Post-tonsillectomy Bleed

The majority of post-tonsillectomy bleeds are self-limiting. However, bleeding can be occult and early identification is important to prevent further complications.
This learning session will cover the pathophysiology, assessment and treatment of PID and equip you with the knowledge and confidence to manage this important presentation in the Emergency Department.
Methaemoglobinaemia is a life-threatening cause of hypoxia and death but is reversible with early recognition and treatment.
This is an up-to-date review of peptic ulcer disease pathophysiology, presentation, management and complications in the Emergency Department.
An introduction to the assessment and management of acute testicular pain with reference to the anatomy. This session focuses on the importance of recognising and promptly managing testicular torsion
Nerve entrapment syndromes are a group of conditions in which peripheral nerves are damaged, through compression or repeated trauma.
An interactive learning session covering the relevance of Inclusion Health to ED.
This session looks at the assessment and management of the adult patient presenting with a pleural effusion in the ED.
This session covers important aspects of history taking, examination and investigation, alongside national guidelines and risk assessment tools, to help guide patient management.
Children commonly present in the ED with stridor. Stridor is a sign of upper airway obstruction. An ED physician must be able to diagnose, initiate treatment, appropriately investigate, anticipate and manage complications.
This session covers the assessment and management of acute elbow injuries commonly seen in the emergency department
This session covers the generic assessment and management of abdominal pain without shock.
This session focuses on the way ultrasound works and how to manipulate the ultrasound machine to obtain optimal images.
This session addresses the clinical assessment and management of patients with low risk chest pain, specifically the identification of patients with acute coronary syndrome
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is rarely used in most EDs. However, the properties of such images can provide emergency physicians with critical information to support the optimal clinical care of many neurological disorders.
This session outlines the pathophysiology of acute leukaemia, the first-line investigations and management, with a particular focus on scenarios likely to be encountered in the emergency department.
This session explores how to use point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) to assess patients presenting with shock to the ED .
This session looks at the causes, identification and treatment of rhabdomyolysis in the ED.
Acute, severe headache is a common symptom of patients presenting to the emergency department. In 90% of cases, the cause will be one of the primary headache syndromes.
This session will explain what is meant by the term Human Factors and describe how Human Factors affect Patient Safety.
Recognising the clinical features of invasive meningococcal disease in children
Transient Ischaemic Attacks
This session covers the diagnosis and initial management of a patient with acute limb ischaemia.
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 injuries.