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Medical Records

This includes:

  1. health history of patient/client 
  2. a report of the findings on examination 
  3. signs and symptoms 
  4. observation records 
  5. progress notes 
  6. discharge summary 
  7. instruction to be followed at home 

The following items are included in patient's/client's record:

  1. identification data 
  2. complaint, reason for seeking medical aid 
  3. present illness 
  4. past history 
  5. family history - 
  6. physical examination 
  7. special examinations 
  8. provisional and final diagnosis 
  9. treatment medical/surgical 
  10. pathologist's report 
  11. Maintenance of Records 
  12. progress notes 
  13. condition on discharge 
  14. follow-up records 
  15. autopsy findings 
  16. day to day nurses notes
Posted Date: 10/27/2012 7:29:12 AM | Location : United States







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