Presenting Symptoms in Respiratory Disease

What was discussed:

  • The art of taking a good history
  • Presenting respiratory symptoms and how to differentiate them from other systems
  • The useful SOCRATES acronym

The presentation is available for download here.

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3 Comments on “Presenting Symptoms in Respiratory Disease”

  1. malkhairalla Says:

    Presentation will be uploaded later!

  2. Marge Says:

    Something I didn’t manage to write down in the lecture – what does the acronym JACCOL stand for? Thanks!

    • dundeechest Says:

      Jaundice
      Anaemia
      Cyanosis
      Clubbing
      Oedema
      Lymphadenopathy

      It’s a little known fact that we should really call it Edema, like the Americans do, but we don’t. Same with Fetus. I’m sticking with Oesophagus, mind you.


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