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Final clinical short case 56

Created: 10/5/2021
 
1. Discuss the situation whereby, following administration of propofol and fentanyl, you are unable to ventilate the patient.
2. Discuss anaesthetic circuit faults, supraglottic tumours, false teeth and foreign bodies in the mouth, anaphylaxis and laryngospasm.
3. Discuss how you deal with a failed intubation.
4. A young man falls off a stage while playing a trumpet, breaks his arm and suffers a pneumothorax.
- why would he have suffered a pneumothorax?
- how would you anaesthetise him?
- when would you insert a chest drain and when would you take it out?

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