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Inspection Use of observation and visuals to detect physical problems.
Palpation The use of the sense of touch to examine the patient for physical problems.
Percussion The tapping or striking the body usually using the fingers or an instrument.
Auscultation Use of a stethoscope to listen to sounds arising form the body.
Mensuration The process of measuring the body such as height and weight.
Manipulation Passive movement of a joint to determine range of motion.
Supine Position Patient lies flat on their back facing upward.
Prone Position The patinet is laying face downward.
Dorsal Recumbent Position Patient lies face upward with the knees bent and the fet flat on the examination table.
Sims Positon The patient lies on their left side with their left leg straight and their right leg bent.
Lithotomy Position The patient is on their back with their legs up in stirrups.
High Fowler's Position Patient is sitting up to a 90 degree angle.
Semi Fowler's Position Patient is sitting up at a 45 degree angle.
Knee Chest Position The patient rests on the knees and the chest with the head turned to one side while resting on both arms.
Trendelenburg Position The patient is lying flat face up and the hips and legs are straight and are elevated above the chest and head.
POMR Problem Oriented Medical Records
SOAP Subjective, Objective, Assessment and Plan
CMR Computerized Medical Records
ROS Review Of Systems
BPM Beats Per Minute
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