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iHuman Case Study - Common Pediatric Illnesses iHuman Case Study: Samantha Graves V3 PC 1. Which essential questions will you ask a pediatric patient or his or her caregiver when the presenting... complaint is bloody diarrhea? Will these questions vary depending upon the child’s age? Why or why not? A presumptive bleeding and accurate diagnosis can only be reached at by a complete pediatric complaint history. Nevertheless, age-related, and etiology-specific essential questions can be addressed to the caregiver. For instance, ask about the chronicity or acuteness of the bleeding, the quantity, and color of the blood in the stool, or vomit, history of straining, anticipated symptoms, trauma and abdominal pain (Shane et al., 2017). For more insight about the bloody stool, questions relating to the history of the foods consumed by the child, drugs used and changes in stool color throughout the day are also important. - - - - - Continued [Show More]

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