problem pertinent ROS

Spanish translation: revisión de sistemas directamente relacionados con el problema descrito (ROS)

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English term or phrase:problem pertinent ROS
Spanish translation:revisión de sistemas directamente relacionados con el problema descrito (ROS)
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22:03 Nov 16, 2006
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Medical - Psychology / Psychiatry initial exam
English term or phrase: problem pertinent ROS
HISTORY: XX is a married hispanic 60 year old woman. Her chief complaint is depression. Difficulty making decisions, sleep difficulty [...]. Based on the risk of morbidity or death without treatment and her report of the level of interference with funcioning, degree of symptons is considered severe.
Problem Pertinent ROS: Episodes of depressed mood occur daily. She describes feelings of sadness. Loss of energy and motivation.
MUCHAS GRACIAS POR ADELANTADO
Silvia Montufo Urquízar
Spain
Local time: 07:00
revisión de sistemas directamente relacionados con el problema descrito (ROS)
Explanation:
Silvia,
Quizás te ayude esta explicación:

"...The review of systems (ROS). The ROS is a series of questions that helps identify signs and/or symptoms that the patient may be experiencing or has experienced.

The following systems will be recognized as part of the ROS: constitutional symptoms (e.g., fever, weight loss, vital signs); eyes, ears, nose, mouth and throat; cardiovascular; respiratory; gastrointestinal; genitourinary; musculoskeletal; integumentary (skin and/or breast); neurological; psychiatric; endocrine; hematologic/lymphatic; and allergic/immunologic.

In addition, there are three types of ROS.

***For the problem-pertinent ROS, your documentation must show the patient's positive responses and pertinent negatives for the system related to the problem identified in the HPI.***
For the extended ROS, your documentation must show the patient's positive responses and pertinent negatives for two to nine systems related to the problem or problems identified in HPI.
For the complete ROS, your documentation must show that at least 10 organ systems have been reviewed. Those systems with positive or pertinent negative responses must be individually documented. For the remaining systems, a notation indicating all other systems are negative is permissable. In the absence of such a notation, at least 10 systems must be individually documented. ..."

Saludos cordiales.

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Note added at 20 mins (2006-11-16 22:23:45 GMT)
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Una referencia en español:

"...De acuerdo a éstas categorías principales, y en relación directa con el incremento en la complejidad de los diferentes tipos de problemas de salud, se amplía la necesidad de obtener y documentar más información de los elementos que conforman el historial de un paciente: (Queja principal, Historia de la enfermedad actual, ****Revisión de sistemas (ROS)**** e Historial pasado familiar y social), de manera que, según se hace más complejo el problema, se requiere documentar los datos obtenidos como se describe a
continuación..."
http://www.triples-med.org/webmedicare/recursos/evaluacion_m...
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problem pertinent ros
revisión de sistemas directamente relacionados con el problema descrito (ROS)


Explanation:
Silvia,
Quizás te ayude esta explicación:

"...The review of systems (ROS). The ROS is a series of questions that helps identify signs and/or symptoms that the patient may be experiencing or has experienced.

The following systems will be recognized as part of the ROS: constitutional symptoms (e.g., fever, weight loss, vital signs); eyes, ears, nose, mouth and throat; cardiovascular; respiratory; gastrointestinal; genitourinary; musculoskeletal; integumentary (skin and/or breast); neurological; psychiatric; endocrine; hematologic/lymphatic; and allergic/immunologic.

In addition, there are three types of ROS.

***For the problem-pertinent ROS, your documentation must show the patient's positive responses and pertinent negatives for the system related to the problem identified in the HPI.***
For the extended ROS, your documentation must show the patient's positive responses and pertinent negatives for two to nine systems related to the problem or problems identified in HPI.
For the complete ROS, your documentation must show that at least 10 organ systems have been reviewed. Those systems with positive or pertinent negative responses must be individually documented. For the remaining systems, a notation indicating all other systems are negative is permissable. In the absence of such a notation, at least 10 systems must be individually documented. ..."

Saludos cordiales.

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Note added at 20 mins (2006-11-16 22:23:45 GMT)
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Una referencia en español:

"...De acuerdo a éstas categorías principales, y en relación directa con el incremento en la complejidad de los diferentes tipos de problemas de salud, se amplía la necesidad de obtener y documentar más información de los elementos que conforman el historial de un paciente: (Queja principal, Historia de la enfermedad actual, ****Revisión de sistemas (ROS)**** e Historial pasado familiar y social), de manera que, según se hace más complejo el problema, se requiere documentar los datos obtenidos como se describe a
continuación..."
http://www.triples-med.org/webmedicare/recursos/evaluacion_m...


    Reference: http://www.acponline.org/journals/news/nov97/newem.htm
Vocabulum (X)
Local time: 00:00
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Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in category: 16
Grading comment
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Sergio Cortés: ¡Muy buena respuesta! Vocablum
1 hr
  -> Agradezco tu amabilidad, Sergio. ¡Saludos! :)

agree  Roxanna Delgado
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  -> Muchas gracias, Roxanna. :)
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