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Primary Viva 13 (Clinical)

Created: 20/8/2004

An 8-year-old child is brought in to the accident and emergency department with a fracture to the forearm, having been pulled across the road by his mother.

- What questions would you ask in your preoperative visit? 

- What premedication would you give?

- How would you anaesthetise this child?

- How would you respond if, during surgery, the child suddenly becomes bradycardic?

- What might be the causes of the bradycardia?

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