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Uploaded on May 19, 2011
For medical professionals only.
This Procedurette shows two uses for the ubiquitous saline flush. Patients with non-epileptic seizures (what we used to call "pseudoseizures") will react when you squirt them in the face, while a patient with an epileptic seizure won't. You can also turn a flush into a fluorescein reservoir for patients who are terrified of those little paper strips.