FRCEM Primary Paper 3 - FRCEM

Author: Fiona Hunter / Codes: C3AP1b, C3AP2a, C3AP2b, C3AP4, CAP18, CAP19, CAP25, CAP29, CAP37, CAP38, CAP6, CMP1, HAP19, HAP23, HAP32, HAP6, PAP14, PMP1, CP2, CP3, GP7, MuP2, NeuP8, OptP4, OptP5, RespiP2, RP2, SLO1, SLO3, SLO4, TP1, TP10, TP5, TP7 / Published: 04/03/2019 Description: FRCEM Primary Examination Single Best Answer START FRCEM…

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FRCEM Primary Paper 4 - FRCEM

Author: Fiona Hunter / Codes: C3AP2b, C3AP6, CAP1, CAP18, CAP25, CAP34, CAP6, CAP7, CC10, HAP1, HAP23, HAP8, PAP16, PAP5, CP3, GP6, ObP2, RespiP1, RespiP2, SLO1, SLO4, TP1, TP7 / Published: 02/04/2019 Description: FRCEM Primary Examination Single Best Answer. START FRCEM…

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FRCEM Primary Paper 5 - FRCEM

…C3AP1d, C3AP2b, C3AP4, CAP1, CAP11, CAP14, CAP18, CAP2, CAP33, CAP6, CAP7, CAP9, CC5, HAP10, HAP14, HAP19, HAP6, HAP8, PAP18, CP2, DC1, GP1, GP2, GP5, IP1, MaP4, MuP2, NepC5, RespiP1, RespiP2, RespiP4, SLO1, SLO2, SLO4, TP1, TP7 / Published: 05/08/2019 Description: FRCEM Primary Examination Single Best Answer (3 hours) START FRCEM…

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FRCEM Primary Paper 2 - FRCEM

Author: Fiona Hunter / Codes: C3AP2b, C3AP4, CAP1, CAP17, CAP18, CAP21, CAP28, CAP7, CC11, HAP1, HAP17, HAP19, PAP13, DP2, GP1, MuP3, NeoC1, NeoC2, NeoC3, NeoC4, NeoC5, NeuP2, RespiP1, SLO1, SLO2, SLO4, TP1, TP7 / Published: 04/02/2019 Description: FRCEM Primary Examination Single Best Answer Three hours (3 hours) START FRCEM…

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FRCEM Primary Paper 1 - FRCEM

Author: Fiona Hunter / Codes: GP1, IP1, MuP2, RespiP1, SLO1, SLO10, SLO4, SLO5, TP1, TP5, TP7 / Published: 07/01/2019 Description: FRCEM Primary Examination Single Best Answer START FRCEM…

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Blast Injuries - Reference

…fractures due to primary blast injury are usually multiple and occur at the cemento-enamel junction [7]. Management in the ED Patients with facial primary blast injuries are likely to be suffering from primary blast injury affecting other organs, most of which will take priority during stabilisation. Establishment of an early…

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Spontaneous Pneumothorax - Reference

…not considered comprehensive NB: the British Thoracic Society automatically considers long term smokers aged over 50 years to have secondary pneumothoraces. Table 2 Comparison table of primary and secondary pneumothoraces Primary Secondary Peak incidence age (years) 20 30 60 70 Male: Female ratio 6:1 3:1 Aetiology Ruptured sub-pleural bleb Various…

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Acute Coronary Syndromes - Reference

…achieve this goal are mechanical (primary percutaneous coronary intervention (PPCI) [35] or pharmacological (thrombolysis [36,37]. Early Reperfusion Primary PCI Primary Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PPCI) is defined as angioplasty or stenting without prior or concomitant thrombolytic therapy. PPCI is effective in achieving and maintaining coronary artery patency without exposing the p

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Surgical Management of Acute Wounds in the ED - Reference

…closure may be done in a well-controlled setting if indicated. Definitive Treatment: Closure Immediate closure to allow healing by primary intention Delayed closure followed by healing by delayed primary intention. Healing by secondary intention. Needle types Some of the instruments (with descriptions) used for closing wounds include: Needle The main…

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Acute Sore Throat - Reference

…role to play (16). The incidence of glomerulonephritis was reported to be so small that no conclusions could be made. Use of a no antibiotic or delayed antibiotic strategy did not increase the incidence of complications in a study in primary care patients in the UK (17). Where primary care…

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