Epistaxis in a child

A 7-year-old girl is brought into the ED by her mother on a busy Saturday afternoon after experiencing several nose bleeds at home over the preceding few hours.…

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Leukaemia in the Emergency Department

This session outlines the pathophysiology of acute leukaemia, the first-line investigations and management, with a particular focus on scenarios likely to be encountered in the emergency department.…

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Leukaemia in the Emergency Department

This session outlines the pathophysiology of acute leukaemia, the first-line investigations and management, with a particular focus on scenarios likely to be encountered in the emergency department.…

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Sickle Cell Syndromes

You’re in leafy Great Britain, and a young patient arrives in lots of pain. They ask for some morphine, because they have sickle cell, and you’re not really sure whether this is appropriat…

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Time for PIMS-TS

Understanding paediatric inflammatory multisystem syndrome temporally associated with severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) (PIMS-TS)…

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Polka Dots on a Tiny Tot

A 15-month-old presents to your Emergency Department with a rash and swelling on both legs and feet. The patient has a mild fever but is otherwise well.…

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It’s ALL very vague

A young child presents to your Emergency Department with non specific upper respiratory tract symptoms. You’ve seen him before on a previous visit.…

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Not So Hip

A 6 year old boy with a background of sickle cell disease presents to the emergency department with two days of worsening right hip pain and unable to weight bear…

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