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Religion vs. Spirituality

Religion has collective strict approach WHILE Spirituality has individual broad aproach

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Challenges to doing conclusive research on the influence of spiritual beliefs and practices

Defining what to measure Asking a researchable question How to measure The control group All religions are not the same.

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3 types of stains

Differentiate Basic vs. Acidic

Specialized stains to distinguish fibrous cytoskeleton components

Metalic salts that precipitate

 

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Acidic vs. Basic stains

A image thumb
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Classic blood stain

Wright and Giemsa

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Most common stain used in histology

Hematoxylin and Eosin

 

Nucleus, rER - blue;

Cytoplasm - varying shades of red;

Collagen - very pale pink;

Cartilage and calcium deposits - dark blue;

Red blood cells - bright red

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HPI

History of Present Illness

OLDCARTS: Onset Location Duration Characteristics Aggravating Factors Relieving Factors Treatment

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PMH

Past medical history

MASHI: Medications, surgeries, allergies, hospitalizations, immunizations

 

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Fam Hx

Family history

CHADS: Cancer, Heart&Hypertension, Astma, Diabetes, Stroke

 

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Soc Hx

Social history:

SODAS: Smoking, occuptation, diet&drugs, alcohol, sexual history

 

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ROS

Review of systems: Head to toe

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The introduction

Introduce yourself

Explain who you are

Explain the purpose of the interview/exam

Ask for permission to proceed

 

My name is Pawel and I am a first year medical student working in the clinic today with Dr. X. I will be taking your initial history and doing a physical exam, if that is okay with you

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Taking history

Comfort for all involved

Remove physical barriers

Sit down

Good lightin

Privacy

Noise level

Clock

Introduce other in the room

Address patient properly

Courteous

Eye contact

Respect symptomps e.g. pain

Avoid assumptions / leading questions

Flexible

Simple language

Spare notes

Clarify responses with where, when, what, how, and why

Verify

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Sensitive issues

Be comfortable and direct

Ensure privacy

Explain why

No preaching

Respect if patient refuses

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H&P

Legal Document about history and exam

Communication method

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HPI (from class)

O – onset – “when did it start?”

P - provocation/palliation – “anything make it better or worse?”

Q – quality – “what do you mean by ‘tired’?”

R – radiation – (best for pain) “does the pain radiate anywhere?”

S – severity – “how bad is it on a scale of 1-10…” or “what can you do now vs what could you do before this started?”

T – timing – “when did this start?”

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HPI beggining

X is a X yo gentleman with PMH of X prior who presents with the chief complaint of X.