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This month we have a brand new Co-host, Liz Farah. And the topics on discussion are Mortality in older patients boarding overnight in the ED, Hypertension in the ED and Cauda Equina Syndrome, Opioids for back pain & New Online
A 35-year-old woman is brought to the ED after being involved in a road traffic collision.
You are called to a pre-alerted 6-day-old baby who has arrived in paediatric resus with rapid breathing. How will you manage this infant?
This blog looks at the challenges that patients with Autism Spectrum Condition face in the emergency setting and suggests some tips and tricks for clinical assessment and management.
This blog looks at RSI from the eyes of the “assistant” - this might be the resus nurse, the ED FY2, or a non-airway trained ED registrar. Please send your thoughts, feedback and comments.
You take handover for a patient in resus. They have presented with new onset of focal seizures. You start treatment but the convulsions are worsening. What will you do?
The boy doesn't look sick but his heart beats fast.
This module covers the assessment, treatment and management of patients presenting to an ED with the effects of hypothermia and frostbite.
A 34-year-old woman presents with a worsening vision and pain on eye movement.