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Causes of unconsciousness

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Authors: Scott Carrington / Codes: C3AP4, CAP15, CAP5, CAP8, CC5, CMP6 / Published: 25/02/2015

Reduced conscious level is a common finding in the ED. With a wide variety of causes and required treatments a systematic approach can make ascertaining that cause a lot easier.

This vodcast will give you framework to follow for such patients.

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1 Comments

  1. Dean Patrick O'Connor says:

    Very useful vodcast on the unconscious patient within the emergency department.

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