Well that depends on what roll you play in the patient care. If you are a doctor, well, I hope you aren't (seriously hope you aren't the doctor). If you are the pharmacist, then drug interactions, side effects, previous responses to medications of this type, etc. (ok... I hope you aren't a pharmacist either)...
You know what? If you are referring to someone as your patient, and yet you do not know what your role in the monitoring of the various aspects of each level in the healthcare system, then I can't help you because you shouldn't be licensed. I question the truth to your part in this question if only to hope you are asking for personal reasons and are a layman.
No one would admit this kind of ignorance to SOP and (the other) SOP as a professional... right? I hope...
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