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CASE A 76 yo woman is sent in from the nursing home with myoclonic jerks. She has a...

Lactation Ketoacidosis

I go on about how important it is to be able to interpret blood gases, with our junior...

Hyponatraemia- Working it out

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Solution to ‘The Patient has GAS’

A few people had a go. Well done! This is a tough one. This is my roundabout way...

The patient has ‘GAS’

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