Croup

Eighty percent of children presenting with an acute onset of stridor and a cough have croup…

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Difficult Airway Management

While the theory contained in this session provides useful knowledge about airway management, putting this knowledge into practice requires extensive supervised practical experience.…

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Difficult Airway Management

While the theory contained in this session provides useful knowledge about airway management, putting this knowledge into practice requires extensive supervised practical experience.…

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Basic Airway Management

Patients with airway compromise need prompt recognition and correction using basic airway techniques. These are essential skills for emergency physicians and will be covered in this session.…

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Blue Baby Spell

A 21-day-old term baby presents to your emergency department in respiratory distress and appears dusky blue.…

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A Constant Cough

A 9-week-old female infant presents to Paediatric A&E at 2200 hrs with a history of coughing, difficulty in breathing, lethargy and reduced feeding.…

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Think Outside the Box…

An 18-month old boy is brought in to the ED by his grandmother with a cough, mild constitutional upset and increasing stridor for approximately 12 hours. He is previously well and immunised up to date…

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Anyone for a BRUE?

An 8 month infant is brought into the department following a collapsing episode as witnessed by his distress mother. What do you do next?…

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