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Silver Trauma

Adult priority call, 3 minutes. You read the ambulance hand over, and tut to yourself. 90 year old lady, fallen down the stairs, normal observations…

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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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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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Pee Values

What does the presence of dipstick haematuria mean to you in the context of blunt abdominal trauma? This podcast investigates a recent paper on the topic and discusses its utility…

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Traumatic Cardiac Arrest

Traumatic Cardiac arrest is a stressful and time critical presentation to the ED. You need to have a solid structure in your mind for how to deal with it in a safe and effective manner…

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IR in trauma

James Harding, Consultant at UHCW in Interventional Radiology, gives an overview of his talk from the Trauma Care Conference in Telford on Interventional Radiology (IR) in Trauma…

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Skateboarder’s Spleen

An 18 year-old man presents with left upper quadrant (LUQ) and left lower chest wall pain following a fall from a skateboard at a height of approximately 4ft…

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