Q. A chronic alcoholic patient presents to you with alerted sensorium. Which of the following steps is conceptually wrong in managing him in the ER

asked 2016-05-11 06:19:06 -0500

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A. Examine for ophthalmoplegia

B.Evaluate for dehydration and hypoglycaemia and treat with intravenous glucose rich solutions

C.Examine for focal neurological deficit and if focal neurological deficit is present get a NCCT head immediately and no need of NCCT if no FND is present

D. Examine for jaundice and asterixis

E. Examine for cerebellar signs

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