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Problem Based Learning Discussions (PBLDs) These are teaching materials designed for PBLD-mentors to use when carrying out small group PBLDs. Anyone may however read the materials and still extract lessons for themselves.  1. PROBLEM: A 90-year old lady with severe aortic stenosis, on anti-coagulation therapy, has a compound femur fracture. How should she be managed by the surgeon and anesthesiologist? o PBLD questions. (click) - for students before the  round-table discussion. o PBLD answers. (click) - For the mentor before the discussion, and the students after the discussion. 2. PROBLEM: A patient awakens screaming after surgery, but might not be in pain. o PBLD questions and answers (click) 
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https://www.regional-anesthesia.com            Editor: Dr. Robert Maurice Raw   
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Problem Based Learning Discussions (PBLDs) These are teaching materials designed for PBLD-mentors to use when carrying out small group PBLDs. Anyone may however read the materials and still extract lessons for themselves.  1. PROBLEM: A 90-year old lady with severe aortic stenosis, on anti- coagulation therapy, has a compound femur fracture. How should she be managed by the surgeon and anesthesiologist? o PBLD questions. (click) - for students before the  round-table discussion. o PBLD answers. (click) - For the mentor before the discussion, and the students after the discussion. 2. PROBLEM: A patient awakens screaming after surgery, but might not be in pain. o PBLD questions and answers (click) 
https://www.regional-anesthesia.com            Editor: Dr. Robert Maurice Raw   
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Problem Based Learning Discussions (PBLDs) These are teaching materials designed for PBLD- mentors to use when carrying out small group PBLDs. Anyone may however read the materials and still extract lessons for themselves.  1. PROBLEM: A 90-year old lady with severe aortic stenosis, on anti-coagulation therapy, has a compound femur fracture. How should she be managed by the surgeon and anesthesiologist? o PBLD questions. (click) - for students before  the  round-table discussion. o PBLD answers. (click) - For the mentor before the discussion, and the students after  the discussion. 2. PROBLEM: A patient awakens screaming after surgery, but might not be in pain. o PBLD questions and answers (click) 
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https://www.regional-anesthesia.com            Editor: Dr. Robert Maurice Raw   
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