Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] Rudolph H. Kampmeier [and] Thomas M. Blake.|
|Contributions||Blake, Thomas M. 1920- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||RC76 .K3 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 709 p.|
|Number of Pages||709|
|LC Control Number||78079904|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kampmeier, Rudolph H. (Rudolph Herman), Physical examination in health and disease. Philadelphia, Davis, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Rudolph H Kampmeier. A physical examination is a routine test your primary care provider (PCP) performs to check your overall health. A PCP may be a doctor, a nurse practitioner, or a physician assistant. With an easy-to-read approach and unmatched learning resources, Physical Examination & Health Assessment, 7th Edition offers a clear, logical, and holistic approach to physical exams across the lifespan. A total of 1, illustrations, checklists of key exam steps, and practical insights ensure that you learn all the physical exam skills you need to know. Sample Written History and Physical Examination History and Physical Examination Comments Patient Name: Rogers, Pamela Date: 6/2/04 Referral Source: Emergency Department Data Source: Patient Chief Complaint & ID: Ms. Rogers is a 56 y/o WF Define the reason for the patient’s visit as who has been having chest pains for the last week.
The spread and refinement of the history and physical examination in the United States followed the development of medical education. This development has been the subject of a recent book by Ludmerer. The outline below follows his excellent account. The Civil War pointed up with brutal clarity the deficiencies of American by: Routine physicals. The routine physical, also known as general medical examination, periodic health evaluation, annual physical, comprehensive medical exam, general health check, preventive health examination, medical check-up, or simply medical, is a physical examination performed on an asymptomatic patient for medical screening purposes. These are normally ICDCM: Mosby's Guide to Physical Examination is a comprehensive textbook of physical examination, history-taking, and health assessment with a unique emphasis on differential diagnosis and variations across the lifespan. The book conveys a uniquely compassionate, patient-centered approach to physical examination with a strong evidence-based by: The first book to teach physical assessment techniques based on evidence and clinical relevance. Grounded in an empirical approach to history-taking and physical assessment techniques, this text for healthcare clinicians and students focuses on patient well-being and health : $
Pulse quality is part of the routine physical examination, and the quality indicates changes in the condition of the patient and progression of the disease or treatment. The specific results from this examination, along with the report from the patient about their present state, are crucial for further steps in differentiation in both Western. A brief initial chapter discusses history taking; then a general survey of the physical examination is followed by sections devoted to the various anatomic regions. In each section, the technique of examination and range of normal findings are supplemented by descriptions of abnormalities seen in disease. Physical Examination and Health Assessment provides all the information necessary to conduct a holistic health assessment across the life span. The physical examination unit is organized by body system, pedagogically and clinically the most logical and efficient way to learn and perform health assessment. Each chapter has five major sections: (1) Structure and Function (A&P); 4/5(1). Physical Examination in Health and Disease. This book was a pleasure to read, not so much because of the acquisition of new information but rather for the style of its presentation. Illustrations abound, and, although at times not .