Candidate Instructions 🧒

You are the FY1 working in ED.

Your next patient is a 69 year-old-lady, Ms Isabella González, you have been asked to prescribe her appropriate medications based on the working diagnosis.

Please assess her investigation results and give your diagnosis.

Please prescribe the appropriate medications based on your diagnosis.

Answer the patient's question.

You are NOT required to take a history.

Patient details:
History: shortness of breath, 8/10 non-specific pain, sweating, symptoms <20 minutes, GORD, nil other medical history, omeprazole, nil other drug history, no known drug allergies
Pulse: 85bpm
Blood pressure: 137/87
Respiratory rate: 27
O2 saturations: 95%
Temperature: 37.1°C

Please use the BNF ( where appropriate.

Station time: 5 minutes (4 minutes drug chart completion + 1 minute explanation)


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