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Primary Viva 40 (Clinical)

Created: 20/2/2015
Updated: 20/2/2015

 
1. A 45-year-old male who is currently taking atenolol and has previously experienced difficult intubation presents for surgery. He has had type 1 diabetes mellitus since the age of 14 years.
- What would you discuss with the patient?
- Critical incident: fitting in recovery. How would you manage this?
2. An 8-year-old child is involved in a road traffic accident.
- Discuss your management.
- Critical incident: respiratory arrest. How would you manage this?

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