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Is she lightheaded?
Is she lightheaded? Fainting?
The most important things here is that her blood pressure is low, and her pulse is high.
This could represent dehydration, which can cause low blood pressure and cause her to be lightheaded.
Increase the amount of fluids she is taking in, to try and help with this.
Some salty foods will also help her to retain some fluids, to help.
But certainly if she is feeling ill in any way, having her be seen by her doctor would be best.
Issues like infection can also cause this to happen, and bloodwork and urine sample would be helpful to test here.
The warfarin has nothing to do with any of this.
The urine would have to be a "clean" catch, wiping first before getting the sample, as they are looking for evidence of infection (white blood cells in urine, bacteria in urine).
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94% is the oxygen level. This is slightly low normal.
Respiratory rate is 22 -- which is faster than normal.