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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,