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Acute Dystonia

Acute dystonia is a common presentation to the ED. Most cases occur as a result of recreational or prescribed drugs.
This module deals with the assessment and management of bradycardias in the ED.
This module covers the assessment and management of broad complex tachycardia.
This module looks at the aetiology, diagnosis and management of bifascicular block in the ED.
This module identifies the clinical features of the different types of conjunctivitis and describes appropriate investigation and management.
This module presents a logical approach to the assessment, diagnosis and management of soft-tissue hand injuries in the ED, including suggested indications for early hand specialist referrals.
This module describes the different types of dental infection and the pathophysiology of their development.
This module discusses the aetiology, presentation, management and disposition of patients with postmenopausal bleeding in the ED.
This module deals with the assessment and management of patients with appendicitis.
This session is the second one in the series dealing with thoracic injuries.
This module is part one of two dealing with thoracic injuries. It is pitched at FRCEM examination standard and you are expected to be competent at leading a trauma response.
This session covers the pathophysiology, clinical presentation and management of hypertensive emergencies
Delirium, or acute confusional state, is a common cause of attendance to an ED. The high morbidity and mortality associated with this condition highlights the need for continuing review of the management of acutely-confused elderly patients. 
This module explores the presentations of children to the ED by concerned parents after a potential ingestion of a substance is common.
Understanding mechanism of injury is a crucial aspect of managing patients who have suffered traumatic injuries. This module aims to provide an overview on attaining this information and its translation into patient care.
This module looks at disorders of potassium metabolism, in particular the presentation of hypokalaemia and hyperkalaemia in the ED. It also covers the investigation and management of these conditions.
This session covers the pathophysiology of pain, the use of pain assessment tools and typical analgesic agents used in the ED.
This module covers the correct procedure for a thorough and comprehensive dermatological examination to allow the correct diagnosis of patients presenting to the ED with dermatological conditions.
Understanding the use of Echo in Life Support (ELS)
This module covers the assessment, treatment and management of patients presenting to the ED with primary blast injuries.
Carbon monoxide poisoning still accounts for a significant number of cases and is associated with both morbidity and mortality through a spectrum of presentations due to both acute and chronic exposures.
Vascular access is a common procedure in the emergency department. Using ultrasound to visualise vessels is helpful, but the additional skill of using ultrasound to guide the procedure is even more so
This session deals with the assessment and management of jaundice.
This learning session explores how to recognise patient trajectories as they approach the end of their lives, as well as the diagnosis of dying.