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PSYCH C487 Shadow Health -Eric Ford- Schizophrenia

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Eric Ford- Schizophrenia Chief Complaint Finding: Established chief complaint Finding: Reports hallucinations (Found) Pro Tip: A patient's chief complaint establishes any illnesses or concerns ... they are presenting. Asking about the chief complaint will allow the patient to voice any concerns or symptoms the patient may have. Example Question: Do you ever hear things that others do not hear? Finding: Has paranoid thoughts (Found) Pro Tip: A patient's chief complaint establishes any illnesses or concerns they are presenting. Asking about the chief complaint will allow the patient to voice any concerns or symptoms the patient may have. Example Question: Do you ever think people are trying to harm you? History of Present Illness Finding: Asked about onset and duration of symptoms Finding: Reports hearing voices for the past 7 days (Found) Pro Tip: Asking a patient about the length of their current health issues solicits information relevant to the history of their present illness. Details of their current complaint will help you follow-up on any present conditions or symptoms, such as the location of their pain or the amount of pain they may be experiencing. Example Question: When did your symptoms start? Finding: Reports voices have increased over the last week (Found) Pro Tip: Asking a patient about the length of their current health issues solicits information relevant to the history of their present illness. Details of their current complaint will help you follow-up on any present conditions or symptoms, such as the location of their pain or the amount of pain they may be experiencing. Example Question: Did the hallucinations start gradually? Finding: Reports that voices are currently constant (Available) Pro Tip: Asking a patient about the length of their current health issues solicits information relevant to the history of their present illness. Details of their current complaint will help you follow-up on any present conditions or symptoms, such as the location of their pain or the amount of pain they may be experiencing. Example Question: Are your hallucinations constant? Finding: Asked about characteristics of symptoms Finding: Describes voices as sometimes male, sometimes female (Found) Pro Tip: Asking a patient about the length of their current health issues solicits information relevant to the history of their present illness. Details of their current complaint will help you follow-up on any present conditions or symptoms, such as the location of their pain or the amount of pain they may be experiencing. Example Question: Can you describe your hallucinations? Finding: Denies visual hallucinations (Found) Pro Tip: Asking a patient about the length of their current health issues solicits information relevant to the history of their present illness. Details of their current complaint will help you follow-up on any present conditions or symptoms, such as the location of their pain or the amount of pain they may be experiencing. Example Question: Do you ever see things that are not there? Finding: Denies gustatory hallucinations (Available) Pro Tip: Asking a patient about the length of their current health issues solicits information relevant to the history of their present illness. Details of their current complaint will help you follow-up on any present conditions or symptoms, such as the location of their pain or the amount of pain they may be experiencing. Example Question: Do you taste things that are not there? Finding: Denies olfactory hallucinations (Found) Pro Tip: Asking a patient about the length of their current health issues solicits information relevant to the history of their present illness. Details of their current complaint will help you follow-up on any present conditions or symptoms, such as the location of their pain or the amount of pain they may be experiencing. Example Question: Do you smell things that are not there? Finding: Denies tactile hallucinations (Available) Pro Tip: Asking a patient about the length of their current health issues solicits information relevant to the history of their present illness. Details of their current complaint will help you follow-up on any present conditions or symptoms, such as the location of their pain or the amount of pain they may be experiencing. Example Question: Do you feel things that are not there? Finding: Followed up on content of hallucinations Finding: Reports command hallucinations (Found) Pro Tip: Asking a patient about the length of their current health issues solicits information relevant to the history of their present illness. Details of their current complaint will help you follow-up on any present conditions or symptoms, such as the location of their pain or the amount of pain they may be experiencing. Example Question: Do the voices tell you to do anything? Finding: Reports resisting doing what the voice say (Available) Pro Tip: Asking a patient about the length of their current health issues solicits information relevant to the history of their present illness. Details of their current complaint will help you follow-up on any present conditions or symptoms, such as the location of their pain or the amount of pain they may be experiencing. Example Question: Do you do what the voices say? Finding: Asked about aggravating factors of symptoms Finding: Reports that voices are more disturbing in quiet environments (when unable to be distracted) (Found) Pro Tip: Asking a patient about the length of their current health issues solicits information relevant to the history of their present illness. Details of their current complaint will help you follow-up on any present conditions or symptoms, such as the location of their pain or the amount of pain they may be experiencing. Example Question: What makes your symptoms worse? Finding: Asked about coping strategies Finding: Reports music as a coping strategy (Found) Pro Tip: Asking a patient about the length of their current health issues solicits information relevant to the history of their present illness. Details of their current complaint will help you follow-up on any present conditions or symptoms, such as the location of their pain or the amount of pain they may be experiencing. Example Question: How do you cope with your hallucinations? Past Medical History Finding: Asked about existing health conditions Finding: Denies general health conditions (Found) Pro Tip: Inquiring into the patient's relevant history can reveal past diagnoses and previous conditions or concerns. Information about the patient's existing health conditions, a timeline of diagnosis, symptoms, and allergies can indicate where you should follow-up for further care and treatment. Example Question: What health issues do you have? Finding: Asked about history of mental health Finding: Reports diagnosis of schizoph [Show More]

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