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Final clinical short case 40

Created: 15/8/2014
1. A 19-year-old presents, having been assaulted 8 hours ago. He is listed for open reduction and internal fixation (ORIF) of the mandible. Discuss the case.

2. You've been contacted by the GP of a patient you anaesthetised 6 weeks ago who thinks she was aware during surgery. What would you do?

3. A 78-year-old woman presents in in A+E, having been found on the floor in her home. She has hypothermia. Discuss the causes and management.

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