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Emergency situation Answer % Correct
Sepsis 6Antibiotics
100%
Acute COPD exacerbationAntibiotics if indicated (Amoxicillin 500mg/8hr)
100%
SIRS featuresHR over 90bpm
100%
SIRS featuresRR over 20 or CO2 below 4.3
100%
Sepsis 6Oxygen
87.5%
Sepsis 6Fluids
87.5%
Sepsis 6Cultures
87.5%
Sepsis 6Lactate
87.5%
Sepsis 6Urine output
87.5%
Cardiogenic ShockOxygen
87.5%
AnaphylaxisOxygen
87.5%
AnaphylaxisADRENALINE 500mcg IM
87.5%
AnaphylaxisRapid infusion fluids (0.9% saline)
87.5%
AnaphylaxisNebulised Salbutamol (+ ipratropium)
87.5%
AnaphylaxisIV hydrocortisone 200mg
87.5%
Pulmonary AspirationOxygen
87.5%
Acute Asthma exacerbationOxygen
87.5%
Acute Asthma exacerbationNebulised Salbutamol
87.5%
Acute Asthma exacerbationHydrocortisone (PO/IV)
87.5%
Acute Asthma exacerbationIpratropium
87.5%
Acute COPD exacerbationControlled O2 (depends on SpO2)
87.5%
Acute COPD exacerbationNebulised bronchodilators (Salbutamol + Ipratropium)
87.5%
Acute COPD exacerbationIV hydrocortisone 200mg + PO Prednisalone 30mg 1-2wks
87.5%
Pleural effusionO2
87.5%
Tension PneumothoraxO2
87.5%
PEO2
87.5%
PEWarfarin (3months)
87.5%
Cardiogenic ShockOptimise filling pressure (dobutamine - inotrope or plasma expander)
75%
AnaphylaxisIV antihistamine (chlorphenamine¦ranitidine)
75%
Airway obstruction management optionsMagill's forceps
75%
Airway obstruction management optionsSuction
75%
Airway obstruction management optionsOropharyngeal airway (Guedel's)
75%
Airway obstruction management optionsNasopharyngeal airway
75%
Emergency situation Answer % Correct
Airway obstruction management optionsEndotracheal intubation
75%
Airway obstruction management optionsTracheostomy
75%
Airway obstruction management optionsSurgical cricothyroidotomy/Jet insufflation
75%
Pulmonary AspirationNebulised Salbutamol
75%
Acute Asthma exacerbationIV MgSO4/20mins
75%
Acute Asthma exacerbationTheophylline
75%
Acute COPD exacerbationIntubation
75%
CroupNebulised adrenaline
75%
CroupO2 high flow nasal (21%)
75%
EpiglottitisIntubate
75%
PneumoniaAmoxicillin + Erythromycin
75%
Pleural effusionChest drain (if pus)
75%
Tension PneumothoraxDecompression (IV cannula 2nd IC space)
75%
Tension PneumothoraxAxillary chest drain
75%
PELMWH (3 months)
75%
Cardiogenic ShockDiamorphine 1.25-5mg IV
62.5%
Airway obstruction management optionsChin lift/Jaw thrust
62.5%
CroupOral dexamethasone
62.5%
EpiglottitisIV cefotaxime
62.5%
EpiglottitisHouse contact Prophx - Rifampicin
62.5%
PneumoniaCo-amoxiclav + Clarithromycin
62.5%
PneumoniaCotrimoxazole
62.5%
Pleural effusionUS-guided Pleural aspiration
62.5%
Pulmonary AspirationBronchoscopy
50%
Acute COPD exacerbationNIPPV
50%
CroupConsider IV fluids and NG feeding
50%
PneumoniaErythromycin/Clarithromycin
50%
Abx for LegionellaErythromycin
50%
PEWell's Score + D-dimer (+CTPA)
50%
SIRS featuresTemperature over 38 or below 36
50%
SIRS featuresWCC over 12*10^9/L
50%
PEThrombolysis (rTPA e.g. alteplase) if massive
37.5%
Acute COPD exacerbationDoxapram
12.5%
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