New: VAQ of The Week: Case 1

As of this week I’ll be posting a VAQ question that you can have a go at answering, and the answer will be posted the following week. These will all be real cases I’ve seen at work, and I’ll try & make them relevant to current hot topics in Emergency Medicine, or common themes/question types that pop up in the exam. Remember, time yourself, and enjoy!

Case 1:


A 35 year old unknown male pedestrian is brought to ED after being struck by a car. His vital signs on arrival are: PR 50 BP 50/20 RR 6 O2Sat: unrecordable. Describe and interpret his X-ray.

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