Cranial Nerves One to Six

Cranial nerve injuries are important clinical signs, which alert the examiner to intracranial pathology. This session will look at the more common traumatic and medical causes of cranial nerve injury…

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Ouch my jaw

It’s a busy Friday night in the emergency department and another facial injury presents following an alleged assault to the left jaw.…

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Popping Out

It’s a busy Friday night in the emergency department and another facial injury presents following an alleged assault to the right eye.…

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Facing it again!

It’s a busy Saturday night in your emergency department and another patient with a facial injury presents following an alleged assault.…

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Trauma ibook – an introduction

This iBook is structured according to the ATLS 10th edition chapters. Why have we done this when ATLS (Advanced Trauma Life Support) is often considered “archaic” and not to be recommended…

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Eye infections

Most external eye infections pose little risk to life or vision. Orbital cellulitis is the exception…

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RCEM Blogs Book 1

Managing Parkinson’s in the ED, Flaoting in the Face of Danger, MaxFax injuries in the E, and Paediatric Heart Murmurs & what to do with them…

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