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Case Study: College Professor Gets Sent to the ER!

By March 10, 2017 March 14th, 2018 No Comments
Case Study: College Professor Gets Sent to the ER!

CME4LIFE Case Study: College Professor Gets Sent to the ER!

We’re back with another one of John Bielinski PA-C’s case study scenarios. This is a case where a college professor starting having chest pain during one of his lectures and students were forced to call 911.

Watch the following video and answer these questions:

  • What would you do in this scenario?
  • What would be your priorities?
  • What would you be thinking?

CASE STUDY QUESTION & DESCRIPTION (Video)

 

CASE STUDY SOLUTION (Video)


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Case Study: College Professor Gets Sent to the ER!

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