Clinical Panels

 
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Medical Devices

External Devices

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Medical Devices

Internal Devices

  

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Critical Care

Pulmonary edema

  

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Critical Care

Pleural effusion

  

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Critical Care

Myocardial infarction

  

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Critical Care

Pulmonary embolism

  

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Critical Care

Hypertension

  

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Critical Care

Shock

  

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Trauma

Resuscitation

  

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Trauma

Falls

  

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Trauma

Motor Vehicle Accident

  

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Surgery

Adverse Events
(10 cases total – scroll down for additional cases)

  

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General Medicine

Tumors

  

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General Medicine

Obesity

  

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General Medicine

Alcohol use disorder

  

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General Medicine

Diabetes

  

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Forensics

Postmortem change
(10 cases total – scroll down for additional cases)

Findings: Swelling, marbling, postmortem gas formation, desiccation, skin slip, livor mortis, rigor mortis, purge.
Some cases have more than one finding.

  

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Forensics

Homicide – Blunt force trauma

  

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Forensics

Toxicology

  

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Medical Ethics

(8 cases total – scroll down for additional cases)

These cases all present ethical issues during life that impacted the death. Explore issues such as: “Whose responsibility is it to care for the patient when the patient does not want care?” Or, alternatively, “What is the provider’s role when feeling pressured (either internally or externally) to provide a specific treatment?” And so on.

Tip: Start with the History. Click the blue button after each history for guiding questions on the issues.

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