2 edition of Manual for examination of patients. found in the catalog.
Manual for examination of patients.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. School of Medicine.
|Statement||[Prepared by the] School of Medicine and North Carolina Memorial Hospital, the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C.|
|Contributions||North Carolina. University North Carolina Memorial Hospital.|
|LC Classifications||RC71 .U54 1960|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||231|
|LC Control Number||60008497|
INTERPRETIVE GUIDELINES - RESPONSIBILITIES OF MEDICARE PARTICIPATING HOSPITALS IN EMERGENCY CASES TAG NUMBER REGULATION GUIDANCE TO SURVEYORS A § Basic Section commitments relevant to Section responsibilities. The provider agrees--(l) In the case of a hospital as defined in §(b), to comply with §File Size: 94KB. The examiner should explain the examination, which includes a breast examination and abdominal and pelvic examinations, to the patient. For the pelvic examination, the patient lies supine on an examination table with her legs in stirrups and is usually draped.
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A framework for completing a comprehensive exam includes medical screening, patient interview, disability assessment, and tests and measures, along with an evaluation of the examination findings and the principles involved in arriving at a diagnosis and plan of care. Physical examination • Thorax –Normal shape and movements, breathing –Breasts • description in women >40 years • Tenderness, masses, skin changes • symmetry of areolae, discharge –Axilla • Lymph nodes –Heart • Normal heart sounds, clean tones, no murmurs, respiratory arrhythmia –LungsFile Size: KB.
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In each folder the following items can be found: 1. Topic Summary – page handout summary of the topic. This is written with a busy, fatigued resident in mind. State the purpose of a general physical examination.
Describe the role of the medical assistant in a general physical examination. Explain safety precautions used during a general physical examination. Outline the steps necessary to prepare the patient for an examination.
This manual describes how to plan, construct and deliver an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE). An OSCE is an examining process made up of a series of stations of equal length set in a circuit. A postgraduate OSCE usually has stations each of eight to fifteen minutes. The OSCE is considered to measure clinical.
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