Minor Injuries – PEM Induction

It’s safe to say you will likely see a few of these, as minor injuries are a very common occurrence in childhood with around 20-30% of all paediatric attendances to the Emergency Department invo…

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Soft Tissue and Bony Injuries in Children

Paediatric injuries can be very different from those sustained in adults in many respects. This session discusses why this is the case and outlines the general principles of treating paediatric injuri…

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Child Abuse

The dark side of PEM, and what should also be on your differential diagnosis for any patient you are seeing is: “was this inflicted” and “is there something more?”.…

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Minor Injuries

It’s safe to say you will likely see a few of these, as minor injuries are a very common occurrence in childhood with around 20-30% of all paediatric attendances to the Emergency Department invo…

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PEM Headaches

Headaches are one of the most common presentations to ED and may be primary or secondary. Migraine is the most common type of primary headache, but the majority of headaches are benign in nature and r…

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RCEM Manchester Day 2

RCEM ’15 in Manchester has been a sell out! So for those of you that weren’t lucky enough to be here, here’s what’s been going on on Day 2!…

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