Abdominal Trauma

The assessment of abdominal trauma is notoriously difficult. Serious intra-abdominal injuries may initially appear to be innocuous and localisation of symptoms is variable.…

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Abdominal Pain – Induction

It’s your second day on the ‘shop floor’ and your next patient is handed over as a 51 year old man who has been brought in by ambulance with sudden onset generalised abdominal pain a…

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An Unexpected Twist

A 67-year-old lady presents to the Emergency Department with mild wheeze, frontal headache, fever and vomiting. She is hypotensive and tachycardic. You arrange to see her in Resus.…

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Gin and Ketonic

A 45-year-old man attends the department with a 48 hour history of nausea and vomiting. He also has a diffuse upper abdominal pain…

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Supraventricular Tachycardias

This session is designed to help you understand the principles, basic physiology, and clinical features of supraventricular tachycardias. It is written from a clinical standpoint, with testing based o…

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July 2019 Podcast

This month we have Aromatherapy for Nauseated ED Patients | Rob Rogers at EMEC – Medutopia, Legacies and Inspiration | Hugo Dowd – Syncope at Belfast CPD | Iain Beardsell – Diagnosti…

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