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Stroke or seizure?

A gentleman presented with loss of power and sensation to his left side, slow speech and facial droop; CT brain was normal. His symptoms resolved over the next three days…

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The apoplectic abdomen

A 22 year old man presented to the ED following a collapse with abdominal pain and no history of trauma. He was profoundly shocked and investigation revealed intra-abdominal haemorrhage.…

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Induction 2 – Introduction

The emergency department is a unique working environment. It will throw you in the deep end, testing your diagnostic and risk juggling skills, whilst being the most supported environment you’re …

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RCEM Blogs Book 1

Managing Parkinsons 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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Bell’s Palsy in Children

Bell’s palsy is a relatively uncommon condition presenting to primary care. Despite a benign course for most children with Bell’s palsy, there are a number of serious causes of facial para…

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