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Clinical Scenario #3: Periprocedural Complications 

Clinical Scenario #3: Periprocedural Complications
Clinical Scenario #3: Periprocedural Complications

Ruchir Gupta

, and Minh Chau Joe Tran

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date: 11 August 2020

In this chapter the essential aspects of treatment options regarding a clinical scenario are discussed. The chapter begins with a mock scenario concerning a patient with periprocedural complications. The mock scenario is followed by a task statement that describes the specific action that the student must take. In this case, the task is to discuss a medication error with the patient. Included in this process is demonstrating to the patient the physician’s understanding of and concern for the situation of the patient, as well as a commitment to patient safety. An action plan is then presented in a stepwise manner with mock responses and a discussion of the responses. Grading points are also discussed and how to achieve maximum score is presented.

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