Take my breath away

A 27-year-old male has self-presented to your ED with acute onset of shortness of breath and severe pain to the right side of his chest.…

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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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PHEM Trauma

Your receive a pre-alert call from the air ambulance team who are bringing a 32-year-old male who has sustained a single stab wound to the epigastrium whilst outside a pub…

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Rugby Trouble

A 15-year-old boy presents to the ED complaining of pain over the right sternoclavicular joint and reduced movement due to pain in the right arm.…

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Trauma Chest X-ray: What Next?

A 43-year-old cyclist arrives after being struck by a car. He arrives with spinal immobilisation on a scoop stretcher with evidence of bruising to the right chest, abdomen, and pelvis.…

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Thoracic Injuries I

This session is part one of two dealing with thoracic injuries. This session is pitched at FCEM examination standard and you are expected to be competent at leading a trauma response…

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