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Hypertensive Emergencies

This session covers the pathophysiology, clinical presentation and management of hypertensive emergencies. ...
Module 0 0

The Acutely Injured Knee

ED scenario: 76 year old man, tripped on stairs falling onto the outer aspect of his left knee. On examination, ...
Module 2 1

Broad Complex Tachycardias

This session covers the assessment and management of broad complex tachycardia. ...
Module 2 0

Broad Complex Tachycardias

VT is defined as three or more ventricular extra systoles in succession at a rate of more than 120 beats/minute. ...
Reference 1 0

Wrist and forearm injuries

Wrist and forearm injuries ...
Module 1 2

Third nerve palsy

A 72 year old man presents to the ED complaining of double vision. ...
Module 1 1

Chest Pain: Low Risk Rule-Out Pathways

Radiation of pain to the arms or shoulders, and association with exertion, diaphoresis, nausea or vomiting are ...
Reference 4 2

Chest Pain Low Risk ‘Rule-Out’ Pathways

This session addresses the clinical assessment and management of patients with low risk chest pain, specifically ...
Module 4 2

The Collapsing Child

A 10 year old boy is brought into hospital by his mother after he had a fainting episode at school. ...
Module 2 3

Management of Acute Dystonia

Acute dystonias are commonly seen in emergency medicine. Most occur as a result of recreational or prescribed ...
Module 1 0
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