I've been here before: Session 1

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1. Step 1

1.1. Identify terms and cues

1.2. New terms

1.2.1. + protein urine

1.2.2. dipstick

1.2.3. varicose veins

1.3. cues

1.3.1. 22 yo

1.3.2. second pregnancy

1.3.3. 28 weeks

1.3.4. routien checkup

1.3.5. missed 2 visits

1.3.6. usual symptoms of pregnancy

1.3.7. trouoble getting sleep due to movement

1.3.8. + protein test

1.3.9. + blood

1.3.10. varicose vein

2. Step 2

2.1. Problem formulation (put it in a senates)

2.2. 22 yo pregnant lady in her 28 week of 2nd pregnancy complaining of insomnia due to baby movement with normal pregnancy symptoms and +protein and blood in urine

3. Step 3

3.1. Hypothesis generation (brainstorming)

3.2. problem in the urogenital tract

3.2.1. infection

3.2.2. kidney problem

3.2.2.1. kidney stones

3.2.2.2. failure

3.3. heptaic abnormality

3.4. abnormal living baby

3.5. diabetes related to the kidney function in pregnency

3.6. abnormal invironment for the baby

3.7. nutrition and blood supply

3.8. placenta or womb problem

3.9. baby is not getting enough protien

3.10. GIT problem

3.11. injury

3.11.1. obstraction inthe urine tract

3.12. veracose vain causing deminished blood supply

3.13. underwight or overwight

3.14. medication/drugs

3.14.1. missed or added

3.14.2. stress

3.15. we should ask about the first pregnancy

3.16. lifestyle and diet

3.16.1. protein intake

3.17. immune response

3.17.1. different blood type due to rh reaction

3.18. ectopic pregnency

3.19. she's holding her urine too much

3.20. CV problem

3.20.1. hypertention of pregnency

3.21. everything is normal

3.22. why did she miss the 2 appontments

3.22.1. work

3.23. in which week does the baby move?

3.24. what happens from 26-28 weeks of pregnancy

3.25. cuses for normal pregnancy symptoms

3.25.1. wight of the baby

3.25.2. streatching

4. Step 4

4.1. Hypothesis organization (tentative solution)

4.2. what cuses protein uria

4.2.1. problem in the urogenital tract

4.2.1.1. infection

4.2.1.2. kidney problem

4.2.1.2.1. kidney stones

4.2.1.2.2. failure

4.2.2. heptaic abnormality

4.2.3. nutrition and blood supply

4.2.4. CV problem

4.2.4.1. hypertention of pregnency

4.3. what causes blood in urine

4.3.1. injury

4.3.1.1. obstraction inthe urine tract

4.3.2. CV problem

4.3.2.1. hypertention of pregnency

4.3.3. problem in the urogenital tract

4.3.3.1. infection

4.3.3.2. kidney problem

4.3.3.2.1. kidney stones

4.3.3.2.2. failure

4.4. normal physiological changes of pregnency

5. Step 5

5.1. Formulate learning objectives

5.1.1. Anatomy

5.1.1.1. urogenital tract of female

5.1.1.2. embryology

5.1.1.2.1. 16 - 28 weeks (in general)

5.1.1.2.2. when does the baby move?

5.1.2. Physiology

5.1.2.1. physiology of pregnency

5.1.2.2. what are the routien check ups for pregnancy

5.1.3. Pathology

5.1.3.1. causes of protein urine and bloody urine in pregnancy