HCA 230 week 4 DQ 1 - Specific versus defuse Specific is...

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HCA 230 week 4 DQ 1 Patient. As a patient, I am not very co-operative in general. How I act and or behave when seeing a doctor or caregiver. I am argumentative. Irritable Annoyed Moody Unresponsive Speak very little Little participation in the visit. As the patient, because of my actions doctors are moody and brisk in return. Communication between the doctor and myself is minimal at best Feeling-My view is that I am uncomfortable and want a quick fix, where as the doctor wants to poke, prod and to figure out why I am having the problem.
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Unformatted text preview: Specific versus defuse- Specific is how the doctor obtains information on the patient, listening to where the patient hurts, how long it has been gong on. As well as the tests used to find the cause of patients illness. Then there is how the patient tells the doctor of caregiver what's going on, this is usually in an emotional manner, as well as the doctor having to listen to al the ways patients think why they are ill and know what is medical what is the patients emotional state...
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