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Berger Interview Questions Only - 12 What would you say is...

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Berger Interview Questions 1. Introduce 2. DO you work in both pediatric and adult emergency medicine 3. What are some challenges that you undergo in ER? 4. Could you walk us through a series of events when a patient comes in? 5. How do you prepare for the wide range of patients that come in? 6. Would you say all of the equipment you have to use is readily available? 7. Is there a frequent amount of smaller and larger patients? 8. What would you say are some of the most common cases? 9. What are some of the common procedures that you perform? 10. Has there ever been a time where you had to improvise? 11. In those cases would it be more useful to have a tool for these?
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Unformatted text preview: 12. What would you say is the equipment that works very well and what doesn’t work well? 13. With the portable chest x-ray is it hard to put the trays under the patients? 14. You were talking about beds, are they not used too much because of cost, portability? 15. What other kind of complications are there with smaller and larger patients that lead to special adaptations 16. What kinds of improvement or other medical technology would you like to see at this hospital? 17. How are patients able to communicate with pain? 18. How do you differentiate between patients who are here for real pain or narcotics? 19....
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