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NUR 201 Mobility Subjective Data Focused Exam: Mobility Results | Turned In Collection: 54 of 54 (100.0%)

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Focused Exam: Mobility Results | Turned In Medical Surgical Nursing: Promoting Wellness in the Older Adult (Los Angeles) - April 2019, NURS 201 Return to Assignment Shadow Health will be performing... planned maintenance this Friday, from 7:00am until 7:30am Eastern. During this time assignment attempts will be disabled. Thank you for helping us to improve your Shadow Health experience! Your Results Lab Pass Overview Transcript Subjective Data Collection Objective Data Collection Education & Empathy QSEN Competencies Documentation SBAR Reflections Indicates an item that you found. Indicates an item that is available to be found. Category Scored Items Experts selected these topics as essential components of a strong, thorough interview with this patient. Patient Data Not Scored A combination of open and closed questions will yield better patient data. The following details are facts of the patient's case. Chief Complaint Established chief complaint Reports leg pain Reports leg swelling Orientation Established orientation Oriented to person Oriented to place Oriented to time Oriented to situation History of Present Illness Asked about onset and duration of symptoms Reports fall was 9 am this morning Subjective Data Collection: 54 of 54 (100.0%) Hover To Reveal... Hover over the Patient Data items below to reveal important information, including Pro Tips and Example Questions. This study source was downloaded by 100000831988016 from CourseHero.com on 04-16-2022 15:39:51 GMT -05:00 https://www.coursehero.com/file/41419964/Mobility-Subjective-Datapdf/ Reports lower leg pain started 2 days ago. Also reports mild constant pain in his knees and hips due to arthritis. Reports leg swelling started 2 days ago Reports pain has been constant since onset Reports pain steadily gets worse Asked about location of pain Reports pain in left lower calf Asked about characteristics of pain Describes pain as "nagging" Describes pain as sharp Denies stinging or burning pain Reports sensation of warmth Asked about aggravating factors of pain Reports pain is worse with walking Asked about treatment and relieving factors of pain Reports taking Advil Reports Advil did not relieve leg pain Denies home treatments such as heating or icing for pain today Asked about severity of pain Current pain level is 2/10 Pain level arriving at ER was 10/10 Past Medical History Asked about existing health conditions Reports hypertension Reports osteoarthritis Reports prostate enlargement Followed up about hypertension diagnosis Hypertension diagnosed at age 57 Reports belief that hypertension is "okay" (well-controlled) Reports that typical number in the doctor's office is "never above 140 for the first number" Reports that he doesn't check BP at home Reports that he only checks BP at doctor's office every few months Denies checking BP before taking medication Followed up about osteoarthritis diagnosis Arthritis diagnosed at age 57 Reports hip pain Reports knee pain Reports morning stiffness Reports using heat to relieve pain Reports doing exercises to help symptoms This study source was downloaded by 100000831988016 from CourseHero.com on 04-16-2022 15:39:51 GMT -05:00 https://www.coursehero.com/file/41419964/Mobility-Subjective-Datapdf/ Followed up about prostate enlargement diagnosis Diagnosed at age 69 Asked about allergies Denies general allergies Denies environmental allergies Denies latex allergy Asked specifically about medication allergies Denies medication allergies Home Medications Asked about home medications Reports medication for hypertension Reports medication for prostate enlargement Reports occasionally taking a sleep aid Denies taking vitamins Denies taking herbal supplements Asked about medication regimen adherence Reports using a pillbox to organize medications Denies missing doses of medication Denies missing doses of medication because of side effects Denies difficulty obtaining medications because of finances Denies difficulty obtaining medications because of transportation Followed up on last dose of home medications Reports taking hypertension medication this morning Reports last dose of medication for prostate enlargement yesterday Reports last dose of sleep aid was earlier this week Followed up on medication for hypertension Reports taking metoprolol Reports metoprolol dosage: 25 mg Reports metoprolol frequency: 1x daily Denies metoprolol side effects Followed up on medication for prostate enlargement Reports taking Proscar (finasteride) Reports Proscar dosage: 5 mg Reports Proscar frequency: 1x daily Denies Proscar side effects Followed up on sleep aid Reports taking Benadryl to make him drowsy This study source was downloaded by 100000831988016 from CourseHero.com on 04-16-2022 15:39:51 GMT -05:00 https://www.coursehero.com/file/41419964/Mobility-Subjective-Datapdf/ Reports Benadryl dosage: Isn't sure Reports Benadryl frequency: once or twice a week Denies Benadryl side effects Family History Asked about relevant family history Reports father died of colon cancer Reports mother died of heart failure Social History Asked about substance use Reports occasional alcohol use Denies illicit drug use Reports past cigarette smoking Followed up on alcohol use Reports occasional beer or cocktails Reports drinking only at gatherings Reports drinking less than 1 drink per week Reports that drinking often gives heartburn so he tends to avoid alcohol Followed up on cigarette smoking Reports started smoking age 20 Reports quitting smoking age 60 (20 years ago) Reports smoking 1 pack a day when actively smoking Asked about exercise Reports occasional exercise Reports enjoying walking, but only short distances, as he does not have the energy any more to walk long distances. Reports that dizziness has interfered with walking Review of Systems Asked about general symptoms Denies feeling feverish Denies chills Denies night sweats Asked about review of systems for HEENT Reports hearing loss Reports wearing a hearing aid Reports vision problems Reports wearing glasses for reading and watching TV This study source was downloaded by 100000831988016 from CourseHero.com on 04-16-2022 15:39:51 GMT -05:00 https://www.coursehero.com/file/41419964/Mobility-Subjective-Datapdf/ Asked about review of systems for respiratory [Show More]

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