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Mini Mental Status Exam Spanish
Don't understand: The question? There are really no teaching plans for altered mental status. You need to figure out the cause and treat it if possible. ...Read more
Eventually impaires : All areas of function in this question eventually become effected more or less. No one answer. The type of dementia plays a big role in these areas. Fronto-temp. Dementia often starts at earlier ages and is often mistaken as a primary psychiatric condition as cognition is relatively spared in early stages but behaviors may be very inappropriate. Disability may be needed which becomes another issue. ...Read more
20% of patients in a: middle-class (low risk) pediatric practice have psychosocial disorders. Many pediatricians use well- validated, age-appropriate standardized screens, listed on www.dhs.state.mn.us/main/idcplg?IdcService=GET_DYNAMIC_CONVERSION&RevisionSelectionMethod=LatestReleased&dDocName=dhs16_149102 or CHADIS, a web-based program that scores pre-visit parent & teacher questionnaires for the doctor's review. ...Read more
Child's MH: A Child Psychiatrist obtains thorough history from family or caretakers, performs Mental status exam, and orders further testing such as Psychological testing, to provide provisional diagnosis. ...Read more
Interesting question: Behavior ;#40;i think is most important;#41; and genetic predisposition are the primary contributors to your bodily reaction to bacteria in the mouth. "non-behavioral" biologics would be inflammation ;#40;auto-immune;#41;, cancer, gerd, trauma and developmental anomalies. In my experience, they are rare and ~80-90% of what I do is behaviorally mediated as a general dentist--usually tobacco or diet-related. ...Read more
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Can a md. Deny medicare-paid hospice end-stage dementia patient physical therapy if patient's family requests it to maintain movement with new law?
Hmmm . . . : Could there maybe be a disagreement between this physician and your family about what's in the patient's best interests? This is a deep discussion that involves much thought and consideration, and which deserves scheduled time with your relative's doctor to go over treatment plans, prognosis, etc. Maybe such a discussion can resolve these issues? Doctors want to help, not hurt or harm. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Daughter saw hospital mental health person 1x released no problem found does this info get sent to state mental health office on record forever?
Recorded somewhere: We live in a world of recordkeeping.I know of no one looking to keep track of everyone that sees a mental health counselor.However, you can be assured that an insurance company and/or the facility records the encounter by date and time with a related diagnostic label. It is how they justify paying for services or making them available. ...Read more
Both terms are broad: Mental health professions vary widely on amount and type of training. Also, there are even wider differences in types and severity of mental illness. It's unlikely that highly trained professionals suffer severe disabling mental illness as licensing & other credentialing would weed them out. But, it's likely that some have had personal therapy since they know it's helpful & life's not always easy. ...Read more
I'm 36 and have 2 copies of APOE4 per Pathway Genomics. I have mild cognitive issues. What testing is appropriate that insurance will cover?
Careful: Insurance ≠: issues. Typical larger issue is NMR-lipoproteins by Vantera Analyzer, the primary driver of arterial disease & strokes, along with ?ed BP. So optimize LDL to <400 nmol/L & large HDL to >9 umol/L by NMR along with HbA1c <5.0% & Systolic BP <120 mmHg. Also study the work of Leah Makley (more details later) ...Read more
Lacunar infarct dec.2012, 47yr. Male, normal bloodwork, sympt. Persist h/a and sensory, take assa81, bp.130/90, family history hypertension. Prevent.Advice?
Look for other cause: A lacunar infarct is a kind of a stroke due to lack of blood, and therefore lack of oxygen to a part of the brain. Reducing risk of stroke involves blood thinners like aspirin, cholesterol management, stress and blood pressure control. With headache, look for other causes other than the stroke which if chronic, typically is not a cause of a headache. ...Read more
Please explain which developments occurred with mental health institutions that helped mental health patients?
Mental Health: Are you asking a historical question?Get a more detailed answer ›
Axiety: Here is one example. Let's say a person becomes very anxious, for whatever reason. If he/she is anxious enough and for a long enough period of time, sleep loss begins, and then overeating or undereating, then the immune system can slowly be compromised, which means more physical illness, and in dire, extreme prolonged cases, ulcers and cardiac issues, just to name a few. ...Read more
Shouldn't: affect the ability to get an imaging study as long as it is indicated medically. Still, it is true that in certain communities and in certain cultures that doesn't happen. Certain cultures will not allow a male physician examine a female patient nor matter how urgent. Some communities are under served, a very complicated problem. ...Read more
A little unclear ??: Are you maybe asking whether primary care doctors treat people with mental health diagnoses differently from other patients? I'm not sure this is what you mean -- but if so, all patients should receive the same level of care. However, mental health issues do impact overall health and how able people are to participate in their care. Mental health needs consideration in the whole picture. ...Read more
I'm 61 w/heart, brain, kidney conditions including chf, af, bypass, lacunar stroke. I'm avoiding md visits i need. Could a case manager help me?
No.: A case manager is not a replacement for your doctor by any means. With all those underlying medical conditions, you should be getting care regularly. You can avoid the doctor, but you won't be able to avoid the problems your diseases are bringing. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Global health organisation warns families to prepare emergency family plan: what medicine and supplies.?
Six basic supplies: 1 water mke sure you have water for basic needs for 3 days 2 food non perishable for st least 3 days 3 first aid and supplies 4 clothing and beddings appropriate 5 tools and special items like flash lights and fresh batteries 6 battery powered communication devices and dont forget copies of important documents like drivers licence, passports. Prescription medicines and over the counter meds. ...Read more
Is seeing a psychologist 7 times for life changing issues like identity theft kids moving out etc considered mental illness on employment app?
Unclear: I'm not sure I understand your question.. It's not mental illness to work on issues and changing behavior. ...Read more
How do you psychologists considered the current state of things when considering the state of things? Example, george orwell's 1984 / lobotomy / gov
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