HIM FPX 4610 Assessment 1 Progress Note: The Skin
Skin Progress Note Template
Inflammation or infection of the stomach
A procedure used to examine the throat, stomach, and small intestine through a scope
Arms and legs (HIM FPX 4610 Assessment 1 Progress Note: The Skin)
Flat, pigmented lesion measuring less than 1 cm
A straight line or line like
Fatty lump usually harmless
Inflammation of the skin accompanied by intense itching, rash & often on face, hands, or elbows
Flushing of the skin or redness
Oriented to person, place, and time
On the surface of the skin
Study of disease
Below the skin
Means both sides of the body
An exam performed on the integumentary system which include examination of the skin and its accessory structures (hair, glands, and nails
Larger bone in the forearm
Small, slow growing, noncancerous bump beneath the skin
Means scratches, scrapes, or small skin openings
“These “progress notes” serve as the repository of medical facts and clinical thinking, and are intended as a concise vehicle of communication about a patient’s condition to those who access the health record. They should be readable, easily understood, complete, accurate, and concise” (Aghili,1997).
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