Topic Outline for Medical Chinese Test
Basic patient condition, previous treatment, examination data, diagnosis results, patient demands, etc.
Course of illness communication, etiology analysis, diagnosis and differential diagnosis, medication situation, possible adverse reactions after medication, treatment effect, treatment plan, etc.
Operational instructions, treatment instructions, assistance instructions.
General information inquiry: name, age, gender, marital status, phone number, address, medical insurance situation, etc.
General illness inquiry: chief complaint, onset inducement, affected area, symptom characteristics (nature of symptoms, frequency of attacks, aggravating and relieving factors, accompanying symptoms, etc.), course of illness, diagnosis and treatment history, treatment effect, current treatment plan, other chronic disease history, infectious disease history, surgical history, blood transfusion history, trauma history, allergy history, personal history, family genetic history, marriage and childbirth history, menstrual history (for females), etc.
Emergency patient inquiry: sudden illness inquiry, patient onset process, symptoms and signs during onset, medical history, treatment already received, etc.
Clinical manifestations: typical symptoms of diseases related to departments such as general internal medicine, general surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, etc.
Diagnostic results: graded diagnostic results, etc.
Routine examination: blood pressure, body temperature, pulse, respiration, etc.
Laboratory examination: blood routine, urine routine, stool routine, biochemical examination, etc.
Imaging examination: MRI, CT, X-ray, ultrasound, isotope examination, angiography, etc.
Endoscopic examination: bronchoscopy, gastroscopy, colonoscopy, etc.
Pathological examination: biopsy.
Daily nursing: keeping warm, exercise, emotional regulation, dietary taboos, daily routine, etc.
Drug treatment: medication instructions, contraindications, adverse reactions, laboratory indicators to be monitored after medication, etc.
Hospitalization treatment: consultation and introduction before hospitalization, ward rounds communication, discharge instructions, etc.
Surgical treatment: purpose, plan, process, preoperative and postoperative precautions, etc.
Treatment methods: chemotherapy, radiotherapy, isolation treatment for infectious diseases, etc.
Treatment plan: informing and discussing treatment plans, etc.
4. Chief Complaint
Duration of illness, description of symptoms (such as headache, nausea, dizziness, fever, seizures, etc.), time of symptom exacerbation or duration of symptoms.
Etiology and condition, medication treatment, daily precautions, prognosis, persuasion and comfort, health education for various diseases.
Examination and treatment: instructions for examination and treatment of related diseases in internal medicine, surgery, gynecology, pediatrics, orthopedics, acupuncture, massage, etc.
Medical procedures: instructions for medical procedures such as examination departments, surgical treatment, payment, etc.
Patient condition communication: surgical situation, postoperative recovery situation, medication situation, urination and defecation situation, comprehensive description of emergency status, nursing situation such as nasogastric tube and urinary catheter, bedridden patient pressure sore situation, etc.
Examination items, treatment steps, treatment time and special situations, nursing precautions, required equipment and medication.
Before seeking medical attention: registration, triage, appointment, medical guidance, physician introduction, payment, etc.
During medical treatment: medication usage, recovery progress, postoperative precautions, medication precautions, family accompaniment and support, patient comfort, special care requirements, etc.
Guidance, medication administration, critical time points, addressing questions, managing admission and discharge procedures, etc.
Medical consultation, nursing consultation, post-treatment consultation, etc.