OBTAINING PATIENT’S PAST MEDICAL HISTORY Lecture

past medical history
patient’s past medical history

English in Medicine
OBTAINING PATIENT’S PAST MEDICAL HISTORY (PMH)
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Hello everyone, today we practice asking patients CASH. These questions are extremely important, and you practice to remember the pattern to ask the patient.
⇒ Have you ever had this before?
Have you ever had this / this disease before?
⇒ Are you taking any medicine (right) now?
Are you taking any medications now?
⇒ Do you have any allergies?
Do you have any allergies?
⇒ Do you have other diseases?
Do you have any other illnesses?
⇒ Have you ever been hospitalized for anything?
Have you ever been hospitalized for any reason?
⇒ Have you ever had any surgeries?
Have you ever had surgery?
⇒ Have you ever been to the emergency room for anything?
Have you ever been in the emergency room for any illness?

So today we finished the lesson:
OBTAINING PATIENT’S PAST MEDICAL HISTORY
Remember to practice, and if you find this section of English in Medicine meaningful, share it for everyone to learn!
You will find it helpful to read the tutorials on English for medical communication here:
– Inquiries and clinical examination: The combination of science and art:
Part 1: https://bit.ly/bsnamanh00
Part 2: https://bit.ly/bsnamanh01
P / s: Ah but today I was a bit stuffy, hoping everyone would understand ^^
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