Anaesthesia

Narcolepsy Symptoms and Clinical Features Mnemonics

We have several interesting mnemonics to remember the clinical features of Narcolepsy. CHAP: Narcolepsy is characterized by : Excessive daytime sleepiness (Associated with dozing off, or so-called “sleep attacks”) Hypnagogic hallucinations occurring when falling asleep (GOing to bed) Hypnopompic hallucinations occurring when waking up (POMPing out of bed) Cataplexy (emotionally triggered transient muscle weakness) Sleep paralysis (Inability to move for one …

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Mnemonic for Spinal Anaesthesia Agents

Remember the mnemonic “Little Boys Prefer Toys” to memorize the SPINAL ANAESTHETIC AGENTS. Lidocaine Bupivacaine Procaine Tetracaine Hope that mnemonic helped. Got a better mnemonic for the same? Let us know in the comments below.Also check out these useful medical mnemonics. More Mnemonics to make your life easier 🙂 Mnemonics for Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA): Definition, Presentation, Diagnosis, Treatment …

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