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GAME INSTRUCTIONS

Get people/person on your team to guess the word on the front of the card. But cannot use/say any of words that are on the back of the card to describe that medical word.

  • Can have as many players as you like (4-6 ideal), can split into teams of 3 each team if 6 people.
  • When it is your teams turn, have one player from your team act out, explain, describe, sing the key word. Try to get the others on your team to guess as many of the cards as they can in an slotted time (1-3 minutes)
  • Cannot rhyme or do sounds like to help the person guess
  • CANNOT use the 5 words listed on the back of the card
  • If one of the 5 words is used you must go onto the next card without collecting any points
  • Another person from the opposite team should ideally watch the person acting out/describing-to catch if they use any of the key words

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CARDIAC ARREST

CARDIAC ARREST

  • HEART BEAT
  • DEAD
  • CPR
  • CHEST COMPRESSION
  • FLAT LINE
  • STOP

LYMES DISEASE

LYMES DISEASE

  • TICK BITE
  • FEVER
  • BULLS EYE RASH
  • TIRED
  • FRUIT

INFLUENZA

INFLUENZA

  • MUSCLE ACHES
  • COUGHING
  • HEADACHE
  • VACCINATION
  • SHOT

PNUEMONIA

PNEUMONIA

  • COUGH
  • FEVER
  • CHEST XRAY
  • ANTIBIOTICS
  • CRACKLES

CHICKEN POX

CHICKEN POX

  • ITCHY
  • RASH
  • VACCINE
  • KIDS
  • SPOTS

BRONCHITIS

BRONCHITIS

  • WHEEZING
  • COUGH
  • CHEST TIGHTNESS
  • ALBUTEROL INHALER
  • VIRUS

MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION

MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION

  • CHEST PAIN
  • HEART
  • ASPIRIN
  • CARDIAC
  • ISCHEMIA
  • NITRO

HYPERLIPIDEMIA

HYPERLIPIDEMIA

  • CHOLESTEROL
  • LIPIDS
  • STATINS
  • ATHEROSCLEROSIS
  • HEART ATTACK

PREECLAMPSIA

PREECLAMPSIA

  • PREGNANCY
  • SWELLING
  • BABY
  • PROTEINURIA
  • HYPERTENSION

POSTPARTUM

POSTPARTUM

  • NEWBORN
  • PREGNANCY
  • LABOR
  • BABY
  • DEPRESSION
  • TRIMESTER

PNEUMOTHORAX

PNEUMOTHORAX

  • LUNGS COLLAPSE
  • SHORTNESS OF AIR
  • BREATH
  • CHEST

INTEGUMENT

INTEGUMENT

  • SKIN
  • ORGAN
  • BODY
  • RASH
  • ITCHY
  • WOUND

BRONCHITIS

BRONCHITIS

  • WHEEZING
  • LUNGS
  • SICK
  • VIRUS

COLON CANCER

COLON CANCER

  • CANCER
  • INTESTINES
  • POOP
  • TOILET

PREDNISONE

PREDNISONE

  • MEDICATION
  • STEROID
  • INFLAMMATION
  • COPD
  • SOLUMEDROL

RHONCHI

INTEGUMENT

  • LUNGS
  • STETHOSCOPE
  • WHEEZING
  • SOUND
  • AUSCULTATE

Iatrogenic

Illness or medical harm caused by medical therapy/treatment

Orthopnea

Becoming short of air while leaning or laying flat. Often seen in CHF

Erythema

Red

Futile

Useless, pointless, no benefit coming from

Confluent rash

Running together, merging together

Refractory

Resistant to treatment or therapy

Intractable

Unrelenting, difficult to control. Ex: ``Intractable back pain``

Nosocomial

Infection developed due to being in hospital

Demarcated

Well defined borders

Vesicle

fluid filled sac such as a blister

Dysphagia

Difficulties swallowing

Oliguric

Urine output <400-500 cc in a day

Ataxia

Lack of coordination of movement

Dysphasia

Difficulties speaking. Sometimes seen with stroke/TIA's

Indurated

Hardened area

Anuric

<100 cc urine output per day; often seen in ESRD

Bradycardia

Heart rate under 50 bpm

Subjective

What the patient tells you based on their feelings, ideas, and or opinions

INSTRUCTIONS

Look at the key findings on front of card and try to guess what these findings are related to. Hover over the key finds to flip the box for the answer

Bulls eye rash characteristic of what diagnosis (erythema migrans)?

Lymes Disease

null

S3 heart sound, lower extremity swelling, JVD, Orthopnea, Rapid weight gain

CHF exacerbation

Heralds patch, rash pattern on trunk following a Christmas tree pattern

Pityriasis Rosea

null

Murphy's sign, nausea, vomiting, RUQ pain

Choleycystitis

Brudzinski sign +, Kerning signs +, headache, high fever, stiff neck, photophobia

Meningitis

null

Bradykinesia, Tremors, Rigidity, Poor instability

Parkinson's Disease

Honey colored crusts

Impetigo

null

Posts sign +, Rebound tenderness, Leukocytosis, R. Abd pain

Appendicicits

Butterfly rash on face, +ANA

Lupus

null

Increased purulence sputum, wheezing, coughing, SOA

COPD

Scalp tenderness, headache, elevated sed rate.

Temporal Arteritis

Morning stiffness last >1 hr in am, +RF

Rheumatoid arthritis

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M.O.N.A (Hint: Acute Coronary Syndrome)

M.O.N.A

M-Morphine
O-Oxygen
N-Nitroglycerin
A-Aspirin

D.O.P.E (Hint: Problems with ventilator)

D.O.P.E.

D: Dislodge tube
O: Obstruction
P: Pneumothorax
E: Equipment malfunction

O.L.D C.A.R.T.S (History of present illness questions to ask)

O.L.D. C.A.R.T.S

O: Onset    L: Location     D: Duration

C: Characteristic  A: Alleviating or Aggravating Factors

R: Radiation     T: Timing      S: Severity

L.E.A.N (Emergency Drugs)

L.E.A.N.

L: Lidocaine

E: Epinephrine

A: Atropine (bradycardia)

N: Naloxone (Opioid overdose)

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