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3/24/2019Unguided Intermediate Patient Case | Completed | Shadow Health1/4Unguided Intermediate Patient Case Results | Turned InPatho/Pharmacology for Nursing - Spring 2019, NUR 226Return to AssignmentYour ResultsLab PassDuring the patient interview, there are a number of opportunities to provide patient education and empathy.The opportunities listed below are those identified by nursing experts to be of particular importance to thispatient. A Model Statementis provided as an example of an appropriate response to each opportunity.Opportunities marked as Not EncounteredNot Encounteredare opportunities that were not elicited in the interviewOpportunities marked as Not Followed UpNot Followed Upare missed opportunities that were present in the interview,but where no statements were madeOpportunities marked as Followed Upwere followed up by students, and include the dialogue betweenstudent and patient1 SymptomsFollowed UpFollowed UpDescription: Mr. Carter describes the symptoms that brought him to theER.how would you describe your back painQuestion12:33 PM EDTJust terrible. Sharp, almost like a shooting pain. Very intense.how often were you urinating (Clarified to: How often do you urinate?)Question12:34 PM EDTTypically, not that often. But lately I've been urinating what seems like toooften -- once an hour? (Clarified to: how often I urinate)blood in the urineQuestion12:35 PM EDTI think so -- That's one of the reasons I came to the ER. Seemed serious.OverviewTranscriptSubjective Data CollectionObjective Data CollectionEducation & EmpathyQSEN CompetenciesDocumentationSBARReﬂectionsEducation & Empathy : 2 of 7 (28.6%)
3/24/2019Unguided Intermediate Patient Case | Completed | Shadow Health2/4