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Management of Post-Arrest Patients Including Prognostication

This module focusses on the emergency department care of patients post-cardiac arrest i.e. after the return of spontaneous circulation.
This session focusses on the emergency department care of patients post-cardiac arrest i.e. after the return of spontaneous circulation.
How to recognise and manage patients with Acute Behavioural Disturbance in order to support their emergency care whilst maintaining safety of the patient, staff, and others.
This blog starts to explore workplace culture. What is culture? Why is culture so hard to change? What can I do about it?
As emergency medicine clinicians you’ll be used to patients with behaviours that are really challenging. Did you know that there’s an actual definition of this?
A 25-year-old male patient presents to the emergency department with a history of nosebleeds when he presses his forehead.
This module identifies the clinical features of acute behavioural disturbance (ABD) and covers the initial assessment and management of patients with ABD in the Emergency Department.
This session identifies the clinical features of acute behavioural disturbance (ABD) and covers the initial assessment and management of patients with ABD in the ED.
A 35-year-old presents with right sided headache, photophobia and vomiting progressing to left homonymous hemianopia and left sided numbness.
A 53-year-old man presents to the ED with a 12-hour history of impaired sensation to the right side of his face, right arm and right upper torso.
A 45-year-old woman presents with 24 hour history of right sided frontal headache with progressive worsening of vision.