Reports symptoms worse at night Reports symptoms increase when lying flat on

Reports symptoms worse at night reports symptoms

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Reports symptoms worse at nightReports symptoms increase when lyingflat on backReports symptoms aggravated bymovementMedical HistoryConfirmed use of medicationsConfirms medications (no newmedications reported)Followed up about inhaler useUses an inhaler to treat asthmasymptomsInhaler is ProventilReports most recent inhaler use was thismorningReports using inhaler every 4 hours or sosince exacerbationPrescribed usage is 2 puffsReports needing more than 2 puffs toresolve asthma symptomsConfirmed allergiesConfirms allergies (no new allergiesreported)Followed up on exposure to allergy andasthma triggersReports cat allergy triggered recentepisodesReports dust as a known triggerReports activity such as walking up stairsas a known triggerDenies seasonal patternDenies changes in weather as a triggerReports minimal exposure to asthmatriggers at workAsked detailed questions about asthmahistoryNo current asthma doctorDiagnosed with asthma in childhoodAge of diagnosis was 2 1/2 years old
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Asked about hospitalizations for asthmaReports prior hospitalizations for asthmaReports last hospitalization was age 16Estimates 5 total hospitalizations forasthmaReports she has never been intubatedFollowed up about non-medicationforms of asthma managementDenies record keeping of asthmaexacerbation or shortness of breathepisodesDenies using peak flow meterDenies nebulizer useSocial HistoryAsked about exercise and activity levelReports general low activity level
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