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5/22/2018Focused Exam: Chest Pain | Completed | Shadow Health1/9Focused Exam: Chest Pain Results | Turned InAdvanced Health Assessment - Chamberlain, NR509-April-2018Return to AssignmentYour ResultsLab PassLab PassCorrectPartially correctIncorrectMissedInspected face1 of 1 point1 of 1 pointAppearance (1/1 point)No visible abnormal findingsRash or lesionCyanosisPallorRedness or flushingEvidence of trauma (scar, laceration, or bruising)Inspected for jugular venous distension1 of 1 point1 of 1 pointHeight Of Venous Pressure (1/1 point)4 cm or less above the sternal angleMore than 4 cm above the sternal angleInspected chest1 of 1 point1 of 1 pointSymmetry (1/2 point)SymmetricAsymmetricAppearance (1/2 point)No visible abnormal findingsRash or lesionAP diameter abnormalIntercostal retraction while breathingExcessive use of accessory muscles whilebreathingObjective Data Collection: 32 of 33 (96.97%)OverviewTranscriptSubjective Data CollectionObjective Data CollectionEducation & EmpathyDocumentationSelf-ReflectionThis study resource wasshared via CourseHero.com
5/22/2018Focused Exam: Chest Pain | Completed | Shadow Health2/9Pectus excavatumSkin growths (freckles or moles)Evidence of skin trauma (scar, laceration, orbruising)Inspected abdomen0.67 of 1 point0.67 of 1 pointSymmetry (1/3 point)SymmetricAsymmetricContour (No point)FlatRoundedProtuberantHollowedAppearance (1/3 point)No visible abnormal findingsRashStriaeBulging around umbilicusDistensionVisible masses (warts, cysts, or tumors)Freckles, birthmark, or discolorationExcessive hair growthVisible scarsLaceration, lesion or woundBruisingInspected hands and fingernails1 of 1 point1 of 1 pointRight: Appearance (1/4 point)No visible abnormal findingsRednessMoles or skin tagsMasses (warts, cysts, or tumors)Freckles, birthmark, or other discolorationExcessive dry or flaking skinPurpuraScarringLaceration, lesion, or woundBruisingRashRight: Nail Changes (1/4 point)No visible abnormal findingsPallorCyanosisSplinter hemorrhagesClubbingLeft: Appearance (1/4 point)No visible abnormal findingsRednessMoles or skin tagsMasses (warts, cysts, or tumors)Freckles, birthmark, or other discolorationExcessive dry or flaking skinPurpuraScarringLeft: Nail Changes (1/4 point)No visible abnormal findingsPallorCyanosisSplinter hemorrhagesClubbingThis study resource wasshared via CourseHero.com
5/22/2018Focused Exam: Chest Pain | Completed | Shadow Health3/9Laceration, lesion, or woundBruisingRashInspected lower extremities and toenails1 of 1 point1 of 1 pointRight: Appearance (1/4 point)No visible abnormal findingsVisible distortion or swellingBrownish pigmentationSkin thickeningUlcerationVaricose veins

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sh, ed d, Human abdomen, bounding pulse

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