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Subjective Data Collection: 23 of 24 (95.8%) Hover To Reveal... Hover over the  Patient Data  items below to reveal important information, including  Pro  Tips  and  Example Questions . Found:  Indicates an item that you found. Available:  Indicates an item that is available to be found. Category Scored Items Experts selected these topics as essential components of a strong, thorough interview with this  patient. Patient Data Not Scored A combination of open and closed questions will yield better patient data. The following details are  facts of the patient's case. Relevant Medical History   Finding: Asked about foot wound   Finding:
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Reports wound was swelling, but has improved (Available) Pro Tip: Specific questions about Tina's wound can help you to assess the care that  she will need. Asking Tina if her wound has any swelling specifies the symptoms she  is experiencing. Example Question: Does your wound have any swelling?   Finding: Reports wound was warm, but has improved (Available) Pro Tip: Specific questions about Tina's wound can help you to assess the care that  she will need. Asking Tina if her wound is warm to the touch specifies the symptoms  she is experiencing. Example Question: Does your wound feel warm to the touch?   Finding: Reports wound had discharge, but has improved (Available) Pro Tip: Specific questions about Tina's wound can help you to assess the care that  she will need. Asking Tina if there is any discharge coming from her wound specifies  the symptoms she is experiencing. Example Question: Is discharge coming from your wound?  
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Finding: Reports wound is still a little red (Available) Pro Tip: Specific questions about Tina's wound can help you to assess the care that  she will need. Asking Tina if her wound has any redness specifies the symptoms she  is experiencing. Example Question: Does your wound have any redness?   Finding: Asked history of slow healing wounds   Finding: Reports no known history of slow healing wounds (Found) Pro Tip: Specific questions about Tina's wounds can help you to assess the care that  she will need. Asking Tina if she has a history of slow healing wounds specifies the  symptoms she is experiencing. Example Question: Do you have a history of slow healing wounds?   Finding: Asked current wound healing time   Finding:
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Reports wound was getting worse over the course of a week, but has improved with  treatment in the hospital (Available) Pro Tip: Specific questions about Tina's wound can help you to assess the care that  she will need. Asking Tina how her foot wound has been healing specifies the  symptoms she is experiencing.
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