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Clinical Cardiology – Current Practice Guidelines Updated Edition 2018 Ebook PDF download

Clinical Cardiology – Current Practice Guidelines Updated Edition 2018

Clinical Cardiology – Current Practice Guidelines Updated Edition 2018 Ebook PDF download

Clinical Cardiology – Current Practice Guidelines Updated Edition 2018
Clinical Cardiology – Current Practice Guidelines Updated Edition 2018

 

Start downloading Clinical Cardiology – Current Practice Guidelines Updated Edition 2018 Ebook PDF .before you download  please take a look on this book features ..since most if the hospitals are computarized in deleveloping countries but still there is no single correct way to write a medical clerking, but there are several incorrect ways! Most hospitals have their own clerking forms.

Irrespective of whether you are using one of these or simply a continuation sheet in the notes, remember that doctors, nurses, phys- iotherapists and many other health professionals use the medical notes during the course of a patient’s medical care.

The notes need to last for years and your entries in them may provide valuable information to doctors looking after the patient in several years’ time. It is also worth remembering that the medical notes are legal documents that might one day be used as evidence in a court of law.

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The basic principles From Clinical Cardiology – Current Practice Guidelines Updated Edition

  • Always write legibly – this sounds obvious, but notes are often illegible. Remember, if no one else can read your entry you might as well not write anything.
  • A date and time should precede every entry, no mat- ter how brief. At the end of the entry you should sign your name and, if your signature does not clearly show your name, your surname and initials should be written in capitals below it.

 

There are no exceptions to this rule ever!

  • Always be courteous to your patients and colleagues when writing in the notes.
  • Rude or angry entries may give a certain degree of satisfaction when they are made, but serve only to make you look unprofes- sional when read at a later date.
  • Write everything down every time you see a pa- tient an entry should be made in the notes, stating accurately the content and outcome of the consultation.

This may sometimes seem pedantic, but most qualified doctors will be able to recall situations when careful documentation resolved a difficult situation.

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