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A doctor will ask about symptoms and medical history and will carry out a physical examination. They may suspect pneumonia if they hear coarse breathing, wheezing, crackling, or decreased breath sounds when listening to the chest through a stethoscope. The doctor may also check the oxygen levels in the blood with a painless monitor on the finger called a pulse oximeter. Chest X-rays can confirm a pneumonia diagnosis and show which areas of the lungs are affected. A CT scan of the chest may provide more detailed information. Blood tests measure the white blood cell count. This helps determine how severe the infection is, and whether a bacteria, virus, or fungus is the likely cause. Blood cultures may reveal whether the microorganism from the lungs has spread into the blood stream. An arterial blood gas (ABG) blood test may provide a more accurate reading of the body's oxygen and carbon dioxide levels and other factors. A sputum analysis can determine which organism is causing the pneumonia. A bronchoscopy is sometimes used for further investigation.
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Physical Examination Of Your Pet Dog by JANET COMBS *******www.special-dog**** - With Over 40 Years of Personal Experience, and over 14 Years as a Professional Breeder, and with the Ideas Developed from Extensive Research's over that time Here are My Recommendations For Every Pet Lovers.
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Take a benifit by view webinar on evaluation and management physical examination coding by Jen Godreau, BA, CPC, CPEDC. She is Content director of Inhealthcare`s Supercoder.
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Abdomen Physical examination The abdominal exam has conventionally been split into different stages: Preparation/Positioning of the patient. Inspection of the patient and their the visible characteristics of their abdomen. Auscultation of the abdomen with a stethoscope. Palpation of the patient's abdomen and abdominal organs.
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By JANET COMBS *******www.special-dog**** - With Over 40 Years of Personal Experience, and over 14 Years as a Professional Breeder, and with the Ideas Developed from Extensive Research's over that time Here are My Recommendations For Every Pet Lovers.
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*******supercoder**** Embrace the Gray Area That Can Lift Service Levels. If you are in the medical coding industry this is a must see video. Presented by Jen Godreau, BA, CPC, CPEDC Part 1 of 3 Distributed by Tubemogul.
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*******supercoder**** Embrace the Gray Area That Can Lift Service Levels. If you are in the medical coding profession then this is a must see video. Presented by Jen Godreau, BA, CPC, CPEDC Part 2 of 3 Distributed by Tubemogul.
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*******supercoder**** Embrace the Gray Area That Can Lift Service Levels. If you are in the medical coding profession then this is a must see video. Presented by Jen Godreau, BA, CPC, CPEDC Part 3 of 3 Distributed by Tubemogul.
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they can try break the world record..... Usually, vertical jump measurements, commonly referred to as "my vert", are used primarily in athletic circles both to measure performance and as something athletes brag about among themselves. The most common sports in which one's vertical jump is measured are track and field, basketball, Football, and volleyball, but many sports measure their player's vertical jumping ability during physical examinations.The simplest method to measure an athlete's vertical jump is to get the athlete to reach up against a flat wall, with a flat surface under their feet (such as a gym floor or concrete) and mark off the highest point they can reach flat-footed.(this is referred to as "standing reach"). Then, instruct the athlete to take several jumps from a standstill, marking off the highest point they can reach. Next, measure the distance between the two. This is the athlete's standing vertical jump.
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