49 year female old smoker with two weeks of increasing shortness of breath. She is treated for pneumonia on the ward but getting worse.
A 20 year old male presents with 3 days of lethargy and generalised malaise. He is confused and looks very unwell. Can sort out this metabolic muddle?
A 45 year old woman with metastatic ovarian cancer is admitted for VATS pleurodesis and drainage of bilateral pleural effusions.
You are looking after a 23 year old male who has a subarachnoid haemorrhage and the nurse calls because the patient has started to pass Green Urine
A 30 year old male presents with a 3 day history of fevers and increasing breathlessness. On presentation he is noted to be severely hypoxic with sats of 80% on room air. The following chest X-ray is obtained:
An 87 year old female presented with a subarachnoid haemorrhage. GCS 8/15. Can you figure out her acid-base disturbance?
A 38 year old male with a background history of type 2 diabetes presents with fevers, rigors and pain on swallowing. There is no sign of impending airway compromise; however, marked trismus is noted. The following plain X-ray is obtained:
A 67 year old gentleman with a BMI of 45 was waiting for his respiratory outpatient clinic appointment. While waiting, he fell asleep. A medical emergency was called because he could not be woken up. On arrival of the MET team the patient is found to have a blood pressure of 140/70, a heart rate of 100bpm and oxygen sats of 68% on room air. He is breathing spontaneously but requires airway support. His GCS is 3/15. Supplemental oxygen is applied and the following arterial blood gas is obtained.
Consider a 65-year-old male presenting with flank pain radiating to the groin. The following CT scan was taken to confirm a presumed diagnosis of renal colic
A 17 year old female with a background history of HIV presents with a 3 day history of fevers, chills and rigors. Her admission chest X-rays are shown below:
Consider a 16 year old who presents with a 3 week history of severe hip pain followed by increasing breathlessness and left sided chest pain. His admission chest X-ray is shown below:
A 50 year old Chinese female presents with severe weakness. She has a history of previous similar episodes that self-resolved. What’s going on?