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Purpose of the review of systems

Identify characteristics of associated signs and symptoms

2

The systematic review utilizes what?

Physical assessment for diseases of each system

3

General health checklist
9 things

Fever/chills
Appetite
Fatigue
Weight loss/gain
Vitals
Insomnia
Irritable
Voice changes
Falls/dizzy

4

What is a constitutional disease

Disease that affects the entire body rather than a specific part

5

Red flag for fever, chills or sweating

More than 99.5 degrees or more than 2.3 deg higher than their normal

6

Red flag for tiredness when

Impedes ability to perform normal ADL and IADL and it lasts for more than 2 weeks

7

What kind of symptom is malaise?

Constitutional

8

Malaise is defined as?

Discomfort, uneasiness or indisposition often indicates infection; feeling that something isnt right

9

Paraesthesia is ?

Numbness

10

Unusual neuro symptoms for MSK patients (3)

Severe sensory change
Bilateral extremity deficits
Gait/balance issues

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3 things you are screening for during a physical exam

Signs and Sx that mimic the disease condition
Conditions that impact NMS conditions
Occult disease

12

5 vital signs

HR
BP
RR
Temperature
Pain

13

Additional vital signs

Level of consciousness
Level of physical activity
Walking speed = 6th vital sign

14

Normal BMI

18.5 - 24.9

15

Less than 15 BMI

Very Severe underweight

16

15 - 15.9 BMI

Severe underweight

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16 - 18.4 BMI

Underweight

18

25 - 29.9 BMI

Overweight

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30 - 34.9 BMI

Obesity class I

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35 - 39.9 BMI

Obesity class II

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More than 40 BMI

Obesity class III

22

Cut off waist circumference for women and men

Women = 35 inches
Men = 40 inches

23

Finger clubbing is a sign of?

Oxygen deprivation and possibly cancer

24

Edema is defined as

Excess fluid in tissues

25

Malignant melanoma ABCDE characteristics

A = asymmetrical shape
B = border irregular
C = color changes
D = diameter
E = evolving

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Small, purplish, hemorrhagic spots on the skin that appear in certain severe fevers and are indicative of great prostration, as in typhus. They may be due to an abnormality of the blood-clotting mechanism.

Petechiae

27

A bruise is aka

Ecchymosis

28

Size of abnormal lymph nodes

More than 1 cm big

29

Lymph node vs trigger point

With a lymph node, when you contract, it wont change

30

LUQ contents

Spleen
Stomach
Pancreas
L kidney and adrenal gland
L ureter
Transverse colon
Small intestine