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Patient History

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Footage of clinical procedure

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Patient Vitals

 Care Rationale Feed

8:19 -

Why was 50 mcg of medication A administered?

 

6:30 -

What tissue graft was selected and why?

 

5:01 -

Can you identify the muscles and bones in this orthoscopy image?

 

4:48 -

Why was orthoscopy chose over open-surgery?

 

 

 

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 Review of Systems

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Musculoskeletal:

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Medical Professional Abstract

8:19 - "Adminster 50 mcg medication A".

7:00 - "This is the meniscus tear, the displaced piece in the center of the screen. The probe is 5mm and its pushing the meniscus back into place toward the rim, where it was torn from. I'm going to pull the meniscus away and show you the rim, where the meniscus should be reduced and pulled up against. Before I am able to make a reattchment I will need to clean up any frayed edges on the meniscus rim and diplaced piece...".

6:30 - "...".

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Relevant research and statistical analyses of patient variables and care

 

 

 

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Accredited User Commentary

 

Dr. Murdoch, M.D. University of Oxford Orthopedic Surgery

 

 "While treating patient X with medication A is within the realm of protocol, I think administering medication B would have been a better option of care for patient X because......"

         

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