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Emergency situation Management % Correct
Subdural HaemoatomaStop warfarin, give IV vitamin K 5mg with Prothrombin complex concentrate (Octaplex)
100%
Diabetic KetoacidosisSerum ketones (below 0.6)
87.5%
Diabetic KetoacidosisBlood pH; HCO3
87.5%
Diabetic KetoacidosisIV Fluids (0.9% Saline)
87.5%
Diabetic Ketoacidosis50 units Insulin
87.5%
Diabetic KetoacidosisCorrect electrolytes
87.5%
HypoglycaemiaIVI glucose or Glucose gel or Carbohydrate snack
87.5%
Lactic AcidosisSerum Lactate (more than 5mmolL)
87.5%
HypothermiaSlow re-warm
87.5%
HyperkalaemiaIV Calcium Gluconate
87.5%
HyperkalaemiaInsulin + Glucose
87.5%
HypokalaemiaOral Potassium
87.5%
StrokeCT (haemorrhage) or MRI (infarction[DWI])
87.5%
StrokeAspirin (300mg)
87.5%
StrokeThrombolysis (alteplase or rTPA)
87.5%
TIAAspirin (300mg) then Clopidogrel (75mg)
87.5%
SAHSupportive
87.5%
Subdural HaemoatomaCrescent blood accumulation
87.5%
Subdural HaemoatomaNeurosurgery
87.5%
Extradural HaematomaLumbar Puncture
87.5%
Extradural HaematomaNeurosurgery (Clot evacuation or Vessel ligation)
87.5%
Acute Bacterial MeningitisLumbar Puncture
87.5%
Diabetic KetoacidosisLMWH (enoxaparin)
75%
Diabetic KetoacidosisGlucose to prevent Hypoglycaemia
75%
HHS (Hyperglycaemic Hyperosmolar State)LMWH
75%
HHS (Hyperglycaemic Hyperosmolar State)Correct electrolytes
75%
HypokalaemiaIV Potassium
75%
Emergency situation Management % Correct
StrokeThrombectomy
75%
SAHEndovascular embolisation
75%
Extradural HaematomaBiconvex blood accumulation
75%
Acute Bacterial MeningitisBlood cultures
75%
Acute Bacterial MeningitisCeftriaxone (+Amoxicillin)
75%
Status EpilepticusIV Lorazepam (4mg bolus)
75%
Status EpilepticusRectal lorazepam
75%
Status EpilepticusPhenytoin or Phenobarbitone
75%
Status EpilepticusGeneral anaesthetic
75%
Diabetic KetoacidosisUrine output (above 0.5ml/kg)
62.5%
HHS (Hyperglycaemic Hyperosmolar State)Rehydration (48hrs)
62.5%
HypothermiaABCDE Resuscitation
62.5%
HypokalaemiaPotassium-sparing Diuretic (Thiazide or Aldosterone antagonist)
62.5%
TIACVD RF control
62.5%
SAHCraniotomy + Clipping
62.5%
Acute Viral EncephalitisIV Acyclovir (10mg/kg/8hr 14 days)
62.5%
Acute Viral EncephalitisPhenytoin
62.5%
HypothermiaProphx Antibiotics
37.5%
HyperkalaemiaRenal replacement
37.5%
Acute Bacterial MeningitisResuscitation and BM control
25%
Acute Bacterial MeningitisDexamethasone
25%
Status EpilepticusIV Dexamethasone (10mg)
25%
SAHNimodipine (60mg/4hr 21 days)
12.5%
SAHBP control
12.5%
TIACarotid Endarterectomy
0%
SAHMechanical VTE prophylaxis (intermittent pneumatic compression)
0%
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