The Community Information Section
09 September 2009
Re: Mr Felix Seastine, D.O.B: 12 January 1956
This letter is being written to refer Mr Felix Seastine, who has warty face due to acne, requires advice regarding dietary guidance and appropriate management following the discharge today.
Mr Seastine is bachelor, lives alone in own home. Prefers to consume junk food majority of the times, however allergic reaction to nuts and oily foods were noted. Laboratory results revealed increased harmone level of testosterone, which had treated with medication. Also, excessive use of face-creams and face-washes maximum twenty to thirty times was observed due to suspected Obsessive-compulsive disorder.
On 02 September 2009, Mr Seastine underwent coronary artery bipass graft secondary to obstructive coronary artery disease. Post-operative period was managed with symptomatically, though, low fat diet has is recommended. Resistance to cease the smoking and consumption of alcohol is found. Discharged to home with an appointment for follow-up as well as with the arrangement of rehabilitation program.
In view of the aforementioned circumstances, effective guidelines and appropriate health recipes to enhance the skin condition of Mr Seastine would be extremely beneficial. Education about more practical advice for managing acne on face is highly meritorious.
If any additional information is required, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Ms Simmy Joseph
Coronary Care Unit
St Andrews Hospital