NR509_Generalized_Abdomen_Pain.pdf - Chamberlain College of Nursing NR509 Advanced Physical Assessment Student Name*This form should be used by students

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Chamberlain College of Nursing NR509 Advanced Physical Assessment Student Name: ______________________________________________ *This form should be used by students to practice as they rotate through the corresponding immersion stations. While the subjective assessment portion of this case is not included in the final immersion evaluation, students should be able to collect and assimilate pertinent patient history data as they prepare to start their practicum courses. Most of the physical examination techniques will be included in the final head to toe immersion evaluation. Those parts that are not included are highlighted in bold letters. The exact immersion exam steps, that will need to be completed for immersion evaluation purposes, are contained in the NR509 Immersion Physical Examination Study Guide. Generalized Abdominal Pain Patient Information Olivia, a 25 year-old female, comes to the clinic presenting with a chief concern of abdominal pain. The abdominal pain is generalized in location, and described as a dull pain, non-radiating. She notes some acid
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