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- Symptoms ⭐️
- Exams ⭐️
- Emergency medicine
- General medicine
- Infectious diseases
- ACEP patient handouts
- Nate Friedman, MD
- EM Resource.org
- ADMISSION COURSE & COUNSELING
- ADULT EXAM
- ADULT REVIEW OF SYSTEMS
- AMA DISCHARGE
- DISCHARGE COUNSELING & AFTERCARE
- DISCHARGE COURSE & COUNSELING
- INFORMED REFUSAL OF TEST OR PROCEDURE
- IV CONTRAST & METFORMIN (GLUCOPHAGE)
- PEDIATRIC EXAM:
- PEDIATRIC REVIEW OF SYSTEMS
- PHONE EXAM
- RETURN PRECAUTIONS & AFTERCARE
- SHARED DECISION MAKING
- TELEMEDICINE EXAM
- TRANSFER COURSE & COUNSELING
- TRAUMA EXAM
- TRAUMA REVIEW OF SYSTEMS
- TYPE “D” PATIENT (Difficult)
- TYPE “E” PATIENT (Easy)
- Emoji and Symbols 🙂
1. Reason: The patient has decided to leave against medical advice because .
2. Capacity: The patient has normal mental status and adequate capacity to make medical decisions.
3. Refusal: The patient refuses hospital admission and wants to be discharged.
4. Risks: Risks have been explained including , worsening illness, permanent disability and death.
5. Benefits: Benefits of admission have also been explained
6. Understanding: The patient verbalized understanding the risks and benefits of hospital admission.
7. Witnesses: Nurse and family .
8. Questions: The patient had the opportunity to ask questions about their medical condition.
9. Plan B: The patient was treated to the extent they allow and knows they may return at any time
10. Follow-up: If possible the patient’s PCP was called to help try to convince them to stay in the hospital and to arrange appropriate follow-up care.
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