Which of the following are the key components of a POVR? Check all that apply.
Doctor's name and clinic address
A minimum database is:
What the computer program (such as Avimark or Intravet) suggests for patient diagnostics.
The least amount of information you would gather from a specific patient at your practice (such as signalment and history).
A research term, and refers to current bioinformatic efforts to trace disease epidemiology.
A mental wordlist a 4th year student or recent graduate assembles before proceeding with a physical exam.
A minimum database is problem specific.
The components of a minimum database are consistent across all types of practice.
In terms of POVR, a Problem is (check all that apply):
Always temporary and fixable with therapeutics, surgery, etc.
A missed vaccination.
An owner who consistently runs late.
Anything that interferes with the animal's well-being.
May require further evaluation and treatment.
Your current appointment is a 7 month old intact female boxer. Her owner complains that she's urinating and drinking often, but otherwise seems to be in good spirits. On examination her temperature is slightly elevated. You've collected a cystocentesis for urinalysis but have not evaluated the laboratory results yet. If you were to stop what you were doing at this instant and enter this puppy's Problem into her POVMR, you would put:
Urinary tract infection
At what point do problems on the temporary problem list make it to the master problem list?
When they've persisted for 24 hours.
When they've persisted for 48 hours.
We always put temporary problems onto the master problem list.
Problems on the temporary problem list are ordered according to:
How long the patient has been suffering from them.
When you noticed them in your physical exam.
Bifurcation refers to:
Chunking categories of causative agents into 2 broad categories, and then using simple tests to rule out entire categories.
Separating problems on the temporary master list into categories on the master problem list.
Removing an animal from its owner for a certain procedure.
Which of the following are components of a daily progress note? Check all that apply.
Master problem list
Client billing information
When it comes to 4th year, which component of the SOAP is especially important for our evaluation?
Subjective - it demonstrates that we are capable of evaluating our patients.
Objective - it demonstrates that we are capable of reading labwork.
Assessment - it demonstrates that we recognize the medical issues within our patient and have a good understanding of how to handle them.
Plan - it demonstrates our time management and organization.
The "P" section of the SOAP is the:
Daily plan, and it includes diagnostics and treatments to be run/administered in the next 24 hours.
Daily plan, and it includes diagnostics/treatments to be run/administered over the course of the next week.
Physical exam, and it includes the subjective portion of our patient assessment.
Physical exam, and it includes the objective portion of our patient assessment.