Assessment of rheumatic fever, Biology

Assessment

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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