Embarrising fall sesion 1

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Embarrising fall sesion 1 by Mind Map: Embarrising fall sesion 1

1. Step 1

1.1. Identify terms and cues

1.2. New terms

1.2.1. patio

1.2.1.1. small garden

1.2.2. rug

1.2.2.1. carpet

1.2.3. couch

1.3. cues

1.3.1. grand mother

1.3.2. retired

1.3.3. living by herself

1.3.4. 89 y old woman

1.3.5. goes to toilet on her own

1.3.6. she felt on right side (hip)

1.3.7. immediate severe pain in right hip

1.3.8. unable to move

1.3.9. was lifted

1.3.10. went to ER

1.4. 10 minutes

2. Step 4

2.1. Hypothesis organization (tentative solution)

2.2. underlying mechanism

2.2.1. vitamin d deficiency

2.2.2. osteoperosis

2.2.3. post menopause

2.2.4. not taking / side effects (drugs)

2.2.5. calcium deficiency

2.2.6. malnutrition

2.2.6.1. minerals

2.2.6.2. macronutrients

2.2.6.3. micronutrients

2.2.7. aging physiology

2.3. direct cause

2.3.1. fall on right side

2.4. condition

2.4.1. hip or femur fracture

2.4.2. hip joint dislocation

2.4.3. ligament tear

2.4.4. nerve injury

2.4.5. minor injury w/ no fracture

2.5. 20 minutes

3. Step 5

3.1. Formulate learning objectives

3.2. falling of elderly (hip and femur)

3.2.1. chances

3.2.2. mechanism

3.2.2.1. relevant anatomy

3.2.3. consequences

3.3. history taking in elder patients

3.4. physiology changes that make elderly prone to injury

3.5. 10 minutes

4. Step 2

4.1. Problem formulation (put it in a senates)

4.2. 89 y old female admitted to ER by ambulance with severe pain in the right hip due to a fall and she was unable to move

4.3. 10 minutes

5. Step 3

5.1. Hypothesis generation (brainstorming)

5.2. broken hip

5.3. hip joint dislocation

5.4. broken hip due to osteoperosis

5.5. femur neck injury

5.5.1. subcapital

5.6. ligament tear

5.7. nerve injury

5.8. spinal coloumn injury

5.8.1. slipped disk

5.9. vision weakness

5.10. shoulder injury

5.11. head injury

5.12. medication intake that might cause vertigo

5.13. mm spasm

5.14. previous disease

5.15. urine problem

5.16. psychological pr (seeking attention)

5.17. minor injury w/ no fracture

5.18. mm atrophy due to age

5.19. multiple sclerosis

5.20. intertrochantric hip fracture

5.21. increase bp and frequent urination

5.22. complications of previous surgical treatment (artifichial hip?)

5.23. forighn body

5.24. postural hypotention

5.25. 40 minutes