Monitoring OSCE

Data sets provided for interpretation included
a)  pulmonary function tests, flow volume loops, and flow time curves in a patient with obstructive lung disease
b)  analysis of venous oxygen saturation data from a patient with septic shock and the samples were drawn from a PAFC, internal jugular and femoral vein cannulae.
c)  Pulse oximetry data in patients with carboxyhemoglobin.

Disclaimer: the viva stem above may be an original CICM stem, acquired from their publicly available past papers. Or, perhaps it is a slightly altered version of the original CICM stem. Or, it is a completely original viva stem, concocted by the monstrously amoral author of Deranged Physiology for nothing more than his own personal amusement. In either case, because the college do not make the main viva text or marking criteria available, almost everything here has been confabulated. It might sound like a plausible viva and it could be used for the purpose of practice, but all should be aware that it does not represent the "true" canonical CICM viva station.