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Quiz:Respiratory

From Mediwikis
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1. Breathlessness

  • A Pulmonary Embolism
  • B Stable Angina
  • C Unstable Angina
  • D Pneumonia
  • E Asthma
  • F COPD
  • G Pneumothorax
  1. Thin 21 year old asthmatic male has sudden onset breathlessness & sharp chest pain. Examination shows reduced expansion & hyper-resonance.
  2. 55 year old woman suddenly deteriorates with breathlessness and reduced O2 sats after undergoing hemiarthroplasty.
  3. 40 year old smoking ex-soldier with gradually worsening breathlessness & dry cough that is worst in winter. Examination shows high respiratory rate, reduced breath sounds, and a hyperinflated chest.
  4. 77 year old ex-smoker with fever, weight loss, productive cough, and dyspnoea. He seems confused and refuses to let you examine him.
  5. 19 year old female with breathlessness that is worst at night, and after playing sport.

Match the presentation to the disease:

A B C D E F G
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2. Clinical signs-respiratory

  • A Pleural Effusion
  • B Consolidation
  • C Pneumothorax
  • D Tension Pneumothorax
  1. Reduced expansion, stony-dull percussion, reduced breath sounds.
  2. Reduced expansion, Increased percussion note, reduced breath sounds. Central trachea.
  3. Reduced expansion, Increased percussion note, reduced breath sounds. Trachea deviates to the right.
  4. Reduced expansion, reduced percussion note, increased vocal resonance, coarse crackles

Match the signs to the disease:

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3. ABGs

  • A Respiratory acidosis
  • B Respiratory alkalosis
  • C Metabolic acidosis
  • D Metabolic alkalosis
  • E Respiratory acidosis with metabolic compensation
  • F Respiratory alkalosis with metabolic compensation
  • G Metabolic acidosis with respiratory compensation
  • H Metabolic alkalosis with respiratory compensation
  1. pH: 7.23, PaO2: 8.8 kPa, PaCO2: 8.3 kPa, HCO3: 23
  2. pH: 7.51, PaO2: 13.4 kPa, PaCO2: 4.1 kPa, HCO3: 24
  3. pH: 7.33, PaO2: 12.9 kPa, PaCO2: 7.8 kPa, HCO3: 40
  4. pH: 7.49, PaO2: 12.4 kPa, PaCO2: 5.3 kPa, HCO3: 38
  5. pH: 7.46, PaO2: 14.3 kPa, PaCO2: 3.2 kPa, HCO3: 5

Match the ABG result to the disease:

A B C D E F G H
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4. Cough

  • A COPD
  • B Pneumonia
  • C Lung Cancer
  • D Pneumothorax
  • E Pulmonary Embolism
  • F Asthma
  1. 50 year old current heavy smoker presents with heavy cough, haemoptysis, chest pain & weight loss over the past 3 months.
  2. 88 year old confused male with productive cough, haemoptysis, fever & raised temperature.
  3. 33 year old with cough & dyspnoea worst at night.

Match the presentation to the disease:

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