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Just Coping session 1 by Mind Map: Just Coping session 1
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Just Coping session 1

Chair: Abdulaziz Al DakhilScribe: Mohammed Turkistani

Step 1

Identify terms and cues

New terms


sort went stiff

flushed in apperience



35yo male

unemployed (6 months)

seen fallen by his girlfriend while having breakfast in the morning

presented to the ER, flushed in appearance, drank heavly the night before presentation 4L, last drink 11.45 pm, he was confused

rigid body and violent rhythmic contractions

heavy drinker usually 1L, doubled in the last six months 2L

drugs to stop worrying, serapax, benziodiazepine, drugs have been taking intermittently

excessive worrying

10 minutes

Step 4

Hypothesis organization (tentative solution)

metabolic, CNS depressant drugs might cause muscle contraction, like benzodiazpine, alcohol (long exposure) cause reduced liver function, multi-factorial, Combination of drugs and alcohol, recently took drugs (3 weeks ago), contraindications to alcohol

trauma, head injury (might be from alcoholism or vertigo), internal bleeding

20 minutes

Step 5

Formulate learning objectives

how alcohol and drugs (serapax, benzodiazepine) affect the body in the syptoms that was presented?

What causes rhythmatic contractions and body rigidity?, could it be head injury?

what causes flushing?

10 minutes

Step 3

Hypothesis generation (brainstorming)

vascular, Flushed in appearance caused by vasodialation

infections, food poisoning

trauma, accident while he was drunk (head injury), falling because vertigo, internal bleeding

autoimmune, myasthena gravis, receptor blocking cause muscle contraction

metabolic, toxins, CNS depressant drugs might cause depression and muscle contraction, benzodiazpine, alcohol toxicity (long exposure) cause reduced liver function, Combination of drugs and alcohol, recently took drugs (3 weeks ago), contraindications to alcohol


neoplastic, brain tumor, liver tumor, affecting the function of the liver

conginital, dormant disease, genes

40 minutes

Step 2

Problem formulation (put it in a senates)

A 35yo alcoholic male presented to the ER in the morning confused and flushed in appearance. He had rigid body followed by violent rhythmic contractions while having breakfast.

10 minutes