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Review of Symptoms Checklist Mobile App

Physicians assess health problems and current symptoms to make a sound diagnosis and determine next steps for treatment. This also includes rating the pain level.

Common symptoms patients come to physicians with include heart palpitations, panic attacks, anxiety, digestive problems, bathroom problems, blood spots, high blood pressure, stomach pain, difficulty breathing, mood swings and more.

These signs and symptoms and more can help physicians to find out what the main issue is and trigger them to check for other related symptoms that the patient may not have caught themselves.

The Review of Symptoms Checklist mobile app was designed to assist physicians in reviewing a person's symptoms during office visits and examinations and speed up the process. The app is organized in an easy-to-follow way.

It includes checklists for the following areas: General, Skin, Head, Ears, Eyes, Nose, Throat, Neck, Breasts, Respiratory, Cardiovascular, Gastrointestinal, Urinary, Vascular, Musculoskeletal, Neurologic, Hematologic, Endocrine and Psychiatric. GoCanvas allows you to add and image to this app.

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Included Fields

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    Weight loss or gain

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    Fatigue

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    Fever or chills

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    Weakness

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    Trouble sleeping

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    Rashes

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    Lumps

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    Itching

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    Dryness

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    Color changes

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    Hair and nail changes

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    Headache

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    Head injury

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    Neck Pain

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    Decreased hearing

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    Ringing in ears

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    Earache

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    Drainage

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    Vision Loss/Changes

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    Glasses or contacts

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    Pain

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    Redness

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    Blurry or double vision

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    Flashing lights

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    Specks

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    Glaucoma

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    Cataracts

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    Last eye exam

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