Assessment of rheumatic fever, Biology


1. Assess the past and present history of illness, sore throat, rheumatic fever and treatment received previously. 

2. Family history of rheumatic fever.

3. Socio-economic status.

4. Physical examination-system-wise, signs and symptoms.

5. Rewards and Reports.

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