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  • VARIOUS NERVE PATHWAY AND DISEASE
    1. MEDIAN 2. DNALDH 3. ADOIHA 4. AOSDIHOAD
  • Anatomy and Blood Supply
  • Chest Pain: Presentation, ECG, Diagnosis and Management"
    ACS: MI, STEMI, NSTEMI Stable vs Unstable Angina New Presentation of LBBB - MI
  • Complications of MI: Presentations, ECG, Diagnosis and Management"
    1. Pericarditis vs Pericardial Effusion vs Cardiac Tamponade 2. Dressler's Syndrome 3. Left Ventricular Aneurysm 4. Acute Mitral Regurgitation 5. Ventricular Septal Defect 6. Fibrinous pericarditis
  • Valvular Heart Diseases and Murmurs
    1. ASD 2. VSD 3. PDA 4. TOF 5. Innocent Murmur 6. Patent Foramen ovale 7. Cyanotic vs Acyanotic 8. Different Stenosis and Regurgitation [Most imp ones: MR, AS, MS]
  • Congestive Heart Failure and its management: Drugs that decreases Mortality
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  • Infective Endocarditis: Modified Duke's Criteria, Diagnosis, Investigation and Management"
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  • Pulmonary Edema: Presentation, Diagnosis and Management [MONF]"
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  • ECG learning
    1. Rate, Rhythm, Axis, P wave 2. Arrhythmias: ECG, Presentation and management and its prevention 1. Atrial Flutter 2. Atrial Fib : Rate and Rhythm control 3. SVT 4. VT 5. VF 6. WPW 7. Ectopic 8. Torsades de Pointes 3. Heart Blocks: ECG, Presentation and management and its prevention 4. LBBB Vs RBBB 5. LAD vs RAD 6. Electrolyte imbalance and its ECG 7. J wave and Delta wave
  • HTN: Treatment and Management acc to new NICE guidelines and Side effects of Different Drugs
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  • Hyperkalemia: Diagnosis and Treatment
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  • Misc:
    1. Dilated Cardiomyopathy 2. Atrial Myxoma 3. Ruptured AAA 4. Superior Venacava Obstruction 5. Aortic Dissection 6. CHADVASC scoring 7. Warfarin and INR 8. Postural Hypotension 9. Bradycardia and its management 10. Cardiac Arrest and management 11. Familial Hypercholesterolemia
  • ABCDE protocol
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  • Burns and its management
    Superficial Partial Thickness Full thickness When to give IV fluids? When to do referral to Burns Unit? MCC of death in Burns? Parkland Formula
  • Sepsis vs Septic Shock
    RED FLAGS Take 3 and Give 3 QSOFA score and organ dysfunction Complication of sepsis
  • Hypovolemic Shock and its 4 stages and management
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  • Oesophagus
    Plummer Vinson Syndrome and its treatment Mallory weiss Syndrome Boerhaave Syndrome
  • GI Bleeding
    Blatchford Score vs Rockall Score Management Indications of FFP Perforated peptic ulcer, Investigation, Diagnosis and management
  • Toxic Shock Syndrome: most common organism and Its Presentation
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  • Foreign body airway obstruction (FBAO): Difference in management b/w <1> 1 year old</1>
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  • Toxicity
  • Head Injury
    Indications of Ct within 1 hour Indications of Ct within 8 hours GCS and Intubation
  • Trauma and its presentation, Diagnostic Investigation and management"
    Renal Trauma Splenic Trauma Flail Chest Diaphragmatic Rupture Urethral injury Haemothorax: minor and major and their management Pneumothorax Haemopneumothorax Pulmonary Embolism and its initial investigation and management with respect to LMWH Fat embolism and its criteria and management Massive Bleeding after a Fracture and its Step Wise management Massive Hemorrhage and its Step wise management (Refer NHS website)
  • Types of Haemorrhage and its Etiology and management
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  • Utricaria vs Anaphylaxis: When to Give Histamine and Adrenaline {Its Dosage in diff age group}
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  • Hereditary Angioedema: Presentation, Diagnostic Investigation (most reliable) and treatment"
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