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OSCE – General Review

Read the orientation file: http://publications.mcc.ca/qeii-candidate-orientation/ History Key Questions: Adult: OPQRSTAAA: Onset, Position/Location, Quality, Radiation, Severity, Timing, Aggravating factors, Alleviating/ Relieving factors, Associated symptoms Why is that a worry to you? What can’t you do now that you can do before?

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Last Minute study points

Read the SAMP instructions & do the practice exam (get to know the interface) http://www.cfpc.ca/uploadedFiles/Education/Certification_in_Family_Medicine_Examination/SAMPS%20instructions%20-%20Eng.pdf Four Principles of Family Medicine The family physician is a skilled clinician. Family medicine is a community-based discipline. The family physician is a resource to

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Chronic Disease

1 In a patient with a diagnosed chronic disease who presents with acute symptoms, diagnose: – acute complications of the chronic disease (e.g., diabetic ketoacidosis). Compression # in Osteoporosis – acute exacerbations of the disease (e.g., asthma exacerbation, acute arthritis).

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Chest Pain

1  Given a patient with undefined chest pain, take an adequate history to make a specific diagnosis (e.g., determine risk factors, whether the pain is pleuritic or sharp, pressure, etc.). Hx: OPQRSTAAA approach: Onset/duration: sudden vs gradual? Hours vs days?

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Cancer

 1  In all patients, be opportunistic in giving cancer prevention advice (e.g., stop smoking, reduce unprotected sexual intercourse, prevent human papillomavirus infection), even when it is not the primary reason for the encounter. This may include demographic features such as

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Antibiotics

1 In patients requiring antibiotic therapy, make rational choices (i.e., first-line therapies, knowledge of local resistance patterns, patient’s medical and drug history, patient’s context). H Pylori Infection – 1st line Tx: Amoxicillin 1g bid + Clarithromycin 500mg bid + Pantoprazole

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ACLS

1 Keep up to date with advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) recommendations (i.e., maintain your knowledge base). 2 Promptly defibrillate a patient with ventricular fibrillation (V fib), or pulseless or symptomatic ventricular tachycardia (V tach). Pulseless VT or VF  CPR

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