A 2-year old presents with a chief complaint of accidental mothball ingestion 2 days ago (as per his mother). He appears pale and has had a couple episodes of vomiting. He has a history of G6PD deficiency. What are your immediate concerns? (read more for the answer)
You scroll through the CT head of your cirrhotic trauma patient and note the pictured findings. He takes no blood thinners. His INR is 1.9 and platelets are 85. The neurosurgeon is recommending you “reverse his underlying coagulopathy.” Read ahead for tips for what to do next!
32 year-old female wtih no PMH presents with headache, nausea, and blurred vision for 2 days. Vitals normal except for BP of 155/100 and an unremarkable exam. She starts to have a seizure as her husband holding their newborn baby walk into the room. Diagnosis? (scroll down for answer)