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FRCR Part 2A

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MRCGP AKT

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PLAB Part 1

Over 1600 questions, mapped to the GMCs PLAB blueprint

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Anatomy Prep

The ultimate online resource for learning anatomy, including over 160 key topic tutorials and over 3000 questions.

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    Essential Clinical Surface Anatomy

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The Initial Trauma Assessment Part 1 – The Primary Survey

The initial assessment and management of the seriously injured trauma patient is both challenging and anxiety-inducing for many clinicians. It is an undertaking that requires a cool head, systematic approach, speed, and good clinical judgement. The Advanced Trauma...

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Test Your Anatomy Knowledge – The Thorax

Test your knowledge of thoracic anatomy with these questions. 1. The body of the sternum extends across which vertebral levels? A. T2 to T4 B. T3 to T7 C. T4 to T6 D. T5 to T9 E. T6 to T11 Answer: D. T5 to T9 The sternum is the flat, elongated bone that forms the...

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An Overdose with an Unknown Substance

A 30-year-old woman presents having taken an overdose of an unknown substance. She is drowsy and slurring her speech. Her observations are as follows: HR 116, BP 91/57, SaO2 96% on air. GCS 11/15. The results of her arterial blood gas (ABG) on air are shown below:  ...

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