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PLAB 2 PAST STATIONS

CONTENTS
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14TH JUNE 24TH MAY

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11TH MAY 10TH MAY

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28TH APRIL 27TH APRIL

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14TH APRIL 13TH APRIL

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6TH APRIL 5TH APRIL

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30TH MARCH 9TH MARCH

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8TH MARCH 23RD FEBRUARY

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10TH FEBRUARY 9TH FEBRUARY

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13TH JANUARY 7TH JANUARY

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6TH JANUARY

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RANDOM 2015/14 STATIONS

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BLOG POST AND PAST STATION

14th June 2016

1. Haematuria history and management


2. Acute limb ischemia (talking mannikin)
3. Paracetamol poisoning
4. Anorexia history and counselling
5. Abdominal injury and counselling
6. Lymphoreticular examination
7. Abdominal examination
8. Bimanual examination
9. Venipuncture
10.Headache migraine
11.Foreign body
12.Difficult patient cannula
13.Hemicolectomy
14.Catheterisation

24TH MAY 2016

1. Suturing
2. Red eye Hx
3. Febrile convulsion Cx with mother
4. Panic attack Hx
5. NAI 7 month old child with femur fracture Hx with the pt. Dx, Mx to examiner
6. Hemiarthroplasty post-op Mx with the pt.
7. Sexual Hx
8. Tel conversation - intestinal obstruction
9. Antenatal examination
10.Lymphoreticular examination
11.Chronic Kidney Disease, Dx to the pt., Hx and Cx
12.Unconscious pt - neurological examination
13.PEFR
14.Talking manikin - Pulse, BP, Auscultation.

11TH MAY 2016


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1. Emergency Endoscopy counseling


2. Delayed walking hx n diagnosis
3. back pain counseling pain
4. mmse
5. Epilepsy uncontrolled counseling
6. Pid councelling
7. Anemia hx taking n diagnosis
8. Breast exam
9. SAH hx n management with patient
10.Spacer councelling
11.whiplash injury hx n exam
12.Painless hematuria hx taking n management with patient
13.Manikan siman Pansystolic murmur
14.Insulin dose calculation

10TH MAY 2016

1. Diplopia
2. Catheterisation
3. Talking manikin COPD
4. Meningitis
5. Post-MI prescription
6. Otoscopy
7. Venepancture
8. Testicular mass counselling
9. Thyroid examination
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Infantile colic

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Fluoxetine counselling

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Vasovagal syncope

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Constipation

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Infertility

28th APRIL 2016

1. Suturing
2. I/V cannula
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3. Scrotal pain
4. Visual field
5. Breast exam
6. Acute Asthma
7. Depression
8. Risk assessment of MI
9. Antenatal
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Hypoglycaemic Fit

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Reactive Arthritis

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Hypothermia

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NAI child

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Headache MRI

27TH APRIL 2016

1. CVS mannikin
2. Cystectomy
3. Glaucoma
4. Intraabdominal injury in child and fracture of thigh
5. History of weight loss
6. Abdominal examination
7. Alcoholic foot
8. MMSE
9. Spacer explain to parent
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Urinary Catheterisation

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Needle Stick Injury in a nurse

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MS

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Pain management options

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Hemoptysis

14TH APRIL 2016

1. MMSE
2. Headache examination
3. PID counselling
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4. Morpine counselling for lymphoma ( focusing on pain ladder )


5. Morphine counselling (teacher~ duscuss side effect and other options)
6. History taking ~ Urine incontinence
7. TALKING MANIKIN~ Pulse, BP, Auscultation
8. Thyroid examination
9. Spacer
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Essential HTN with raised BMI

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Child with Febrile convulsion

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Insomnia history taking and management

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Angry patient iv cannulation

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Suturing

13TH APRIL 2016

1. Insulin dose calculation


2. Lymphoreticular examination
3. Alcoholic foot examination
4. Irritable bowel syndrome (counselling)
5. Elderly abuse (counselling)
6. Testicular mass.
7. PV bleeding in a 32 week pregnant lady
8. Fundoscopy
9. Catheterisation
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Simman - acute limb ischaemia

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Depression history

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Infantile colic

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Haemoptysis

6TH APRIL 2016

1. Otoscopy
2. Testicular mass management
3. Fundoscopy
4. Per Rectal bleeding in a child
5. Suturing
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6. Angry patient upset with colleague


7. Panic Attack
8. Headache Management with patient ( sah)
9. Febrile Convulsion
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SIMMAN Asthma

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IV Cannulation

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Missed Miscarriage

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Elderly Abuse

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Primary Survey

5TH APRIL 2016

1. Catheterisation
2. Antenatal examination
3. Visual fields examination
4. Hypoglycaemic fit in a child
5. Head injury in a child
6. Sexual history
7. Breast examination
8. Uncontrolled epilepsy
9. Gout counselling
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Venipuncture

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COPD talking mannequin

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BPH+UTI

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Suicide risk assessment

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Constipation history taking from the nurse

30th MARCH 2016

1. Ear ache in a child


2. Headache examination
3. MMSE
4. Simman CVS
5. PR exam
6. Spacer explanation
7. Back pain
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8. Melena history
9. Gout
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Giant cell arteritis

11.

Infertility history

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Needle stick injury - nurse

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Insulin dose calculation

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Chronic renal failure

29th MARCH 2016

1. IV cannulation
2. Breast examination
3. Abdominal examination
4. Fundoscopy
5. Simman cvs
6. Fever in a child
7. Sexual history
8. Hypoglycaemic fits in a child
9. Multiple sclerosis
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Missed miscarriage

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Depression and suicidal risk assessment

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Hypothermia in elderly

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Suturing

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Haemoptysis

8th MARCH 2016

1. Infantile colic
2. Venepuncture
3. Cervical smear
4. Thyroid examination
5. Breast examination
6. Unconscious patient examination
7. Hemiarthroplasty
8. Diplopia
9. Dysphasia
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Asthma prescription

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Multiple sclerosis

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Constitutional delay of walking

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Simman- cvs

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UTI

23rd FEBRUARY 2016

1. Lymphoreticular examination
2. Pre op assessment-Bp n pulse talkin manikin
3. Breast examination
4. Thyroid examination
5. NAI in child
6. Venepuncture
7. Double vision history taking
8. Spacer
9. Hypothermia
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Joint pain history

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Suicidal risk assessment- superficial cut

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Uncontrolled epilepsy

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Bph with Uti

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Telephone conversation- intestinal obstruction

10th FEBRUARY 2016

1. Unconcious patient
2. Acute limb ischemia (simman)
3. Pre eclampsia referred by GP
4. Child with bruises
5. Elderly lady with fall
6. Breast Examination
7. IV Cannulation
8. periphral visual field (tunnel vision )
9. Lung cancer patient talk to wife
10.

Missed miscarriage management with Patient

11.

Catheteriztion
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Pain ladder explain to patient back pain

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Suicide risk assessment

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Telephone conversation with mother for diarrhoea

9th FEBRUARY 2016

1. Thyroid
2. Fundoscopy
3. Suturing
4. Spacer
5. Hemicolectomy telephone conversation
6. Simman copd
7. Antenatal
8. Blood Transfusion
9. Dysphagia
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Per rectal bleeding in a child

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Hemiarthroplasty

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Calf pain hx

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. Bph+Uti

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Drug abuse

13th JANUARY 2016

1. Morphine
2. Unconscious Patient
3. Spacer
4. Black Stool
5. Blood transfusion
6. Lymphoreticular
7. Simman- Pulse, BP, Auscultate
8. Convulsion in a child
9. Otoscopy
10.

Alcohol

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Stroke

12.

Testicular Mass
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Insulin Dose

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Ovarian cystectomy counselling

7th JANUARY 2016

1. Venepuncture
2. COPD talking manikin
3. Intra-abdominal injury and firmer fracture
4. Multiple sclerosis
5. Suturing
6. Post MI counselling
7. Dizziness examination
8. Missed miscarriage
9. Knee examination
10.

Haematuria history

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Weight loss history

12.

Screaming baby-intussusception

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Alcoholic foot examination

6th JANUARY 2016

1. Male catheterization
2. Back Pain history
3. Diabetic Retinopathy counselling
4. Fundoscopy
5. Fluoxetine counselling
6. Secondary Survey
7. Non Accidental Injury- Child
8. Talking Mannikin- Bp, Auscultation, Pulse
9. Pre op assessment
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Migraine history

11.

Spacer

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Unconscious patient

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Needle Stick Injury- Adult


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Liver Function test, explain and counsel

25TH MAY 2015

1. Calf pain
2. Paracetamol poisoning
3. Child with intrabdominal trauma and fracture
4. Thyroid examination
5. Asthma taking manikin
6. Dizziness examination(snd)
7. Diabetic lower limb exam
8. Alcohol dependence counselling management
9. Foreign body in a child
10.

Osteoporosis

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Venepuncture

12.

Testicular pain history

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Hemicolectomy counselling

7TH MAY 2014


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1. Whilplash injury exam


2. Cranial nerve 2 to 7
3. Abdominal examination
4. Suture
5. Cathetirization
6. Simman asthma
7. Lady with heart failure came back to hospital after 6 weeks
8. Hypothermia talk to son
9. Cancer patient wants to go home talk to daughter, painis controlled by codeine
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Child with scalds talk to mother and mx with examiner

11.

Child with febrile convulsions talk to mother

12.

Young girl asses suicidal risk, talk to examiner

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Man with chest pain, hx and mg with examiner (pneumonia)

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Lady who is 10 weeks pregnant withketones in urine, talk to patient

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Man with back pain, hx and dd's to examiner

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F1 doctor forgot cannula (medical negligence)

Extract from : http://omarsguidelines.blogspot.co.uk/?view=flipcard

These were the stations I had [ on 15

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April 2015 ]:

1. IV cannulation I couldnt get blood. And the examiner asked me to continue and assume
I have reached the vein. I forgot to flush as well
2. Speculum exam- I felt I wasnt very gentle here
3. Emergency endoscopy counselling- the patient was not convinced and I forgot to look at
the IV cannula. I kept assuring him that we will give him sedatives orally but he gave me a
hint and was like but doctor, whats this for- pointing at the cannula
4. Antenatal counselling was straightforward. As repeated in the mock
5. Headache counselling- I dont remember. Sorry
6. Thyroid examination didnt miss much here. I was gentle
7. Diabetic foot examination- said do sensory exam and reflexes. I also checked her gait and
could reach till the pain sensation
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8.Telephone conversation with consultant patient had hemicolectomy and he had become
vitally unstable. The most likely diagnosis here was post op intra abdominal bleeding and
you had to tell the consultant the management. Don't forget to look at the vitals chart.
9. Dysphagia just as explained in samsons notes
10. Elbow examination- the patient had both medial and lateral epicondylitis
11. Red eye history and DDX you had to give the differentials. The patient was holding
sunglasses in his hands. You had to ask about those to check for photophobia
12. Haematuria the diagnosis here was bladder CA, painless heamaturia in a middle aged
man. You had to take history from patient, give diagnosis to the examiner and then give
management to the patient
13. Rest station- there were 2 rest stations
14. Hyper tension discharge medication- be careful, theres a discharge prescription placed
underneath the medications. Pick it up and go through it. Once youve explained the
medications the patient might ask you for how long to take these medications- its mentioned
on the prescription
15. Head trauma

Here are my tips for everyoneMany of you will be going to London for the first time. I can understand that most of you will
want to have a look around, but I assure you- you will have plenty of time to see the whole of
London and UK once you pass. I do advise that you must take a day off after your classes
and go roam about to start afresh with your revision. You will most probably be staying in
east London which isnt much of a tourist attraction spot. But this doesnt mean you should
go crazy studying and then burning yourself out in a few days. Take it easy. Its an exam of
nerves, not knowledge. You need to act like a NHS doctor, and thats where Dr Samsons
advice helps the most. Take his criticism positively and work on yourself. Participate in class
everyone will laugh at you initially then the same will happen with them. Slowly your whole
batch will become confident.
Heres my final advice:
Be gentle, be clear when you explain stuff and most important of all act like a human.

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