PAP 212 History and Physical Examination III
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Reinforces the techniques required to perform the complete physical examination of patients of all ages. Practice sessions and mock patients are used to develop the practical skills necessary to perform these tasks. Also teaches basic diagnostic and therapeutic clinical skills and procedures most commonly used in a primary care setting. Covers preparation of the patient, anatomical considerations, patient consent, potential complications, and clarification of therapeutic and diagnostic value of clinical procedures. This course is a continuation of PAP 211.
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