Pediatrics : Physiologic Data

    • Physiologic Data
      • Current health status
        • Health maintenance pattern and last visit
        • Up to date?
        • Safety
        • Activity and exercise
        • Nutrition
        • Sleep
        • Family history
          • Health background
          • Changes in family or family life
            • Separation, divorce, or death of a parent
            • Who lives in the household?
        • Age-specific issues
          • Newborns
          • Children
            • Daily routines
          • Adolescents
            • HEEADSSS
              • Home environment, education & employment, eating, activities, drugs, sexualities, suicidal thoughts, safety
      • Medication
        • Prescribed and over the counter (OTC)
      • Allergies
      • Immunization status

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