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1

what kind of fever for DVT?

mild

2

2 ways to investigate a PE?

1. VQ scan: radioactive xenon 2. CTPA: pulmonary angiogram

2

which ECG limb gives you sinus rhythm?

Lead II

2

which 3 tests do you use to manage anticoagulants?

unfractionated heparin: APTT Clexane: LMW heparin: Anti-factor Xa warfarin: INR

4

3 types of NOF fractures:

Intertrochanteric Surgical NOF subcapital

5

how to investigate a DVT? Imaging?

ultrasound, see how compressible

6

how to place the 4 limb leads for ECG?

White is Right UL black is left UL Red>communism>left of center>left LL other colour> grounding

6

what is howman's sign?

DVT: pain in calf on dorsiflexion, Sen: 60-88% Spec: 30-72%

6

3 ways to manage DVT acutely?

unfractionated heparin Clexane: LMW heparin warfarin later

7

how does someone present with NOF?

externally rotated and shortened lower limb

8

5 Ps for arterial insufficiency?

pallor pulseless paralysis paraesthesia pain

10

what is methoxyflurane?

inhaled anaesthetic for paramedics

13

where do you kind clear cell carcinoma?

kidney

14

2 surgeries that give highest risk of PE?

LL ortho pelvic

15

structures in femoral triangle?

NAVEL from lateral to medial: Nerve artery Vein Empty space lacular ligament Gimbernat's ligamen

16

what is lymphangitis?

inflamm of lymph vessels due to infection: IV antis

17

where to get technicium?

from molybdenum decay

18

what causes painless haematuria?

clear cell carcinoma

19

low trauma causing immense sudden pain in otherwise well individual

pathlogical fracture