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Primary viva 34 (Clinical)

Created: 11/4/2013

 
1. A 22-year-old para 1+0 presents to Casualty with a history of 3 hours of right iliac fossa pain; the patient appears in shock.

- What is the differential diagnosis and how would you manage the patient?
- Critical incident: transfusion reaction. How would you manage this?

2. Discuss your anaesthetic management of an asthmatic patient with heart disease.
- Critical incident: rising CO2. How would you manage this?

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