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IMED2003 Midterm: Revision 2 NotesPremium

2 pages48 viewsSpring 2018

Department
Integrated Medical Sciences
Course Code
IMED2003
Professor
Kellie Bennett
Study Guide
Midterm

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IMED2003: Revision 2 Notes
Clinical Evaluation of Patient/Patient Group
Steps:
A thoughtful assessment incorporating all the pertinent data.
For individuals:
A comprehensive understanding of pathophysiology and the
thorough history and physical examination are a good starting point
for the process.
STEP 1: ASK
STEPS
1. Formulate an answerable clinical question
2. CRITICAL: clarify one or two key issues that come up
3. Hence, can develop a focused clinical question.
a. A clinical question needs to be directly relevant to the patient or problem
at hand and phrased in such a way as to facilitate the search for an
answer.
Anatomy of a good clinical question PICO
Patient, population or problem of interest
Intervention (exposure/indicator, diagnostic prognostic factor, treatment)
Comparison
Outcome
Type of question
Type of research design
Types of Questions
Diagnosis or screening
Establishing the power of a test to differentiate between those with and
without the disease or condition of interest
Therapy/Intervention
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