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26th Annual National Collegiate EMS Conference

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Masters of Disguise: The Acutely Altered Patient

It’s 2AM, and you’re called out for a patient who’s slurring their words and stumbling around campus. Could it be alcohol intoxication? Sure. But it could also be something more sinister. Altered mental status is a common chief complaint within emergency medicine, with many potential etiologies, such as neurological, respiratory, metabolic and psychiatric in nature. Put on your best turtle outfit and explore these etiologies at the Masters of Disguise lecture.


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