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USMLE Step 2 CS Mnemonics Mnemonics, acronyms, reminders, and memorizing tips for the USMLE Step 2 CS Exam.


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Help Newly Diagnosed DM

Does anyone know any mnemonics for questions to ask a patient who has recently been diagnosed with Diabetes? I know what to ask for a patient who is coming in for a follow up after 10 years of disease but what about someone who was diagnosed last week?
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T diabetes miss mellitus
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Child with DM case.

T-DIABETES MISS H-MELLITUS

1. Type of diabetes

2. Description of symptoms at the time of diagnosis(thirst, frequent urination )
3. Irritability
4. Abnormal thirst and urination at present time
5. Birth hx
6. Eating(diet)
7. Tiredness(fatigue)
8. Effect on child/parent
9. Sleep problems

10. Meds compliance
11. Injection site
12. Schedule for insulin
12. Sugar levels(management at home, lowest and highest numbers of glucose)

13. Hypoglycemia episodes(dizziness, sweating, hunger)

14. Mood
15. Exercise
16. LMP
17. LOC
18. Itch
19. Tingling/numbness
20. Urinary habits change
21. Super child- weight gain/ loss
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