SOAP note, Case study on Seasonal allergic rhinitis
Your finished case study should be only between 500 to 1500 words in length. Therefore, you will need to write efficiently and avoid unnecessary flowery language.
Case Presentation: Make up a case study related to seasonal allergic rhinitis
Describe the complaint that brought the patient to you. It is often useful to use in the patient’s own words.
Introduce only important information that you obtained from your history taking. You don’t need to include every detail, just the information that helped you lead to a differential diagnosis.
Present in a narrative format, full sentences which efficiently summarize the results of your questioning. The history frequently leads to a differential diagnosis.
FOR THIS CASE STUDY NO PHYSICAL EXAMINATION DESCRIPTION IS NECESSARY, UNLESS YOU FEEL IT IS IMPERATIVE TO YOUR ASSESSMENT.
Note any tests, labs, x-rays, procedures that were done.
Note differential diagnoses (must have at least3 differential diagnosis)
Management and outcome: describe the plan of care, as well as the care, which was specifically provided, and the outcome.
References: At least 3-4 evidenced based references should be used. Only use references that you have read and understood and actually used to support your case study.