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Final clinical short case 26

Created: 23/9/2009
 
1. What is pathophysiology of Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome?
- What is the incidence?
- How would you manage it pre/intraoperatively?

2. A 4-year-old has bleeding tonsils 4 hours after tonsillectomy. Describe your assessment of volaemic status, induction and airway management.

3. What is the definition of pre-eclampsia? A woman presents for urgent lower segment Caesarian section. She is hypertensive (180/110 mmHg). Discuss your management of her blood pressure, and how you would anaesthetise her.

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