Example Question Do you have heartburn or GERD Family History Finding Asked

Example question do you have heartburn or gerd family

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Example Question: Do you have heartburn or GERD? Family History Finding: Asked about relevant family history Finding: Reports family history of heart attack (Available) Pro Tip: Family health history is an important genetic indicator of a patient's predisposition to certain medical conditions. Asking Brian if anyone in his family has suffered a heart attack helps you develop a more complete picture of his cardiovascular health. Example Question: Has anyone in your family had a heart attack? Finding: Denies family history of stroke (Available) Pro Tip: Family health history is an important genetic indicator of a patient's predisposition to certain medical conditions. Asking Brian if anyone in his family has suffered a stroke helps you develop a more complete picture of his cardiovascular health.
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Example Question: Do you have a family history of stroke? Finding: Denies family history of pulmonary embolism (Available) Pro Tip: Family health history is an important genetic indicator of a patient's predisposition to certain medical conditions. Asking Brian if anyone in his family has had a pulmonary embolism helps you develop a more complete picture of his cardiovascular health. Example Question: Do you have a family history of pulmonary embolism? Objective Data Collection: 30.17 of 33 (91.42%) Correct Partially correct Incorrect Missed Inspected face 1 of 1 point Appearance (1/1 point) No visible abnormal findings Rash or lesion Cyanosis Pallor Redness or flushing Evidence of trauma (scar, laceration, or bruising) Inspected for jugular venous distension 1 of 1 point
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Height Of Venous Pressure (1/1 point) 4 cm or less above the sternal angle More than 4 cm above the sternal angle Inspected chest 1 of 1 point Symmetry (1/2 point) Symmetric Asymmetric Appearance (1/2 point) No visible abnormal findings Rash or lesion AP diameter abnormal Intercostal retraction while breathing Excessive use of accessory muscles while breathing Pectus excavatum Skin growths (freckles or moles) Evidence of skin trauma (scar, laceration, or bruising) Inspected abdomen 1 of 1 point Symmetry (1/3 point) Symmetric Asymmetric Contour (1/3 point) Flat Rounded
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Protuberant Hollowed Appearance (1/3 point) No visible abnormal findings Rash Striae Bulging around umbilicus Distension Visible masses (warts, cysts, or tumors) Freckles, birthmark, or discoloration Excessive hair growth Visible scars Laceration, lesion or wound Bruising Inspected hands and fingernails 1 of 1 point Right: Appearance (1/4 point) No visible abnormal findings Redness Moles or skin tags Masses (warts, cysts, or tumors) Freckles, birthmark, or other discoloration Excessive dry or flaking skin Purpura Scarring Laceration, lesion, or wound Bruising
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Rash Right: Nail Changes (1/4 point) No visible abnormal findings Pallor Cyanosis Splinter hemorrhages Clubbing Left: Appearance (1/4 point) No visible abnormal findings Redness Moles or skin tags Masses (warts, cysts, or tumors) Freckles, birthmark, or other discoloration Excessive dry or flaking skin Purpura Scarring Laceration, lesion, or wound Bruising Rash
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