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Final basic sciences short case 37

Created: 24/11/2020
1. Describe the femoral triangle (borders, roof, floor, contents).
- Describe the anatomy of the lumbar plexus and its branches.
- Discuss femoral nerve block (anatomy, indications, technique).
- What are the indications for renal support?
- Discuss 3-in-1 block.

2. What are the principles and methods of pre-oxygenation?
- Which types of patient are difficult to pre-oxygenate? Why?
- Which patients should not be pre-oxygenated?
- What is the calculation of the time available before a patient desaturates, if he is pre-oxygenated with 100% oxygen or if he breathes room air?

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