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November 23, 2017 | Author: Rumana Ali | Category: Estrogen, Medical Specialties, Clinical Medicine, Diseases And Disorders, Medicine
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185, A 5 y o boy gets drowned and his mum calls 1 1 1 then starts CPR. Which is the most important factor to influence the outcome of this boy's resuscitation?

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186. .** The pre-menstrual vaginal discharge is commonly due to:

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186. . Wife brings her husband in ED coz the right half of his tong is swollen. He had a treatment with ampicYllin?? Mx?

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181.29 y o African lady in labor, complete dilated cervix, fetus head +1, 0/E you see she had "f-emale circumci,sion". her vagina alloty

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182. 12 hours a*er a assisted derivery (ventouse), morher experiences

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89. 82 y o lady, from nursing home, found to have colon/cervical? Cancer for which surgery is necessary, She refuses to start any treatment for this Ca. She seems to undlrstands this health issue, ever she's having few other health conditions, What should you do? 1

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known alcoholic, broughtin ED because some mental to remain in the hospital, His father, 62 y o wants to and has also "some mental problems". The GP is an alcoholicto take him home, He or social worker says that their house is insalubrious/dirty, with rodents feces, etc What should you do?

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