Trial SAQ exam: 'exam2' by Michael Devlin

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This SAQ is worth 12 marks

A 32 year old man presents to your urban ED complaining of fever, malaise and weight loss. He is a recent arrival to Australia and speaks little English.

Question 1.
What are your immediate management priorities? (4 marks)

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Question 2.
You determine the man is originally from Sudan, but has been living in Nigeria for the past two years. He has been in Australia for 5 days. List the most concerning infectious diseases which would be consistent with this presentation. (3 marks)

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Question 3.
What specific features of his history will be most helpful in stratifying his risk? (5 marks)

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This SAQ is worth 12 marks

A 32 year old man presents to your urban ED complaining of fever, malaise and weight loss. He is a recent arrival to Australia and speaks little English.

Question 1.
What are your immediate management priorities? (4 marks)

No answer yet...

Question 2.
You determine the man is originally from Sudan, but has been living in Nigeria for the past two years. He has been in Australia for 5 days. List the most concerning infectious diseases which would be consistent with this presentation. (3 marks)

Not yet!

Question 3.
What specific features of his history will be most helpful in stratifying his risk? (5 marks)

Nope.