Example question finding

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Example Question: What prescription medications do you take?   Finding: Asked about use of OTC medication   Finding: Occasionally takes Advil (ibuprofen) for cramps (Available) Pro Tip: Finding out about your patient's use of over-the-counter medications,  vitamins, and supplements will help you get a complete health history and avoid  unwanted drug interactions.
Example Question: Do you take any over the counter medications?   Finding: Occasionally takes Tylenol (acetaminophen) for headaches (Available) Pro Tip: Finding out about your patient's use of over-the-counter medications,  vitamins, and supplements will help you get a complete health history and avoid  unwanted drug interactions. Example Question: Do you take any over the counter medications?   Finding: Does not take vitamin supplements (Found) Pro Tip: Finding out about your patient's use of over-the-counter medications,  vitamins, and supplements will help you get a complete health history and avoid  unwanted drug interactions. Example Question: Do you take any vitamins?   Finding: Does not take herbal supplements (Found)
Pro Tip: Finding out about your patient's use of over-the-counter medications,  vitamins, and supplements will help you get a complete health history and avoid  unwanted drug interactions. Example Question: Do you take any herbal supplements? PsychoSocial History: Education   Finding: Asked about patient's level of education   Finding: Currently working toward undergraduate degree (Found) Pro Tip: Finding out a patient's level of education can give you a baseline for her  health literacy. Example Question: What is your highest level of education?   Finding: Asked what subject the patient is studying in college   Finding: Majoring in accounting (Found)
Pro Tip: Asking about a patient's course of study is a good practice to establish  rapport with your patient. Example Question: What do you study? Psychosocial History: Daily Life   Finding: Discussed the patient's stress level   Finding: Reports stress related to injury, missing work and school, and cost of care (Found) Pro Tip: Stress can cause both physical and mental health problems and  complications. Determining your patient's stress level is part of an overall picture of  her health. Example Question: Can you tell me about your stress level?   Finding: Asked about patient's living situation   Finding: Lives at home with mother and sister (Found)
Pro Tip: Learning about your patient's living situation helps develop rapport and gives  you a broad picture of her lifestyle.

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