Clinical Scenario A 50 y/o friend of yours called for you. He refers low back pain radiating to his left leg from approximately 2 weeks. “help me doc – he…
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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 78 yo woman is brought from an assisted-living facility because of dyspnea and fever. She has an history of dyabetes and heart failure. She is confused, tachipnoic,…
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Clinical Scenario It’s just started your night shift, Sara is a young EP, she is going home after an hard day.  Hello – she says tired – could you help…
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Clinical scenario A 66 yo man complains of left lower quadrant (LLQ) pain, anoressia and fever, it is the first time. The pain is acute, there is not vomit, temperature…
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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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Clinical Scenario It’s a busy day in ED this morning. The first patient refers dyspnoea, he has an advanced pulmonary neoplasia, ultrasound and chest x-ray confirm that the left zone…
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