Clinical Scenario   A 44 YO man presents to the ED complaining of abdominal pain. He was well until 4 hours ago, when he developed diffuse abdominal pain. This is…
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Clinical Scenario A 80 yo nursing home resident woman  is brought to the ED by ambulance. “Hypothension, cough and a hystory of heart failure ”, refers the nurse. She looks…
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Clinical Scenario A 53 year old man is involved in a motor vehicle crash. He refers a moderate thorax and abdominal pain. No head injury, the helmet is not broken,…
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Clinical Scenario A 54 y/o man is brought to the ED because his wife has found him semiunconscious in the morning, he has  not significant clincal history and does not…
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Clinical Scenario A 66 yo man complains of left lower quadrant (LLQ) abdominal pain from 4/5 hours. The pain is described as crampy initially, than continuous, there is not vomit.…
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Clinical Scenario It’s a very cold February, but ED is very hot in every sense of the word. A 22 y/o student refers stomach pain, chills, fever and diffuse muscolar…
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Clinical Scenario A 35 y/o man is brought to the ED by friends and left there alone, he has high fever, he is from Ghana and he has just arrived,…
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A 30 yo man from Zambia comes to the ED accompained by his girlfriend, he is HIV positive and he has pneumonia, he never done CD4 count. CD4 count of <…
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