Well Adult and Health Promotion Case


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Well Adult and Health Promotion Case
1.Subjective data that is needed to determine the presence of any communicable diseases includes the presence of a fever, chills, night sweats, muscle pain, runny nose, nasal congestion, dizziness, headaches, a rash, chest pain, cough, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea, pelvic pain or vaginal discharge. Additional subjective information needed to address the patient’s concerns about breast cancer include the presence of a breast lump, nipple discharge or secretions, pain in her breast, swelling, redness, changes in the skin around her breast such as scaling and rashes.2. Objective data needed include a complete physical examination, a PAP test and a PPD test. Her immunization records will be...
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