HEENT Shadow Health Assessment – Tina Jones Subjective Data

Subjective Data Collection: 29 of 29 (100.0%)
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Chief Complaint

Finding:
Established chief complaint

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Reports sore throat

(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:
Is your throat sore?

Finding:
Reports itchy throat

(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:
Is your throat itchy?

Finding:
Reports itchy eyes

(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:

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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 have a runny nose?
History of Present Illness

Finding:
Asked about onset of symptoms

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Reports sore throat began 1 week ago

(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 long has your throat been sore?

Finding:
Reports runny nose began 1 week ago

(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:

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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.
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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:

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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 does your sore throat feel the worst?

Finding:
Reports some soreness with swallowing

(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:
Does it hurt when you swallow?

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Asked severity of throat discomfort

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Reports sore throat discomfort as mild to moderate

(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 rate your sore throat on a scale of 0 to 10?

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Asked about frequency and duration of runny nose

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Reports runny nose is constant

(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.
(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:
Does your nose itch?

Finding:
Denies sinus pain

(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 any sinus pain?

Finding:
Denies sinus pressure

(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 any sinus pressure?

Finding:
Denies sneezing

(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:
Have you been sneezing?

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Followed up about character of nasal discharge

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Reports clear discharge

(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.
(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:
Is the mucus thick?

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Denies pus

(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:
Does your mucus have pus in it?
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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 your eyes constantly itch?

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Reports eye redness

(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:
Are your eyes red?

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Asked related respiratory symptoms

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Reports breathing isn’t affected

(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:
Have you had any changes in your breathing?

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Denies cough

(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 have a cough?

Finding:
Denies chest tightness

(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:
Does your chest feel tight?

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Asked about related asthma symptoms

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Denies recent wheezing

(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:
Have you been wheezing?

Finding:
Denies increase in recent asthma symptoms

(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:
Has your asthma been worse lately?

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Asked about perceived cause of symptoms

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Reports symptoms are similar to allergies

(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 know what’s causing your symptoms?

Finding:
Reports symptoms don’t seem like a common cold

(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 think you have a cold?

Finding:
Reports similarity to her sister’s hay fever symptoms

(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.
(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:
Have you treated your eyes with anything?

Finding:
Denies treatment for nasal symptoms

(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:
Have you done anything for your runny nose?

Finding:
Denies taking antihistamine

(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:
Have you taken any antihistamines?

Finding:
Denies taking decongestant

(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:
Have you taken any decongestants?

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Asked about relieving factors for throat symptoms

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Reports lozenges as treatment

(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:
Have you taken anything for your sore throat?

Finding:
Reports lozenges reduce symptoms

(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 the lozenges help?

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Reports ingesting lozenges every few hours

(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:
How often do you have a lozenge?

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Reports drinking water reduces symptoms

(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:
Does drinking water help?
Home Medications

Finding:
Confirmed home medications

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Reports no new medications

(Found)
Pro Tip: A patient’s home medications can provide insight into the patient’s current treatment and its efficacy. Inquiring into medication history, dosage, and frequency will help you understand the patient’s background and how it may affect their current situation.
Example Question:
Have you started taking any new medications?

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Followed up about inhaler use

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Reports using an inhaler to treat asthma symptoms

(Found)
Pro Tip: A patient’s home medications can provide insight into the patient’s current treatment and its efficacy. Inquiring into medication history, dosage, and frequency will help you understand the patient’s background and how it may affect their current situation.
(Found)
Pro Tip: A patient’s home medications can provide insight into the patient’s current treatment and its efficacy. Inquiring into medication history, dosage, and frequency will help you understand the patient’s background and how it may affect their current situation.
Example Question:
What is the name of the inhaler you are currently using?

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Reports last use of inhaler was 1 week ago

(Available)
Pro Tip: A patient’s home medications can provide insight into the patient’s current treatment and its efficacy. Inquiring into medication history, dosage, and frequency will help you understand the patient’s background and how it may affect their current situation.
Example Question:
When did you last use your inhaler?

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Reports typical inhaler use is 2 – 3 times a week

(Found)
Pro Tip: A patient’s home medications can provide insight into the patient’s current treatment and its efficacy. Inquiring into medication history, dosage, and frequency will help you understand the patient’s background and how it may affect their current situation.
Example Question:
How often do you use your inhaler?

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Reports using 2 – 3 puffs of inhaler when used

(Available)
Pro Tip: A patient’s home medications can provide insight into the patient’s current treatment and its efficacy. Inquiring into medication history, dosage, and frequency will help you understand the patient’s background and how it may affect their current situation.
Example Question:
How many puffs of your inhaler do you use?

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Reports prescribed dosage is 2 puffs

(Available)
Pro Tip: A patient’s home medications can provide insight into the patient’s current treatment and its efficacy. Inquiring into medication history, dosage, and frequency will help you understand the patient’s background and how it may affect their current situation.
Example Question:
How many puffs of your inhaler are you supposed to do?
Social Determinants of Health

Finding:
Asked about environmental exposure to allergens

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Denies exposure to cats

(Found)
Pro Tip: Asking a patient about Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) can unearth underlying social, political, or economic barriers to their health and wellbeing. Recognizing a patient’s SDOH can lead you to provide more informed and empathetic care for your patients, because you will have a greater understanding of the challenges they face.
Example Question:
Have you been recently exposed to any allergens?

Finding:
Denies exposure to mold or mildew

(Available)
Pro Tip: Asking a patient about Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) can unearth underlying social, political, or economic barriers to their health and wellbeing. Recognizing a patient’s SDOH can lead you to provide more informed and empathetic care for your patients, because you will have a greater understanding of the challenges they face.
Example Question:
Do you have mold in your house?

Finding:
Denies exposure to dust

(Found)
Pro Tip: Asking a patient about Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) can unearth underlying social, political, or economic barriers to their health and wellbeing. Recognizing a patient’s SDOH can lead you to provide more informed and empathetic care for your patients, because you will have a greater understanding of the challenges they face.
Example Question:
Do you have dust in your house?

Finding:
Denies exposure to irritants in work environment

(Found)
Pro Tip: Asking a patient about Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) can unearth underlying social, political, or economic barriers to their health and wellbeing. Recognizing a patient’s SDOH can lead you to provide more informed and empathetic care for your patients, because you will have a greater understanding of the challenges they face.
Example Question:
Are you allergic to anything at work?

Finding:
Reports changing bedding once a week

(Available)
Pro Tip: Asking a patient about Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) can unearth underlying social, political, or economic barriers to their health and wellbeing. Recognizing a patient’s SDOH can lead you to provide more informed and empathetic care for your patients, because you will have a greater understanding of the challenges they face.
Example Question:
How often do you change your bedding?

Finding:
Denies history of cigarette smoking

(Found)
Pro Tip: Asking a patient about Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) can unearth underlying social, political, or economic barriers to their health and wellbeing. Recognizing a patient’s SDOH can lead you to provide more informed and empathetic care for your patients, because you will have a greater understanding of the challenges they face.
Example Question:
Have you smoked cigarettes recently?

Finding:
Denies recent exposure to secondhand smoke

(Available)
Pro Tip: Asking a patient about Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) can unearth underlying social, political, or economic barriers to their health and wellbeing. Recognizing a patient’s SDOH can lead you to provide more informed and empathetic care for your patients, because you will have a greater understanding of the challenges they face.
Example Question:
Have you been exposed to secondhand smoke recently?

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Asked about healthcare access

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Reports last vision exam was in childhood

(Found)
Pro Tip: Asking a patient about Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) can unearth underlying social, political, or economic barriers to their health and wellbeing. Recognizing a patient’s SDOH can lead you to provide more informed and empathetic care for your patients, because you will have a greater understanding of the challenges they face.
Example Question:
When was your last vision test?

Finding:
Reports last hearing test was in childhood

(Available)
Pro Tip: Asking a patient about Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) can unearth underlying social, political, or economic barriers to their health and wellbeing. Recognizing a patient’s SDOH can lead you to provide more informed and empathetic care for your patients, because you will have a greater understanding of the challenges they face.
Example Question:
When was your last hearing test?

Finding:
Reports dental visit within the last 2 years

(Available)
Pro Tip: Asking a patient about Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) can unearth underlying social, political, or economic barriers to their health and wellbeing. Recognizing a patient’s SDOH can lead you to provide more informed and empathetic care for your patients, because you will have a greater understanding of the challenges they face.
Example Question:
When did you last see the dentist?

Finding:
Reports regular dental visits in childhood

(Available)
Pro Tip: Asking a patient about Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) can unearth underlying social, political, or economic barriers to their health and wellbeing. Recognizing a patient’s SDOH can lead you to provide more informed and empathetic care for your patients, because you will have a greater understanding of the challenges they face.
Example Question:
How often did you see the dentist when you were a child?

Finding:
Denies vision insurance

(Available)
Pro Tip: Asking a patient about Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) can unearth underlying social, political, or economic barriers to their health and wellbeing. Recognizing a patient’s SDOH can lead you to provide more informed and empathetic care for your patients, because you will have a greater understanding of the challenges they face.
Example Question:
Do you have vision insurance?

Finding:
Denies dental insurance

(Available)
Pro Tip: Asking a patient about Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) can unearth underlying social, political, or economic barriers to their health and wellbeing. Recognizing a patient’s SDOH can lead you to provide more informed and empathetic care for your patients, because you will have a greater understanding of the challenges they face.
Example Question:
Do you have dental insurance?
Relevant Medical History

Finding:
Confirmed allergies

Finding:
Reports known allergy to cats

(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:
Can you confirm that you’re allergic to cats?

Finding:
Reports known allergy to dust

(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:
Are you allergic to dust?

Finding:
Denies seasonal allergies

(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:
Do you have seasonal allergies?
Review of Systems

Finding:
Asked about constitutional health

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Denies recent or frequent illnesses

(Available)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Have you been sick recently?

Finding:
Denies chills

(Available)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Have you had any chills?

Finding:
Denies fever

(Found)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Have you had a fever?

Finding:
Reports low energy level

(Available)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Have you felt fatigued?

Finding:
Denies nausea or vomiting

(Available)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Have you felt nauseous?

Finding:
Asked about review of systems for head

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Reports occasional headaches

(Found)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Do you ever get headaches?

Finding:
Denies current headache

(Available)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Do you have a headache currently?

Finding:
Denies history of head injury

(Available)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Have you ever had a head injury?

Finding:
Denies lightheadedness

(Found)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Do you ever get lightheaded?

Finding:
Followed up on headaches

Finding:
Reports headaches occur once a week

(Found)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
How often do you get headaches?

Finding:
Reports headaches last a few hours

(Available)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
How long do your headaches last?

Finding:
Reports headaches feel tight and throbbing

(Available)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
How would you describe your headaches?

Finding:
Reports headache location is behind her forehead

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Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Where do you feel your headaches?

Finding:
Reports headache pain as a 3 or 4

(Found)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
How would you rate your headache pain on a scale of 0 to 10?

Finding:
Reports treating headaches with acetaminophen (Tylenol)

(Found)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
How do you treat your headaches?

Finding:
Reports reading and studying seem to cause headaches

(Found)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
What seems to cause your headaches?

Finding:
Asked about review of systems for eyes

Finding:
Reports occasional blurry vision

(Found)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Do you have blurry vision?

Finding:
Reports worsening vision

(Found)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Has your vision gotten worse?

Finding:
Denies eye pain

(Available)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Have you had eye pain?

Finding:
Denies dry eyes

(Available)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Have you had dry eyes?

Finding:
Denies corrective lenses

(Available)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Do you have glasses or contacts?

Finding:
Followed up on vision problems

Finding:
Reports blurry vision as fuzzy letters

(Available)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Can you describe your blurry vision?

Finding:
Reports blurry vision occurs when reading for long periods

(Found)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
When do you get blurry vision?

Finding:
Reports blurry vision occurs after 2+ hours of reading

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Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
How long have you been reading when your vision gets blurry?

Finding:
Reports that blurry vision and headaches often coincide

(Available)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Do you get headaches when you have blurry vision?

Finding:
Asked about review of systems for ears

Finding:
Denies general ear problems

(Found)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Have you had ear problems?

Finding:
Denies change in hearing

(Available)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Have you had any changes in your hearing?

Finding:
Denies ear pain

(Available)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Have you noticed ear discharge?

Finding:
Asked about review of systems for nose

Finding:
Denies change in sense of smell

(Available)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Have you had any changes in your sense of smell?

Finding:
Denies nasal or sinus surgeries

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Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Have you ever had a nasal surgery?

Finding:
Denies nosebleeds

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Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Do you ever get nosebleeds?

Finding:
Asked about review of systems for mouth and jaw

Finding:
Denies general mouth problems

(Found)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Have you ever had problems with your mouth?

Finding:
Denies change in sense of taste

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Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Has your sense of taste changed?

Finding:
Denies dry mouth

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Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Have you had dry mouth recently?

Finding:
Denies history of oral surgery

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Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Have you ever had oral surgery?

Finding:
Denies mouth pain

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Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Do you have mouth pain?

Finding:
Denies mouth sores

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Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Do you have any mouth sores?

Finding:
Denies gum problems

(Available)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Do you have any problems with your gums?

Finding:
Denies tongue problems

(Available)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Do you have any problems with your tongue?

Finding:
Denies jaw problems

(Available)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Do you have any problems with your jaw?

Finding:
Asked about review of systems for dentation

Finding:
Denies current dental problems

(Found)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Do you have any current dental problems?

Finding:
Reports a few cavities in childhood

(Available)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
What dental problems have you had?

Finding:
Asked about review of systems for neck, throat and glands

Finding:
Denies history of recurrent strep throat

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Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Do you get strep throat often?

Finding:
Denies lymph node problems

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Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Do you have any problems with your lymph nodes?

Finding:
Denies history of general throat problems

(Available)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Do you have a history of throat problems?

Finding:
Denies voice changes

(Available)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Have you noticed any changes to your voice?

Finding:
Denies history of tonsil problems

(Available)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Do you have any history of tonsil problems?

Finding:
Denies general neck pain

(Available)
Pro Tip: Understanding a patient’s health involves a comprehensive overview of their physiological systems. This is necessary to understand what symptoms may indicate larger issues, and what treatments the patient may require.
Example Question:
Do you have neck pain?
Relevant Family History

Finding:
Asked about relevant family history

Finding:
Reports sister with hay fever

(Found)
Pro Tip: A patient’s family medical history can indicate if the patient is at a higher risk for certain illnesses and disorders. Gathering this information can contextualize a patient’s current complaint and how their family’s health history might be influencing it.
Pro Tip: A patient’s family medical history can indicate if the patient is at a higher risk for certain illnesses and disorders. Gathering this information can contextualize a patient’s current complaint and how their family’s health history might be influencing it.
Example Question:
Do vision problems run in your family?

Finding:
Denies family history of sinus problems

(Available)
Pro Tip: A patient’s family medical history can indicate if the patient is at a higher risk for certain illnesses and disorders. Gathering this information can contextualize a patient’s current complaint and how their family’s health history might be influencing it.
Example Question:
Do sinus problems run in your family?

Finding:
Denies family history of ear or hearing problems

(Available)
Pro Tip: A patient’s family medical history can indicate if the patient is at a higher risk for certain illnesses and disorders. Gathering this information can contextualize a patient’s current complaint and how their family’s health history might be influencing it.
Example Question:
Do hearing problems run in your family?

Finding:
Denies family history of mouth, throat, or gland problems

(Found)
Pro Tip: A patient’s family medical history can indicate if the patient is at a higher risk for certain illnesses and disorders. Gathering this information can contextualize a patient’s current complaint and how their family’s health history might be influencing it.
Example Question:
Do you have any family history of throat problems?

Finding:
Denies family history of headache or migraine

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