History And Interviewing Process,Cultural Competency ,Examination Techniques And Equipment
Physical Assessment class. Discussion. Here is the Book: Seidel’s Guide to Physical Examination 8th . APA style. Please complete it in a few hours.
What are the goals of a patient interview?
What are the 4 Cs of communication?
List the areas to include in the structure for taking a history.
Flexibility, respect, and confidentiality are key when discussing issues or concerns with which age group?
Discuss what the mnemonic devices HEEADSSSS and PACES mean regarding adolescents.
What information is included when assessing the chief complaint of pregnant women?
Mr. Ford is a 62-year-old patient who presents for a visit to the clinic. He presents with vague complaints, somewhat disorganized, and has hearing loss. He is overweight and has several health problems. He has a history of smoking 1 pack per day for 35 years and previous alcohol use. When you are talking with Mr. Ford, he begins to get tearful.
1-. What functional assessment activities would your consider at this step?
2-What functional assessment activities would your consider at this step?
3. What patient screenings would be appropriate for Mr. Ford at this time?
What is the definition of culture?
List your own cultural identities.Describe techniques and resources for assessing patients culturally dissimilar from yourselves.
What is the definition of cultural competence?
What is the relationship between communication and culture?
Describe when hand hygiene is necessary.
Which examination technique can continue throughout the history-taking process and during the physical examination?
Mr. Maddox is a 52-year-old patient who presents for follow up in the clinic. He has type 2 diabetes and is unable to walk and arrives in a wheelchair. He has an infected ulcer of his left ankle and is being treated for community-acquired pneumonia.
1-Describe the recommendations to prevent latex allergy in the health care provider.
2- Identify recommended infection control procedures when caring for this patient.
3- To determine if there is no blood flow to the patient’s foot caused by the ankle ulcer, what equipment can be used?