Ovarian and cervical cancer

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Ovarian and cervical cancer by Mind Map: Ovarian and cervical cancer

1. IMMEDIATE

1.1. If the fever is above 39o

1.2. You have difficulty breathing

2. RASH

2.1. IMMEDIATE

2.1.1. If a rash starts to make it difficult to breathe

2.1.2. If your rash quickly develops and starts to swell your tongue, or throat

2.1.3. If the rash worsens very quickly

2.2. URGENT:

2.2.1. Your rash is covering your whole body

2.2.2. Your rash is very very painful

2.2.3. If over the counter antihistamine fails to work

2.3. RECCOMEND VISIT TO GP IN TWO WEEKS

2.3.1. Patients skin may be rough and raised due to skin thickening

2.3.2. allergy due to something in the household, chemicals, or soaps

2.3.3. Small blisters filled with fluid

2.3.4. Thickened, leathery skin due to chronic scratching

2.3.5. Skin broken with infection

2.4. COMMUNICATION WITH GP

2.4.1. Itchiness

2.4.2. Patient may be stressed

3. INFECTION

3.1. URGENT

3.1.1. Fever or chills

3.1.2. Continuous nausea or diarrhoea

3.1.3. Intense, severe and sudden onset of a headache

3.2. RECOMMENDED VISIT TO GP WITHIN TWO WEEKS

3.2.1. Insect bits and open cuts

3.2.2. A serious wound

3.2.3. Delayed healing

3.2.4. Urine is very strong smelling

3.3. COMMUNICATION WITH GP

3.3.1. Coughing or sneezing

3.3.2. Recent headaches

3.3.3. Swollen lymph nodes

3.3.4. Redness around wounds

3.3.5. Pus formation

4. FEVER

4.1. IMMEDIATE

4.1.1. If a fever is over 39o

4.1.2. You have a severe headache with the fever

4.2. URGENT

4.2.1. Severe muscle aches

4.2.2. Severely dehydrated

4.2.3. Consistent vomiting or diarrhoea

4.3. WITHIN TWO WEEKS

4.3.1. General muscle aches

4.3.2. Loss of appetite

4.4. COMMUNICATION

4.4.1. General muscle aches

4.4.2. Patient feeling weakness

4.4.3. Headache

4.4.4. Skin is warm to touch

4.4.5. Patient will be irritable

5. COMMUNICATION