Inflammation or irritation Discharge Bleeding Tenderness Masses or growths Performed digital rectal exam 1 of 1 point 1 of 1 point Observations (1/1 point) No abnormal findings Hemorrhoids Fissures Ulceration Weak sphincter tone Fecal mass in rectal vault Checked urinalysis 1 of 1 point Clarity (1/4 point) Clear Cloudy Color (1/4 point) Pale yellow Dark yellow Pinkish hue Red or brown Acidity (1/4 point) Acidic (6.5 - 6.9) Neutral (7.0) Alkaline (7.1 - 8.0) Presence Of Additional Substances (1/4 point) No additional substances detected Blood Protein Sugar Ketones Bilirubin Nitrites Leukocyte esterase Comments Olivia Mgbeokwere (01 Dec 2018, 09:45 AM CST): Dear Student, Congratulations! You did a good job with this case study. Of course, there is always room for improvement. Please take time to review your results and the feedback provided by Shadow Health. Compare your performance with the model note. It is important to understand where you may have missed opportunities to be more effective or enhance your skills. Be sure to use" OLDCART"
12/10/2018 Abdominal Pain Physical Assessment Assignment | Completed | Shadow Health 7/7 How confident are you in your diagnosis? How did you determine the severity of Esther's complaints? What findings from the history and physical exam helped you to make your diagnosis? Have you ruled out bowel obstruction completely? What about ordering an abdominal series x-ray or CT scan? Be prepared to discuss your responses to these questions during the Debriefing Session for Week 5. Let me know if you have any questions or concerns. Dr. O © Shadow Health 2018 ®
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- Physical examination, Human abdomen