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May 2019 Podcast

This month we have a discussion on the Manchester Bombing | Scribes in the ED | TERN TIRED | PTX and haemothorax in the CT era | Horse Trauma | Roc Rocks – ED RSI with Rocuronium or Suxamethoniu…

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Another faller!

Another faller presents to your emergency department. Confused and smelling of alcohol. What will you do? How can you avoid missing the common pitfalls?…

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Cervical Spine Injury

Cervical spine injuries are rare but potentially devastating. Immobilisation of the cervical spine on the slightest suspicion of injury is recommended by most resuscitation courses.…

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Humpty Dumpty

A 70 year old male was brought to the emergency department by ambulance complaining of dizziness, generalized weakness and severe motor function loss in his limbs…

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