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 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 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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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 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   You are allerted for a level 3 trauma from the mountain, a cyclist has fallen going down hill. You prepar the shock room with everything you may…
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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 woman presented to the ED with upper quadrant pain since three hours after eating a tasty pizza. She is overweight, she presents feverish (38°C) her skin is…
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A 80 yo man is brought from an assisted-living facility because of fever, productive cough, tachycardia and dyspnoea.  He has a history of dementia and hypertension. He is cachectic, you…
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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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