Pacing in the ED

Our curriculum mentions pacing, and we all think that we know all about that as we’ve got ALS… right? Some of our brief discussions on twitter highlighted that pacing can be more complicated than ALS …

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Acute Coronary Syndromes

This session is about the pathophysiology of acute coronary syndromes, defining acute myocardial infarction and recognising the various presentations and clinical features associated with acute corona…

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June 2020

This month is in 2 parts. Part 1 has LoDED Study, Trauma Top 5 Papers, Neurosurgical Emergencies. Part 2 has New in EM – Peripheral pressors, VTE Guidelines, New in EM – Thirst guided IV f…

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The ALS Algorithm

This session covers the Advanced Life Support (ALS) algorithm (2010), which provides an evidence-based template for your clinical skills…

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This is not ‘NSR’!

Is this another ‘Normal Sinus Rhythm (NSR) or could the T-waves be telling us more about a not-so-rare syndrome in this 69-year-old Patient with chest pain.…

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What nobody told you about troponins

For those of you who weren’t able to attend and for those of you who want to listen again to some of the great talks, this month we’ll be bringing you some of the superb plenary sessions on the podcas…

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