the patient was drunk. Ths does not qualify for critical care. The patient was alert and intoxicated which made it difficult to obtain accurate history. I say not to critical care. Again there is not way to tell from this note if the time spent in the trauma bay was continuous face to face with this provideror if the patient wasbjust being monitored while he was therewhich does not to me indicated a continuous at the bedside face to face. Just because the trauma team is called in does not mean automatic the patient wil require nor get critical care.
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