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Heat Stroke and Heat Exhaustion

This session covers the assessment, treatment and management of patients presenting to an ED with the effects of heat stroke and heat exhaustion.
This session is about the evaluation of arterial blood gases in the emergency department
Describing the natural history and aetiology of paediatric gastroenteritis
This session will describe calcium homeostasis. It will also examine therapeutic uses of calcium and discuss the disturbances of hypercalcaemia and hypocalcaemia.
This session is about the assessment and management of an upper GI haemorrhage
Evaluate various patient entry methods.
This learning module covers the basics of what an LVAD is, the common complications an emergency medical team may have to deal with, and the management of a collapsed LVAD patient.
This session looks at the techniques available to collect urine samples from children in an emergency department. It discusses the evidence basis and the relative merits of each technique
This session covers the assessment and management of patients presenting to an emergency department with the effects of exposure to industrial chemicals
This session describes the most common childhood exanthems that present to emergency departments
Hypoglycaemia is easily diagnosed and treated in emergency departments (EDs), if it is considered. In this session we will look at the presentation, causes and treatment options available.
This session covers the assessment, investigation and management of injuries to the bones of the midface; the zygoma, zygomatic arch, maxilla, orbit and nose.
This session covers the urinary tract infections that are encountered in the emergency department. It discusses their diagnosis, complications and treatment
Hypercalcaemia is commonly seen in patients with malignant disease. This session explains the assessment and management of the problem in the emergency department
Status epilepticus, a state of prolonged, uncontrolled seizures, is a common emergency department presentation that is potentially life-threatening. Clinicians need an awareness of the existence, and presentations, of the different forms
While the theory contained in this session provides useful knowledge about airway management, putting this knowledge into practice requires extensive supervised practical experience.
Fabricated or induced illness (FII) is a form of child abuse. It is associated with significant morbidity (physical and psychological) and mortality. Recognition of FII is frequently difficult and subsequent management is complex.
Describe a safe environment for assessing disturbed or psychiatric patients in the emergency department
Cardiac rhythm management devices (pacemakers and implantable cardioverter-defibrillators, or ICDs) are a constantly evolving and improving field
Foot injuries and pain, both as a result of trauma and pain of non-traumatic origin, is common. Because it affects mobility, it can have significant effects on a patient's life and so is important
This session covers the anatomy, common pathology and the clinical and radiological assessment of the shoulder and brachial plexus. This should lead to the formulation of appropriate management plans
This session covers the initial assessment of eye and visual problems in the Emergency Department.
This session will cover common tummy troubles with particular reference to evidence-based management of colic and gastro-oesophageal reflux.
Sick neonates with vesiculopustular rashes should be tested for HSV, candidal and Staphylococcal infections (EL3)