Thus the doctors had to order tests that might not have been necessary had they known his medical history.
For example, they order fewer tests and don't enter the patient's room as often.
If something in the results looks irregular, the doctor might order further tests to pinpoint the problem.
The physician may order additional tests to help confirm the diagnosis.
Some doctors may order tests that check your immune system.
After conducting these interviews, primary care doctors can order tests based on each person's likely condition.
In some cases, the doctor may order tests of your nerves to be sure there is no nerve damage.
Your doctor will order tests and suggest medicines for you to take.
In many such cases, the physicians give up and order new tests.
Your doctor may order other tests to look at blood flow to your heart.