Early pregnancy: Test yourself

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1. A 28-year-old pregnant lady is brought in by ambulance to your Emergency department with abdominal pain. She has had no PV bleeding. She knows she is pregnant and thinks she may be 7 weeks. She looks pale and unwell. She is tachycardic and hypotensive.  She has had no previous imaging in the community to Read more about Early pregnancy: Test yourself[…]

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