Patient Assessment in Pharmacy


Herrier / McGraw-Hill

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Learn the art and science of patient assessment to succeed in real-world pharmacy practice

The goal of Patient Assessment in Pharmacy is to impart the assessment and practice skills necessary to provide optimal patient care when working in an ambulatory care environment.

This unique text explains how to integrate pathophysiology, medical history, physical findings, and laboratory test results to accurately assess and monitor patient problems. Patient Assessment in Pharmacy will help you make a more accurate diagnosis and enable you to better advise patients about appropriate use of products intended for self-care.

In order to be as clinically relevant as possible, Patient Assessment in Pharmacy focuses on the symptom complexes and diseases that pharmacists most frequently encounter in an ambulatory care setting.

Part ONE:Principles of Patient Assessment
     1   approach to differential diagnosis
      2   obtaining a patient history
      3   documentation
      4   dealing with patients and health care processionals
        5   dealing with patient adherenced issues
      6   organizing patient visits

Part TWO:Assessment of Symptoms
      7   symptoms related to the ears, nose, and throat
      8   cough
      9   chest pain
      10  heartburn and abdominal pain
      11  nausea and vomiting
      12  diarrhea and constipation
      13  headache
      14  inflamed(red)eye
      15  musculoskeletal symptoms and disorders
      16  dysuria and vaginal discharge
      17  common skin disorders

Part Three:Assessment in the Diagnosis and Management of Chronic Diseases and their Complications
      18  essential hypertension
      19  dyslipidemia
      20  diabetes mellitus
      21  asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases(COPD)
      22  heart failure
      23  seizure disorders

Part Four:Assessment of Potential Drug-Related Problems
      24  liver and renal diseases
      25  anemia, bleeding, and infection
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