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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TERN Top Papers January 2022

This month’s edition of TERN’s top papers series comes from a small team of higher EM trainees in the North West. It looks like we will all experience some rainy days this winter, so we hope you enjoy…

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Revise your Resuscitation: The Drowning Child

You are working on a rapid response vehicle (RRV) as a part of a PHEM-rotation and attend a ‘red’ call: “3-year-old cardiac arrest. Unsupervised child fallen into outdoor pond. Not breathing. Not resp…

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TERN Top Papers August 2021

The aim of TERN Top Papers is to highlight the top emergency care related papers for emergency physicians, keeping them abreast of the latest practice-changing studies. This month’s topic is diagnosti…

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DNA CPR in the ED

DNA CPR or “do not attempt resuscitation” decisions are confusing to many. If discussed sensitively and correctly, they make a huge huge huge immeasurable difference to the hospital stay of the patien…

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