Hemodynamic Unstability

2/7/2013 2:14:32 PM
Is bradycardia one of the criteria for hemodynamically unstable patient? if yes what is the cut off number?
Thanks!


2/7/2013 3:24:14 PM
PaPa61518864 wrote:
Is bradycardia one of the criteria for hemodynamically unstable patient? if yes what is the cut off number?
Thanks!

Below 60, more than 110 but the most important is the change in pulse related to postural changes......

I made nbme 1 and 4, at the last one i got a 195 in December 2012....im wondering to make another this weekend either nbme 2 or self assessment of UWorld..... what do you recommend me?


2/7/2013 4:11:09 PM
RoLo99314676 wrote:
PaPa61518864 wrote:
Is bradycardia one of the criteria for hemodynamically unstable patient? if yes what is the cut off number?
Thanks!

Below 60, more than 110 but the most important is the change in pulse related to postural changes......

I made nbme 1 and 4, at the last one i got a 195 in December 2012....im wondering to make another this weekend either nbme 2 or self assessment of UWorld..... what do you recommend me?




Thanks!
Do Self-assessment for sure. I don't know how good is nbme2 but self assessment is a good one. If you can, take it!


2/7/2013 4:37:59 PM
TAKE NBME for correct results. UWSA is good, but you have to minus 20 points to get your real step score.

UWSA always over shoots the result. NBME is closest.


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