreased oxygenationOxygen saturation
Gastroesophageal reflux diseaseEdema, swollen body part, hematomaDoppler studies
Chronic obstructive pulmonary diseaseChest pain, pressure, or tightness
Atrial fibrillationElevated heart rate
Recovery from open reduction internal fixation of the hipNausea or vomiting
Decreased blood pressure
Elevated temperature

New medical diagnoses after transfer

Pneumonia
Urinary tract infection
Dehydration
Congestive heart failure
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
End-stage renal disease
Atrial fibrillation
Any fracture
Open reduction internal fixation of the hip
Cut, contusion, hematoma