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A question of communication session 2 by Mind Map: A question of communication
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A question of communication session 2

Step 6

Review session 1

Summary of step 5, Step 5, Formulate learning objectives, Anatomy, general overview of respiratory tract, PathoPhysiology, physiology of coughing, immune response towards infection, phlegm, night sweat, wight loss, coughing blood, Pathology, what diseases caused these types of symptoms?, what is the difference between cystic fibrosis and pulmonary fibrosis?

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Anatomy, genral, lung

Pathophysiology, cough reflex, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hrcH240SgQ, night sweat, pathological ondition, phlegm, immune response, weight loss, derease appetite, does iron deficincy in TB patient help in treating bacteria in comparison to sufficient iron level ?, bloody phlegm, due to irritation, indication, what is the difference between cystic fibrosis and pulmonary fibrosis?, cycstic child disease

Patholog, TB, night sweat, weight loss, bloody phlegm, fatique, pnuemonia, no night sweat, lung cancer

30 minutes

Step 8

Diagnostic decision

mycobacterum tuberculosis infection

Mechanism

the bacteria enters the body

activate the macrophage

then activated the T cell helper 1 which eventually cause caseous necrosis

Presentation

cough with phlegm and blood

night sweat

weight loss

fatique

Supporting data

X-ray, marked plural thickening in right upper lobe (consolidation)

sputum, acid fast bacilli positive three times, mycobacteria identify

PPD, 16 high

10 minutes

PICO

in middle age TB patient is methacilin better for the treatment of Tb rather than rifampicine?

in middle age TB pateint does amoxiciline help in decrease the mycobacteria in comparision to no treatment

Step 7

Inquiry plan and info gathering

history, risk factors?, smokeing, diabetes, HIV or sexually active, exposed to chemical, history of present illness, no pain, no shortness of breath, sever cough, yellowish sputum and blood, twice before the illness with moderate amount, extremely tired, low appetite, past history, no HIV, not vaccine, no syrgeries, no hypertension, exposed to patient, nodiabetes, family history, no signifacnt family history, crowded house, social, no smoking, not alcoholic, stopped his activities

examination, hand, no clupping, no lymph node evlargment, no liver or spleen enlargement, plural expansion normal, percussion : reasoning

tests results, X-ray, marked plural thickening in right upper lobe (consolidation), sputum, acid fast bacilli positive three times, mycobacteria identify, CBC, lymphopnea, mild anemia, esr high, sensitivity : mycobacterial TB sensitive to: INH, rifampin, and ethambutol, PPD, 16 high

40 minutes