More here continuing from #24- Relational Corresponding Pain Chart Part A- Section 4 & Part- B- Sections 5 & 6 Doctors have more reason to take care in their estimations making diagnoses because beyond injury pain can grow infectious pains from lack of proper treatment…
It is hard enough to have an issue that causes pain, a broken on my left foot next to the smallest toe that was dislocated in the 2000 car accident, took over 4 months to stop hindering my steps. No my toe did not hurt when I was in bed, but walking is a part of life, and walking with a smaller broken toe can be done, it can still cause pain. The injured toe, as healing, didn’t remain isolated away from life so there were times when it got bruised while it was healing. Areas that are exposed to injury can suffer more pain as well as more associable issues with infection. This can cause more pain issues also, the UTI examples are infections of various types for many situations.
Doctors often run a temperature on people, but what about people who do not have normal body temperatures? The Disabled World, Feb. 21, 2018, article about temperature says that an adult person who has “normal body temperature ranges in the mouth (oral) [that] is about 36.8°C (98.2°F)” temperature normal, then the concern because “[a] temperature over 38°C (100.4°F) most often means you have a fever caused by infection or illness.” This means that the normal temperature person has changed temperature 2.2oF to 2.7oF in order to have a high temperature. “[A] fever is indicated when body temperature rises about one degree or more over the normal temperature.
My normal is 97.3oF to 97.7oF using a mouth thermometer, which means that at 99.1 OR 99.5 I would be in fever. The hyperthermia has not been heard by the doctors because they ASSume that the normal is the same for me just like it is for everyone else. AND it is NOT! For over a year now I’ve had temperatures more than a degree over normal, and that’s one of the only infection sign I know has been tested for and there are other tests.
Defining Care Information So Patients have more knowledge
In general when doctors ask me if I have any questions, I don’t have any at that moment. For me questions arise in the time after their care AND in association with taking the time to work on understanding what is shared along with why they made the comments they did. So if a doctor makes a care statement, they should also have a reason to give me as well as a general detail so I can get their understanding to a better degree…
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Rhapsodie’s Visual PAIN Diary- From September 2013 into April 2017
- #11- 2013
- #12- June 2014
- #13- July 2014
- #14- August 2014 to Summer 2016
- #15- July through December 2016
- #16- Winter into Spring 2017
- #17- April 2017
- #18- February 2018- With Updated Assessments & Images
Rhapsodie’s ideas to improve Medical ASSESSMENTS by doctors
- #19- Medical ASSESSMENT Improvement Ideas Begin With
- #20- For Doctors & Medical People to Work On Continuously
- #21- Improve Medical Assessments & Limit Legal Hassles
- #22- Patient’s & Doctor’s NEED to Communicate Well
- #23- Relational Corresponding PAIN Chart Part- A- Section 1 through 4a
- #24- Relational Corresponding Pain Chart Part A- Section 4 & Part- B- Sections 5 & 6
- #25- Infectious PAIN Variances
- #26- Your healthcare is YOUR HEALTHCARE!
- #27- Good COMMUNICATION a Necessity
- #28- More ACCURATE ASSESSMENTS with Good Reporting, Filing, & Reviewing
- #29- OUR Responsibilities!
- #30- Growing PAIN Problems