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History taking OF Respiratory System in Adult Prayudi Santoso , Arto Y. Soeroto Pulmonary Division Dept. of Internal Medicine, School of Medicine Padjadjaran University BANDUNG. Objectives. After this session, you will be able to recognize and describe the following:
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History taking OF Respiratory System in AdultPrayudiSantoso, Arto Y.SoerotoPulmonary DivisionDept. of Internal Medicine, School of Medicine Padjadjaran UniversityBANDUNGObjectives
  • After this session, you will be able to recognize and describe the following:
  • Useful techniques for interviewing the patient with respiratory symptoms
  • The common symptoms of respiratory disease and the significant characteristics of each to identify in the interview
  • Categories of the Medical History
  • Patient identification
  • Chief complaints
  • History of present illness
  • Past Medical History
  • Family history
  • Occupational history
  • Smoking history
  • Review of systems
  • History of Present Illness
  • Describes the current medical problems and the circumstances surrounding each problem
  • For example: dyspnea:
  • When it started
  • How severe it was
  • What made it worse or better
  • Various other details that may be important (e.g. wheezing)
  • Past Medical History
  • Describes important medical problems the patient has had in the past.
  • For example: if the patient has a history of asthma, COPD, heart disease. Cancer or stroke it will be reported in the Past Medical History
  • Review of Systems
  • Determine whether the disease is confined to the pulmonary complaints are a manifestation of illness elsewhere (e.g. conjunctivitis and rhinitis in asthma, sinusitis in bronchiectasis)
  • Aspiration of postnasal drip or GERD can cause exacerbate chronic bronchitis and asthma
  • COUGH
  • A COUGH 1S THE COMMONEST MANIFESTATION OF LOWER RESPIRATORY TRACT DISEASE
  • A PERSON MAY COUGH VOLUNTARILY, BUT MORE TYPICALLY COUGH IS A REFLEX RESPONSE TO STIMULLI → IRRITATE RECEPTORS → LARYNX, TRACHEA, LARGE BRONCHE
  • COUGH
  • DO YOU HAVE A COUGH ?
  • ITS QUALITY DRY OR PRODUCTIVE COUGH
  • ITS QUANTITY OR SEVERITY :
  • VOLUME → amount is it?
  • INTERMITTENT
  • PERSISTENT CHRONIC BRONCHITIS
  • COLOR
  • ODOR
  • CONSISTENCY
  • ITS TIMING : NEW SYMPTOM OR MORE CHRONIC
  • THE SETTING IS WHICH OCCURS WORSE AT NIGHT ? WORSE IN THE MORNING
  • FACTORS THAT MAKE A BETTER OR WORSE
  • ASSOCIATED MANIFESTATION : (TABLE 1,2,3)
  • SYMPTOMS ASSOCIATED WITH THE COUGH LEAD YOU ITS CAUSEPatterns of cough in asthma and chronic bronchitisTypes of sputumCommon Respiratory Causes Of CoughOVERLAP BETWEEN COPD AND ASTHMACOPDASTHMA~10%Cough and Hemoptysis (1Cough and Hemoptysis (2Cough and Hemoptysis (3Chest Pain (1Chest Pain (2Chest Pain (3Dyspnea (1Dyspnea (2Dyspnea (3HASAN SADIKIN GENERAL HOSPITALTHANK YOU
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