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History of presenting complaint

  • Explore each symptom (including further symptoms you elicit in system reviews)
    • Timeframe
      • Duration
      • Onset (sudden or gradual)
      • Progression
      • Timing (intermittent or continuous)
    • Symptom-specific questions, e.g. SOCRATES for pain (see exploring symptoms)
  • Paediatric systems review (similar to adults but slightly different)
    • General: fever, behaviour, activity/apathy/alertness, rashes, growth and weight
    • Cardiorespiratory: cough, noisy breathing (stridor, croup, wheeze), dyspnoea, cyanosis
    • Gastrointestinal: vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhoea/constipation
    • Genitourinary: wetting nappies/toilet trained, dysuria, frequency
    • Neuromuscular: seizures/fits, headaches, abnormal movements
    • ENT: sore throat, snoring, noisy breathing, earache

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History of presenting complaint

  • Explore each symptom (including further symptoms you elicit in system reviews)
    • Timeframe
      • Duration
      • Onset (sudden or gradual)
      • Progression
      • Timing (intermittent or continuous)
    • Symptom-specific questions, e.g. SOCRATES for pain (see exploring symptoms)
  • Paediatric systems review (similar to adults but slightly different)
    • General: fever, behaviour, activity/apathy/alertness, rashes, growth and weight
    • Cardiorespiratory: cough, noisy breathing (stridor, croup, wheeze), dyspnoea, cyanosis
    • Gastrointestinal: vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhoea/constipation
    • Genitourinary: wetting nappies/toilet trained, dysuria, frequency
    • Neuromuscular: seizures/fits, headaches, abnormal movements
    • ENT: sore throat, snoring, noisy breathing, earache

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The definition of sepsis is: Sepsis is a life-threatening condition that occurs when the body’s response to an infection is unregulated, leading to widespread inflammation, tissue damage, and organ dysfunction. It requires prompt recognition and treatment to prevent severe complications or death.

The definition of sepsis is: Sepsis is a life-threatening condition that occurs when the body’s response to an infection is unregulated, leading to widespread inflammation, tissue damage, and organ dysfunction. It requires prompt recognition and treatment to prevent severe complications or death.

The definition of sepsis is:
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You can use the highlighted background area like this…Causes of aortic stenosis:

  • Calcification
  • Rheumatic heart disease
  • Idiopathic

SignsSymptoms
Heart failureCan be asymptomatic
Irregularly irregular pulsePalpitations
Dyspnoea
Syncope
Exercise intolerance

Check U&E’s
ECG features:
PMH – chronic renal failure, AKI on this admission, metabolic acidosis
Tx – Calcium gluconate 10ml of 10%, actrapid 10 units in 50ml of 50% dextrose
Repeat U&Es in 4 hours

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