Chronic Myeloid Leukemia and Jaundice

November 23, 2020

A patient diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukemia suddenly develops jaundice. Is this a manifestation of an underlying disease, or is it possibly something else? Will you be able to correctly diagnose and prescribe therapy?

  • You will communicate with the patient in a dialogue simulator;
  • Will conduct an objective examination of the patient;
  • You will take part in consultations;
  • Will remember the features of drug-to-drug interactions;
  • Will learn differential diagnosis of the causes of liver dysfunction;
  • Will remember the theoretical data on the synthesis and elimination of bilirubin from the body;
  • Will analyze the causes of jaundice;
  • Will conduct instrumental research methods;
  • Will calculate the patient’s risks;
  • Will choose the most optimal treatment strategy for the patient;
  • Will assess the need for liver biopsy;
  • Will assess the need for liver transplantation;
  • Will learn to help the patient depending on the degree of liver damage;
  • Will conduct post-observation of the patient.

Chronic myeloid leukemia and jaundice clinical case simulator:

  • More than 10 locations;
  • 7 interactive simulators;
  • Consultations;
  • Patient’s examination;
  • Gamification;
  • Branching-scenario;
  • Interactivities;
  • Visualization of diagnostic tests;
  • 120 practice questions with explanations and comments;
  • Analysis of clinical guidelines based on a particular clinical situation;
  • Number of competencies – 40.

Total duration: 2,5–3,5 hours

Devices for training in the clinical case simulator:

  • Tablets
  • Laptops
  • Computers

One-time purchase of one Simulator

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