take on the role of a clinician who is building a health history for the following cases
Chief Complaint: A 11-year-old female patient complains of red left eye and edematous eyelids. Her mother states the child complains of “sand in my left eye.”
Subjective: Patient noticed redness three days ago. Denies having any allergies. Symptoms have gotten worse since she noticed having the problem.
Vital Signs: (T) 98.2°F; (RR) 18; (HR) 78; BP 128/82; SpO2 96% room air; weight 110 lb.
General: well-developed, healthy, 11 years old
HEENT: EYES: very red sclera with dried, crusty exudates; unable to open eyes in the morning with the left being worse than the right