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GI Bleed

Ohio State University

The patient is a caucasion male who is brought into the emergency department by EMS with generalized weakness and lightheadedness. The learners should perform a focused history and physical exam to correctly diagnose GI bleed. During the encounter, the patient will have an acute episode of hematemesis and quickly decompensate...

Emergency Medicine

The patient is a caucasion male who is brought into the emergency department by EMS with generalized weakness and lightheadedness. The learners should perform a...

Case Information:
Bundles:
Learner Population: Physician, Resident
Specialty: Emergency Medicine
Author: Ohio State University
Language: English
Room size: 12x12
Setting: Hospital
Patient ect: Adult
Patient Gender: Male
Tags: blood transfusion, causes of dizziness, causes of weakness, drowsy, gi bleed, hematemesis, hemorrhagic shock, hypotension, lightheaded, ng tube, pea, resuscitation, tachycardia, weak,

STEMI V-Fib Arrest

Ohio State University

A patient presents to the ED with sudden chest heaviness that is radiating to their jaw. The patient also reports anxiety, diaphoresis, and nausea. The case starts off with an EMS handoff. Their symptoms are progressively worsening since first appearing one hour before; upon arrival at the ED, they are...

Emergency Medicine

A patient presents to the ED with sudden chest heaviness that is radiating to their jaw. The patient also reports anxiety, diaphoresis, and nausea. The...

Case Information:
Bundles:
Learner Population: Physician, Resident
Specialty: Emergency Medicine
Author: Ohio State University
Language: English
Room size: 12x12
Setting: Hospital
Patient ect: Adult
Patient Gender: Male
Tags: acls, arrhythmia, cardiac arrest, chest heaviness, chest pain, chest pain complications, code blue, defibrillation, stemi, v-fib arrest, ventricular fibrillation, ventricular tachycardia,