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When does the case history occur in the exam?
You should start with the case history but it continues throughout the exam. (It never ends.)
What are the 5 parts of the case history format that we learned in class?
CC, HPI, PMH and POH, FMH and FOH, P/S, ROS
What are the 7 aspects of the HPI that are investigated.
location, quality, severity, context, duration, modifying factors, associated signs and symptoms
In the P/S section what is important to ask about.
DiSH
What do you Do?
When and where do you See?
What Hazards might you come into contact with.
What are the 14 things that you ask about in the ROS section?
Eyes, ENT, skin, H/N, M/S, pulm, CV, GI, U/G, endo, heme, Neuro, Phych, anx/dep
to what 3 things does the clinician decide if the patient is oriented at the end of the case history?
-time
-place
-person
To bill for a comprehensive eye exam you must have
1CC
4HPI
10ROS
MAO
2Patient family/social history
What does SOAP stand for?
S=subjective
O=objective
A=assesment
P=plan