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Differential Dx (at least 3 with key points that will help you differentiate)

NUR 7133: Primary Care II: Women, Adolescents & Children

Worksheet for Common PEDS Dx

DXUTIOtitis MediaBacterial PharyngitisCommunity Acquired Pneumonia
Differential Dx  (at least 3 with key points that will help you differentiate)    
Cc typical presentation    
HPI- typical presentation    
PMH (anything that may be contributing)    
PSH (anything that may be contributing)    
Relevant SH (that may increase the risk)    
ROS (typical presentation) & factors to rule out    
PE (typical presentation)    
Labs/Dx test (to help confirm)    
Plan of care (include 1st, 2nd, 3rd line meds); primary, secondary and tertiary prevention measures    

NUR 7133: Primary Care II: Women, Adolescents & Children

Worksheet for Common PEDS Dx

DXBronchitisHTNSinusitisHerpes Simplex 1MRSA
Differential Dx  (at least 3 with key points that will help you differentiate)     
Cc typical presentation     
HPI- typical presentation     
PMH (anything that may be contributing)     
PSH (anything that may be contributing)     
Relevant SH (that may increase the risk)     
ROS (typical presentation) & factors to rule out     
PE (typical presentation)     
Labs/Dx test (to help confirm)     
Plan of care (include 1st, 2nd, 3rd line meds); primary, secondary and tertiary prevention measures     

NUR 7133: Primary Care II: Women, Adolescents & Children

Worksheet for Common Women’s Health Dx

DXAbnormal Uterine BleedingInterstitial Cystitis (Pregnant vs Non-Pregnant)Pregnant Female with Bacterial PharyngitisAbnormal Pap  
Differential Dx  (at least 3 with key points that will help you differentiate)    
Cc typical presentation    
HPI- typical presentation    
PMH (anything that may be contributing)    
PSH (anything that may be contributing)    
Relevant SH (that may increase the risk)    
ROS (typical presentation) & factors to rule out    
PE (typical presentation)    
Labs/Dx test (to help confirm)    
Plan of care (include 1st, 2nd, 3rd line meds); primary, secondary and tertiary prevention measures Include if any change in POC if pregnant or non-pregnant    

NUR 7133: Primary Care II: Women, Adolescents & Children

Worksheet for Common Women’s Health Dx

DXGonorrhea/Chlamydia  SyphilisGenital HerpesPregnant with Sinus InfectionPregnant with Depression
Differential Dx  (at least 3 with key points that will help you differentiate)     
Cc typical presentation     
HPI- typical presentation     
PMH (anything that may be contributing)     
PSH (anything that may be contributing)     
Relevant SH (that may increase the risk)     
ROS (typical presentation) & factors to rule out     
PE (typical presentation)     
Labs/Dx test (to help confirm)     
Plan of care (include 1st, 2nd, 3rd line meds); primary, secondary and tertiary prevention measures Include if any change in POC if pregnant or non-pregnant     

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