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ACCESS TO PATIENTS WITH BACK PAIN

HOW TO APPROACH TO THE PATIENT WITH CHEST PAIN? [1]

HOW TO ACCESS A PATIENT OF PAST PAIN?

  1. Acute chest pain: acute chest pain
  2. Typical anginal pain: Typical angina
  3. Severe tearing/ripping pain: Pain (like) tearing
  4. Sharp pleuritic pain: Sharp pleuritic pain
  5. Musculoskeletal pain: Musculoskeletal pain
  6. Myocardial Ischemia: Anemia
  7. Myocardial infarction: Myocardial infarction
  8. Aortic dissection: Aortic dissection
  9. Pericarditis: Inflammation of the pericardium
  10. Psychogenic pain: Pain due to psychological causes
  11. Pulmonary embolism: pulmonary embolism
  12. Esophageal/Gastrointestinal cause: esophageal/gastrointestinal cause

For example:

The etiologies of chest pain range from life-threatening conditions to those that are relatively benign. The most common causes of chest pain in outpatients are musculoskeletal and gastrointestinal conditions. Studies have estimated that approximately one-third to one-half of patients have musculoskeletal chest pain, 10 to 20 percent have a gastrointestinal causes, 10 percent have stable angina, 5 percent have respiratory conditions, and approximately 2 to 4 percent have acute myocardial ischemia (including myocardial infarction) [2]

Translated:

Causes of chest pain range from life-threatening causes to relatively benign conditions. The most common causes of chest pain in outpatients are musculoskeletal and gastrointestinal diseases. Studies have estimated that about one-third to one-half of patients have chest pain due to musculoskeletal causes, 10-20 percent due to gastrointestinal causes, 10 percent have angina attacks, 5 percent respiratory disease, and about 2 to 4 percent have acute myocardial ischemia (including myocardial infarction).

References:

[1] The Patient History – Chapter 27. Chest Pain -Sumanth D. Prabhu, MD

[2] https://www.uptodate.com/contents/outpatient-evaluation-of-the-adult-with-chest-pain

FURHER READING:

Approach to the patient with chestpain : https://drive.google.com/open?id=1uozcJwrRyH5YprUwwHXJgVxCe07i9Xfu

Here is all the knowledge that I want to share with you. Learn the terms above to easily approach patients with chest pain. Do not forget to refer to other lectures at anhvanyds homepage and improve medical knowledge.

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