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reaction (Brocklehurst et al. 2013). Always use your seat belt while driving. Home environmentis free and safe from emotional abuse and physical hazards.Differential diagnosis rationaleA clinical diagnosis for candidiasis is made by the presence of vulva redness, swelling, pain andpruritus and external dysuria. The major signs are thick curdy vaginal discharge, excoriations,fissures and vulvar edema (Martin Lopez, 2015). A virus or bacterium infecting the kidneys isthe cause of Urinary Tract Infection. Both or one of the upper urinary tract is affected, which
BACTERIAL VAGINOSIS SOAP NOTE5may consist of the kidney interstitium, renal pelvis and ureter. The major symptoms are groin orflank pain, chill and fever with most incidences seen in young adults (Flores-Mireles et al. 2015).However, older adults may have nonspecific symptoms, such as low-grade fever and malaise.Prescribed Management ComparisonTreatment recommendation is only for patients with symptoms, according to clinical guidelines.In non-pregnant patients, the established therapeutic benefits are to relieve vaginal signs andsymptoms of infection (Martin Lopez, 2015). The student practitioner has learned a lot ofinformation that pertains to BV.ReferencesBrocklehurst, P., Gordon, A., Heatley, E., & Milan, S. J. (2013). Antibiotics for treating bacterialvaginosis in pregnancy.The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews,(1), CD000262.Center for Disease Control and Prevention (2015).Bacterial Vaginosis – CDC Fact Sheet.Retrieved from http://
BACTERIAL VAGINOSIS SOAP NOTE6Flores-Mireles, A. L., Walker, J. N., Caparon, M., & Hultgren, S. J. (2015). Urinary tractinfections: Epidemiology, mechanisms of infection and treatment options.NatureReviews. Microbiology, 13(5), 269. doi:10.1038/nrmicro3432Martin Lopez, J. E. (2015). Candidiasis (vulvovaginal).BMJ Clinical Evidence, 2015
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