Allergic Rhinitis Assessment/Plan

Allergy & Otolaryngology, Assessment & Plan Elements, Objective/Exam Elements
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[/html][checkbox memo="Short Version" name="short" value=""][conditional field="short" condition="(short).is('')"][textarea cols=80 rows=5 default="Assessment: Allergic rhinitis
Plan: Discussed issues to decrease irritants/exposures, including hand washing, awareness of peak season, and time of day. ***Enter medication prescribed*** Side effects, risks, and benefits of medications discussed. Discussed over-the-counter medication options, risks, and benefits. Communicate back if symptoms are not well controlled."][/conditional][checkbox memo="Long Version" name="long" value=""][conditional field="long" condition="(long).is('')"][textarea cols=80 rows=1 default="Assessment: Allergic rhinitis"]
Plan: [checkbox value="Fexofenadine 60 mg twice a day|Fexofenadine 180 mg 1 tab daily|Loratidine 10 mg daily|Cetirizine 10 mg 1 tab daily|Over the counter antihistamines|Nasacort 2 sprays each nostril daily|Flonase 2 sprays each nostril daily|Beconase 2 sprays each nostril twice daily|Rhinocort 2 sprays each nostril twice daily|Reviewed with patient potential side effects/interactions of medication|Samples given and a written prescription for three months supply if effective|Discussed decreasing exposure to environmental allergies|To follow up if no relief"][/conditional]
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