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Individual Deliverable: Each member of the group should write a brief SOAP note of at least 4 paragraphs documenting a fictional patient visit and including medical terms with suffixes, roots, and prefixes. The individual member should select a digestive or integumentary system patient problem that the medical terms will refer. Go to the Library and use the web resources to help you develop your SOAP note. Use your knowledge of other medical terms to develop a SOAP note too.
For the assessment part of your note, write a summary of the findings rather than a medical diagnosis. For the plan, you can note what medical terms seem realistic to use in terms of follow-up. The goal is to develop a document where the new hire can demonstrate his/her knowledge of medical terminology. When you encounter abbreviations or acronyms that you are unfamiliar with, you may use your own resources or the web links below to determine the meaning of those abbreviations or acronyms. Your individual deliverable should identify acronyms or abbreviations that could be misinterpreted and how you have modified your SOAP note to avoid that possible misinterpretation. For example, one of the acronyms used in one of these SOAP notes refers to the acronym SBE. This can mean self-breast examination, which is also seen as BSE (breast self-examination) or an illness called sub acute bacterial endocarditis, referring to an infection of the heart. Obviously these have very different meanings.
Hi Doctor Wilson
I need to have the soap by today is that possible? can you e-mail me and let me no if that is possible
S: 21 yo (year old) WF (white female) G2P1001 (Gravida 1, Para 1001 – she has delivered one child at term), with complaint of RLQ (Right Lower Quandrant) Pain for the past month, and more pain during intercourse. The pain is sharp and buring. She has no diarrhea, no constipation. She does c/o (complain of) Pelvic pain for the past 1 year, but supposedly has no history of STD’s (Sexually Transmitted Diseases). Also, she has no N/V/F (nausea/vomiting/fevers).
VSS (Vitals signs Stable), Afebrile
HEENT (Head, Ear, Nose, Throat) – NC/AT – (Normal Cephalic/Atraumatic)
Lungs: CTA B (Clear to Auscultation bilaterally)
ABD (Abdomen): +BS – (positive bowel sounds), TTP (Tender to Palpation), +Rebound,
Pelvic: NEFG (Normal External Female Genitalia), CVX (Cervix) – with discharge, pus and odor; +fullness to pelvis on the right, +CMT (positive Cervical Motion Tenderness), R/V (Recto/Vaginal) – is full.
Ext (Extremities) – No C/C/E (no cyanosis, clubbing, or edema)
A/P: 21 yo WF G2P1001 with most likely CPP (Chronic Pelvic Pain) with possible Appy (appendicititis), Endometriosis, Ovarian Cyst, Ovarian Torsion, or PID (Pelvic Inflammatory Disease).
1. Cultures for STD, GC/CT (Gonorrhea/ Chlamydia)
2. Pelvic US (ultrasound)
3. Dx L/S (Diagnostic Laparoscopy)
4. Doxycycline 100mg po bid (100 milligrams to be taken by mouth twice per day)
Hi Dr Wilson the soap note is good but I was suppose to have
A definition of the term and analysis of each term
Describe the literal meaning
Explain the actual clinical usage of that term if those differ
Include identification and definition of the prefix, suffix and root terms
include either in parentheses after each medical term or in notes at the end of the assignment:
I ask you if you did this and you said yes I just look at it and their is part missing can you help me with this I would appreciated it please let me no if you understand
this is exmple of what I need please
Summary of Terms
Pain in the stomach
Ectomy-excision of the
Excision of the appendix
Black, tarry stool that contains digested blood.
Visual examination of the stomach
Condition of gallstones
Surgical repair of the stomach
YES YOU GAVE ME A SOAP NOTE. BUT IF YOU READ THE REST OF THE ASSIGNMET
YOU WILL SEE IT ALSO SAID TO DEFINE THE WORDS. AND THE MEDICAL TERMS AND
THE MEANING OF THE TERMS GIVE THE ROOT,SUFFIX,PREFIX.YES
THAT IS WHAT I NEED FROM YOU. LIKE THE EXMPLE I GAVE IT NEED TO BE IN A TABLE FORMAT I AM SORRY IF I DID NOT MAKE IT CLEAR ENOUGH FOR YOU CAN YOU GET BACK TO ME WITH IT TODAY? THANK YOU
Genital – sex organs
-alia : portion
Sex organ of female/male
Opening to uterus
App - appendix
-citis - inflamation
Visual examination of the stomach/ pelvis
Endo - Internal
O – of the
Metriosis – middle inflammation
Uterine cells that have escape and irritating the internal pelvic/abdominal cavity
Auscul - hear
- tation – process of
To hear via stethoscope
Here are the instructions from the teacher
Grading Rubric For Week Five
Deliverable Length: 5-10 paragraphs
Points Possible: 150 Due Date: 09/26/2010 11:59:59 PM Description:
Measurable Terminal Course Objective:
Interpret medical terms related to the individual systems and the body as a whole.
The key here is to make this "user friendly". The language should be able to be read by a grade school student. There should be no medical terms used
There are 150 points in this assignment. I would suggest that you go to the library and online or to a physician's office or Public Health Department (grocers also carry informational brochures), pick up a brochure on heart health to see what it is like, and to look at the language they use.
They are graded as follows:
yes this a new question I was asking you to look at I posted it the Question but here it is
You work in the office of a cardiologist. He has asked you to develop a draft of an initial patient education brochure to help patients who have had a myocardial infarction. He has jotted some notes, handed them to you, and asked you to make them "patient friendly."
Read the following information he has provided. Write a patient brochure using simple, easy to understand language.
After Your Myocardial Infarction
(briefly describe the anatomy and physiology of the cardiovascular system and how the heart functions)
Your Myocardial infarction was caused by several factors including hypertension, atherosclerosis, and cigarette smoking. This pamphlet will help you understand how these factors can affect your heart and how to modify your lifestyle so you can decrease your risk of another myocardial infarction.
Hypertension causes injury to the endothelium of your arteries and lipids and other substances accumulate in those injured areas. This contributes to thrombus formation, which occluded your artery causing a myocardial infarction.
Hyperlipidemia is another contributing factor, as LDLs that are the "bad cholesterol" contribute to development of plaque buildup in the artery.
Cigarette smoking causes increased heart rate, peripheral vasoconstriction, and hypertension increasing the amount of work the myocardium has to do. Cigarette smokers also inhale carbon monoxide, which decreases oxygenation of hemoglobin. These factors cause the myocardium to work harder while hypoxic.
Because you had an angioplasty and atherectomy, your affected artery has been opened to allow improved perfusion.
During your next appointment, please schedule extra time to talk with the nurse about how you can modify your lifestyle to decrease you risk of having another myocardial infarction.