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viernes, 5 de junio de 2015

Macleods Clinical OSCEs




CONTENTS:
1 Introduction to the OSCE
1.0 Introduction to the book
1.1 What is an OSCE?
1.2 How to get the most from this book
1.3 General tips for OSCE candidates
1.4 Specimen OSCEs
1.5 Sample mark-sheet and summary of learning sheet
2 History taking
2.0 Introduction to history taking in OSCEs
2.1 Chest pain
2.2 A breathless young woman
2.3 Persistent diarrhoea
2.4 Abdominal pain
2.5 Collapse
2.6 Back pain
2.7 Vaginal bleeding
2.8 An unwell child
2.9 A child with breathing problems
2.10 Persistent low mood
2.11 An injury whilst drunk
3 Physical examination
3.0 Introduction to examination skills
3.1 Examining the patient with a murmur
3.2 Peripheral arterial examination
3.3 Examining the breathless patient
3.4 Examining a lump in the scrotum
3.5 Examining the patient with liver disease
3.6 Assessing a stoma
3.7 Examining vision
3.8 Lower limb sensory examination
3.9 Limb weakness
3.10 The patient with a tremor
3.11 Thyroid status and neck examination
3.12 Examination of the hands
3.13 Knee examination
3.14 Shoulder examination
3.15 Obstetric examination
3.16 Newborn examination
3.17 Examination of a child with lymphadenopathy
3.18 Testing cognitive function
3.19 Breast lump examination
4 Practical skills
4.0 Introduction to practical skills
4.1 Recording an ECG
4.2 Inserting an intravenous cannula
4.3 Arterial blood gas sampling
4.4 Capillary blood glucose measurement
4.5 Urinary catheter insertion
4.6 Speculum examination
4.7 Suturing a wound
4.8 Adult basic life support
4.9 Death verification
5 Ethics, communication and explanation
5.0 Introduction to ethics, communication and explanation
5.1 Explaining inhaler technique
5.2 Obtaining consent for gastroscopy
5.3 Driving and epilepsy
5.4 Explaining a new diagnosis of type 2 diabetes
5.5 Explaining results of a cervical smear test
5.6 Discussing non-accidental injury (NAI) with a parent
5.7 Assessing a patient’s capacity
5.8 Discussing starting an SSRI
5.9 Breaking bad news
5.10 Discussing a ‘do not resuscitate’ decision
5.11 Speaking to a dissatisfied relative
5.12 A colleague who drinks too much
6 Prescribing and handover
6.0 Introduction to prescribing and handover
6.1 Prescribing antibiotics
6.2 Medication review
6.3 Prescribing postoperative fluids
6.4 Prescribing insulin
6.5 Prescribing analgesia
6.6 Handover of two patients
6.7 Referring a patient
7 Recognising and managing acutely unwell patients
7.0 Introduction to assessing acutely unwell patients
7.1 Acute management of chest pain
7.2 Acute management of breathlessness (1)
7.3 Acute management of breathlessness (2)
7.4 Acute management of abdominal pain
7.5 Acute management of a diabetic emergency
7.6 Acute management of sepsis
7.7 Acute management of postpartum bleeding
7.8 Acute management of an unwell child

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