EMBASE 1980 to 2009 Week 35
IC_historytaking_Embase_170709

#SearchesResults
1exp NEWBORN/184280
2(newborn$ or neonate$).tw.100609
3exp CHILD/649198
4infan$.tw.176819
5(baby or babies).tw.28452
6child$.tw.507803
7exp CHILDHOOD/16160
8exp ADOLESCENCE/26729
9(adolescen$ or teenager$).tw.91941
10or/1-91083660
11CONSTIPATION/28657
12constipat$.ti.2820
13((difficult$ or delay$ or irregular$ or infrequen$ or pain$) adj3 (defecat$ or stool$ or faeces or feces or bowel movement$)).tw.833
14encopresis.tw.356
15FECES IMPACTION/488
16coprostasis.tw.18
17or/11-1629713
18MEDICAL HISTORY TAKING/80744
19(history adj2 (take or taking)).ti,ab.2595
20Anamnesis.ti,ab.2269
21heteroanamnesis.ti,ab.6
22or/18-2183631
23physical examination.ti,ab. or PHYSICAL EXAMINATION/79955
24(physical adj inspection).ti,ab.37
25palpatation.ti,ab.3
26percussion.ti,ab. or PERCUSSION/1651
27AUSCULTATION/1326
28AUSCULTATION/ or Auscultation.ti,ab.2589
29((physical or body or bodily) adj2 (check$ or exam$ or explor$ or inspect$ or investigat$ or perlustrat$ or perus$ or prob$ or scan$)).ti,ab.36092
30or/23-2993092
3122 or 30157261
3210 and 17 and 31341

From: Appendix I, Search Strategies

Cover of Constipation in Children and Young People
Constipation in Children and Young People: Diagnosis and Management of Idiopathic Childhood Constipation in Primary and Secondary Care.
NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 99.
National Collaborating Centre for Women's and Children's Health (UK).
London: RCOG Press; 2010.
Copyright © 2010, National Collaborating Centre for Women's and Children's Health.

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