Canadian Provinces Presenting to the Emergency Room

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British Columbia: 43-year-old female worried she accidentally overdosed on Gingko baba when she took two times the amount on her way to yoga. Feeling tingly inside.

Alberta: 30-year-old male requesting medication refill for Ativan. Here for work from Newfoundland and without family doctor. Looks well.

Saskatchewan: Who? Not in waiting room when called at 11:05.

Manitoba: 56-year-old male with frostbite to fingers, toes, nose and penis.

Ontario: Purposely hit in the face with a hockey stick during a Toronto Leafs games.

Quebec: Accidentally hit in the face with a protest sign while protesting. Unsure which protest. Appears confused.

Prince Edward Island: 67-year-old farmer trampled by cow on farm. Right leg externally rotated and shortened. Turned down pain meds. States morosely, “The worst thing is I don’t know which cow it is, because they’re all black and white.”

New Brunswick: 60-year-old male presents with shortness of breath. Past medical history of HTN, DLP, OSA, COPD, CHF, MI x 2, BPH…

Nova Scotia: 43-year-old male with fish hook to eyebrow. Tetanus given in triage.

Newfoundland: 54-year-old female with weakness. Also complained of left breast pain, now resolved. States her gums hurt. Poor appetite for ?months? Feels like her pee smells funny. Vague and rambling in triage.

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