Pale & feverish - Session 1

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1. Step 1

1.1. Identify terms and cues

1.2. New terms

1.2.1. profuse diarrhea strong, excessive, very watery

1.2.2. fibrile feverish

1.2.3. lethargy fatigue lack of energy

1.2.4. pale and drowsy sleepy, less councious

1.3. cues

1.3.1. 6 yo male

1.3.2. profuse diarrhia

1.3.3. dowsiness

1.3.4. progrissive symptoms

1.3.5. paleness

1.3.6. ED

1.3.7. headahce and fever since 2 days

1.3.8. lethargy

1.4. 10 minutes

2. Step 4

2.1. Hypothesis organization (tentative solution)

2.1.1. Infectious causes Malaria edemic areas transmitted by mosqitoes Menengitis

2.1.2. Other anemic patient developed infection causing diarrhea accuired conginital

2.2. 20 minutes

3. Step 5

3.1. Formulate learning objectives

3.1.1. Malaria pathophysiology and etiology symptoms and signs diagnosis

3.1.2. Diarrhia pathophysiolgy

3.1.3. hemolytic aemias thalassemia is it discovered early?

3.2. 10 minutes

4. Step 2

4.1. Problem formulation (put it in a senates)

4.1.1. 6 years old boy presented to ED looking pale and lethargic complaining of progrissive fevere, profuse dirhhea, and drowsiness

4.2. 10 minutes

5. Step 3

5.1. Hypothesis generation (brainstorming)

5.1.1. fever infection viral, bacterial, or fungul fungul is not fast

5.1.2. diarrhia GI infection intestine cells (absorbtion) bilirobin same organism affecting different tissues

5.1.3. lethargy and drowsiness low O2 fever may alsow drowsiness

5.1.4. pallor RBCs related low Hb ineffective hematopoisis low WBCs, causing the infection might be caused from dehydration from diarrhia

5.1.5. Headach fever can cause it no enough O2 reaching the brain, like in anemia menegitis

5.1.6. THEORY 1 GI infecion causing diarrhia and fever, affecting absorbsion how to explain pallor? how to explain late dirrhea?

5.1.7. THEORY 2 Blood related A: pancytopenia causing pancytpenia, low RBCs leukocytopenia, high risk of infection but then why fever if immunity is low? also this is acute B: infection to blood cells blood cell destruction plasmidium, causing malaria endemic, rural area going to the liver C: conginital RBCs hemolysis

5.2. 40 minutes