Clinical Scenarios It is a busy day in your ED: A 60 y/o female refers a retrosternal pain radiates to right arm that lasts more than 20 minutes. A 50…
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Clinical Scenario A 80 y/o woman presented to the ED for dyspnoea. She underwent a knee replacement 2 weeks ago, RR is 24, O2 saturation is 88%. HR is 90,…
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Clinical Scenario  A 70 yo man come to the ED for restrosternal chest pain and shortness of breath during minimal activity in the last days. He is an ex smoker,…
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It’s a dark night when a red code arrive at the ED by ambulance.  Paramedics tell you: “called for acute dyspnoea, I think it’s a COPD exacerbation, he is wheezing,…
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It’s a dark night when a red code arrive at the ED by ambulance.  Paramedics tell you: “called for acute dyspnoea, I think it’s a COPD exacerbation, he is wheezing,…
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It’s a dark night when a red code arrive at the ED by ambulance.  Paramedics tell you: “called for acute dyspnoea, I think it’s a COPD exacerbation, he is wheezing,…
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It’s a dark night when a red code arrive at the ED by ambulance. Paramedics tell you: “called for acute dyspnoea, I think it’s a COPD exacerbation, he is wheezing, I…
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It’s 3.00 am when a 55 yo man is accompained to the ED by his wife because of sudden onset precordial pain, he has not clinical history, he does not…
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