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DKA. Hyperkalemia Arrest. RTVS

22-year-old male patient with poorly controlled T1DM presented with DKA. He independently walked into the triage complaining of nausea, vomiting and general malaise. He initially appeared well but suddenly decompensated and entered hyperkalemia induced cardiac arrest requiring resuscitation. Due to increased GCS and aspiration risk, patient also required advanced airway support.

Goals and Objectives

Educational Goal:Use RTVS support in the management of DKA and associated complications such as hyperkalemia cardiac arrest.

Objectives (Medical and CRM):

1. Develop an approach to DKA
2. Airway management with intubation skills
3. To effectively run a cardiac arrest (ACLS)
4. To manage a patient in ROSC

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