MCEM Part C: 110 OSCE Stations by Kiran Somani

By Kiran Somani

MCEM half C: a hundred and ten OSCE Stations deals a whole and functional abilities advisor for trainees getting ready for the MCEM OSCE examination. offered in a transparent structure, chapters are mapped to the examination circuit to supply dependent revision in the entire syllabus issues. that includes a wealth of perform stations, this booklet presents the fundamental scientific wisdom and functional talents essential to achieve the MCEM half C OSCE exam.

* a hundred and ten perform stations, reflecting the breadth of talents and issues demonstrated within the genuine exam
* offers concise summaries of all of the stations tested, together with heritage taking, conversation abilities and procedures
* Addresses each element of the examination, together with the circuit, content material and marking
* hugely illustrated to enhance figuring out of key concepts
* Edited by way of skilled advisor in Emergency medication, Nick Jenkins

Show description

Read or Download MCEM Part C: 110 OSCE Stations PDF

Best allied health professions books

Mobile Health Solutions for Biomedical Applications

Healthcare platforms are actually experiencing numerous demanding situations with the combination of cellular and ubiquitous know-how. cellular well-being suggestions for Biomedical purposes presents a global point of view at the merits of cellular overall healthiness know-how and describes diversified examples and functions applied in worldwide healthcare.

Handbook of communication and emotion: research, theory, applications, and contexts

Emotion is once more on the vanguard of study in social psychology and character. The instruction manual of conversation and Emotion offers a complete examine the questions and solutions of curiosity within the box: How are particular feelings (fear, jealousy, anger, love) communicated? How does the effectiveness, or ineffectiveness, of this verbal exchange impact relationships?

Common Sense Dictionary for First Responders

This publication is a word list of phrases invaluable to responders to emergency events. part I comprises phrases universal in concerns on the subject of dangerous fabrics, chemistry, the surroundings, firefighting, EMS, protecting garments, radioactivity, chemical conflict brokers, and different emergency issues. part II is a entire record of abbreviations and acronyms that relate to the themes lined within the first part.

Extra resources for MCEM Part C: 110 OSCE Stations

Sample text

When you regained consciousness, you were on the floor with a passer by helping you to sit up and asking you how you were. You felt a little confused but that improved soon after. You did not hurt yourself, were not incontinent and did not bite your tongue. You did not have breakfast as you were in a hurry but are feeling hungry now. You did take your blood pressure tablet however. You live by yourself and are self-caring with shopping, cooking and cleaning. Your daughter helps out on the weekends with meals.

He is immunised appropriately and does not take any medications. His older brother has had a cold for the last week and he is recovering from it now. There is no family history of epilepsy and you are scared that Zak may have developed epilepsy – you ask specifically about this if the doctor invites questions. 13 Traveller’s diarrhoea Curriculum code: CC1, CC12, CAP11, CAP14 Presentations related to travellers such as diarrhoea or fever can arise in an OSCE. Traveller’s diarrhoea (TD) is more common in people who travel from developed to developing countries upon their return.

Mark sheet Achieved Not achieved – duration of event – injuries sustained – any witness? – history of recovery phase postevent – any previous episodes Past medical history Medications and allergies Social history (and illicit drug use) – alcohol, smoking, occupation Social history – mobility aids, type of accommodation, carers Elicits patient’s concerns Explains differential diagnosis Explains plan: check postural blood pressures, blood sugar, blood tests, ECG Recommends follow up in appropriate setting Answers patient’s questions appropriately Checks patient’s understanding of diagnosis and plan Checks if patient has further questions Global mark from patient Global mark from examiner Instructions for actor You are 65-year-old Mahesh Chaudhary, who was brought to emergency department after falling in the street earlier in the day.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.64 of 5 – based on 7 votes

Related posts