NursingSKL clinical tip
When approaching a patient with a headache, as a nurse, there are two critical questions that you must ask your patient.
In this particular situation, the patient had a two-month history of a headache. They did not complain of any pins or needles or of any weakness. Their neurologic examination was unremarkable. A dilated eye examination demonstrated bilateral swelling of the optic discs. An MRI demonstrated a brain tumor (a glioblastoma).
In this video, you will learn the three key questions to ask a patient with a headache.
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