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 33 y/o woman, comes to the ED because of a sudden emithorax pain on the left in basal region. The pain is described as stabbing, well…
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Clinical Scenario   A 33 y/o woman, comes to the ED because of a sudden emithorax pain on the left in basal region. The pain is described as stabbing, well…
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Clinical Scenario   A 33 y/o woman, comes to the ED because of a sudden emithorax pain localized on the left in basal region. The pain is described as stabbing,…
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Clinical Scenario  A 72 y/o woman presented to the ED for swollen and painful leg. Physical examination shows an erythematous, tender and warm leg.  Probably it is a cellulitis.  In previous…
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Clinical Scenario   You are alerted for a level 3 trauma coming from the mountain, a cyclist has fallen going down hill. You prepare the shock room with everything you…
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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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A 74 yo/man complained of diffuse abdominal pain. The pain was intermittent and accompained by vomiting. He has no history of abdominal pain or abdominal surgery. On examinations the patient…
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A 40 yo truck driver, presented in ED with substernal chest pain. He is healthy, no family history of CAD. Held for observation, serial ECG have not modified, not elevated…
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A 33 y/o male comes to the ED for fever, knee swelling and pain. He has a history of joint surgery because of trauma, and prothesis, dating 4 years before.…
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