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teachers.
please correct.

HISTORY:
patient is a 54 yrs old female with a BP.

PAST SURGICAL HISTORY:
She underwent fistula operation in 02/02/1999. Underwent sugery for U Hernia.

CURRENT MEDICATIONS:
Aten 50 mg daily at 9am.
lybotryp once a day at night time.
cremaffin white.
Neurobion IM/ once in a week for 6 weeks.
FAMILY HISTORY:
niddm, piles.
PHYSICAL EXAMINATION:
Respiratory exam is clear to auscultation. Heart normal in size , rate and rhythm. Normal S1 and S2.
No murmur. Extremities reveal edema due to BP drug.
---smdl
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with a BP? probably okay but I am not a doctor and do not know what a BP is- usually makes me think of blood pressure

54-yr old

a fistula operation

Neurobion/IM/once a week [six-week course]

seems basically ok- not sure what you are worried about as it is more like a list than a text....
Hi Student,

HISTORY:
patient is a 54-year-old female with a history of hypertension.

PAST SURGICAL HISTORY:
She underwent fistula operation in 02/02/1999. She has undergone surgery for Umbilical Hernia.

CURRENT MEDICATIONS:

Aten 50 mg - Once daily at 9am.
Lybotryp - Once daily at bed time.
Cremaffin white - (write when it is to be taken).
Neurobion - Once in a week for 6 weeks, intra-muscularly.

FAMILY HISTORY:
NIDDM (Non-insulin dependant diabetes mellitus), Piles
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studentmdlPHYSICAL EXAMINATION:
Respiratory exam is clear to auscultation. Heart normal in size , rate and rhythm. Normal S1 and S2.
No murmur. Extremities reveal edema due to BP drug.
The part which is quoted above is beyond my capacity to answer. Please contact your professor.

With best wishes,
Sri
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Hi Student,
studentmdlPHYSICAL EXAMINATION:
Respiratory exam is clear to auscultation. Heart normal in size , rate and rhythm. Normal S1 and S2.
No murmur. Extremities reveal edema due to BP drug.
Here is the correction suggested by some industry experts, and it must be in the following manner:

Respiratory exam is clear to auscultation. Heart normal in size. Regular rate and rhythm. Normal S1 and S2. No murmur.
studentmdlExtremities reveal edema due to BP drug.
Here, you need to put the drug name or the generic name instead of putting "BP drug"

Example;
1.Extremities reveal edema due to amlodipine.

With best wishes,
Sri
thnks vsrao teacher. smdl
vsrao teacher. one last doubt .. is it edema or oedema. I am confused. please explain. thanks , smdl.
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Hi,
Both are same.

Edema - American way of writing.
Oedema - British/Indian way of writing.

Sri
thanks teacher vsrao. smdl