Methaemoglobinaemia

Hypoxia is common in patients presenting to the ED and can be life-threatening. The differentials are wide and include cardiac, respiratory and haematological causes…

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Feeling Blue: When a good night turns bad

A woman is found unresponsive in a takeaway at midnight. She is hypotensive, drowsy and has low oxygen saturations. She is unable to give a history and there is nobody with her. Can you help her?…

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November 2019

New in EM XueBiJing for pneumonia, Renal Colic Live guidlines, DFTB19 Paul Reavley, DFTB19 Anna Dobbie, New in EM Intralipid in OD…

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September 2019

This month we have Guideline CVA part 2 | Paper 1 – New in EM cervical artery dissection | Belfast CPD 2019 Acute Ophthalmology | New in EM: NACSTOP trial – early cessation of NAC in parac…

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A Toxic Slip

A 65-year-old man with a background of osteoarthritis presents to the Emergency Department with left hip pain following a fall…

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Local Anaesthetics

Local anaesthetics are amongst the most widely used drugs in any emergency department. It is, therefore, essential that doctors from emergency medicine are able to use these drugs safely and effective…

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