Trial SAQ exam: 'trial exam' by Michael Devlin

You are taking part in a trial exam created by Michael Devlin. There are 30 SAQs in this exam (180 minutes).

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This SAQ is worth 20 marks

A 27 year old woman has been rescued from the surf by lifeguards at a nearby beach. Ambulance staff intubated her at the scene. Relevant vitals are:

O2 Saturation 92% FiO2 1.0
Temperature 32 C
HR 120 beats/min
BP 90/56 mmHg

Question 1.
In the table provided, list four (4) factors at the scene that indicate a poorer prognosis and four (4) factors on arrival to the emergency department that indicate a poorer prognosis.
(8 marks)

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emergency department

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Question 1.
List six (6) neuro protective strategies you will employ. For each strategy include rationale or target parameters.
(12 marks)

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This SAQ is worth 20 marks

A 27 year old woman has been rescued from the surf by lifeguards at a nearby beach. Ambulance staff intubated her at the scene. Relevant vitals are:

O2 Saturation 92% FiO2 1.0
Temperature 32 C
HR 120 beats/min
BP 90/56 mmHg

Question 1.
In the table provided, list four (4) factors at the scene that indicate a poorer prognosis and four (4) factors on arrival to the emergency department that indicate a poorer prognosis.
(8 marks)



Question 1.
List six (6) neuro protective strategies you will employ. For each strategy include rationale or target parameters.
(12 marks)