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Focused Exam: Abdominal Pain (Choose one of the focused exams) Results | Turned In NUR 3066C: Advanced Health Assessment - August 2020, fall_20201_nur3066c_801 Return to Assignment (/assignments/391213/) (/site_notice_dismissals?from_flash=true&site_notice_id=458) Dashboards will be inaccessible on Monday, 11/23, for maintenance. Access will return on 11/24. Documentation / Electronic Health Record Document: Nursing Notes Student Documentation Model Documentation Your Results Lab Pass (/assignment_attempts/8546624/lab_pass.pdf) Overview Transcript Subjective Data Collection Objective Data Collection Education & Empathy Documentation Care Plan Self-Reflection Document: Vitals Document: Nursing Notes Support
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Student Documentation Model Documentation Subjective Ms. Park is a 78 year-old Korean woman. She states that she is having "pain in my belly" and is "having some difficulty with going to the bathroom". She states that the pain started as a general discomfort about five days ago, when she began having difficulties going to the bathroom. She says that the pain is constant, but the pain level fluctuates and has been getting worse over the last two to three days. She reports that the pain is "mostly in the lower part of my lower belly". She reports that the pain started at a pain level of 2/10 and now fluctuates up to an 8/10. Currently her pain level is 2/10. She denies having flank pain. She describes the pain as a "dull, cramping feeling". M. Park has tried to relieve the pain by taking small sips of warm water and resting. She states that the warm water did not help the pain. She reports that moving around makes the pain worse. She reports that eating also makes the pain worse. She reports that she can do all of her daily activites, the pain just makes her take longer. She also reports being tired. She denies taking any medications for the pain. She denies taking laxatives. She states that the only prescription medication she takes is Accupril for her blood pressure. She takes 10 milligrams once a day around 8 AM. She states that she has taken this medication since she was 54 years old. She denies taking any non-prescription medications, supplements, or herbs. She denies using illicit drugs, tobacco, or consuming caffeine. She reports
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