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Anaphylaxis-induced Cardiac Arrest

Anaphylaxis-induced Cardiac Arrest
This session will deal with the assessment and management of alcoholic liver disease.
This session covers aspects of helicopter safety, in particular the dangers associated with working with rotary-winged aircraft.
This teaching session aims to provide the learner with an overview of common types of skin and soft tissue injuries, how best to accurately describe these, and considers the mechanism most likely to be responsible.
Describing the pathophysiology of cystic fibrosis
This session covers the emergency management of both bleeding in early pregnancy and antepartum haemorrhage (APH) Appropriate investigation and initial emergency interventions are considered including rhesus status and the administration of anti-D immunioglobulin.
This session covers the assessment, treatment and management of patients presenting to an emergency department with anaphylaxis
This session focuses on the knowledge, skills, facilities and equipment required to perform safe emergency department procedural sedation. Commonly used sedation agents and some of their qualities are described
Thyroid storm is a rare but life-threatening endocrine condition that should be considered, recognised and treated quickly
Alcohol withdrawal is a common presentation to UK EDs and patients can present significant management challenges to clinicians.
Approximately 10% of all admissions to the Emergency Department (ED) are related to patients having a mental health crisis.  With the ever increasing numbers of patients requiring mental health input, it is important that we understand the law that underpins our treatment (RCEM, 2018)
This module describes the management of presentations of non-traumatic subarachnoid haemorrhage in the ED.
This session covers the assessment and management of shock in the emergency department.
This session deals with the important presentations of valvular heart disease in adults and the early management in the emergency department
With the possibility of catastrophic bleeding seen in the over-anticoagulated patient, be it spontaneous or following trauma.
This session will explore the management of diabetic ketoacidosis in young people with relevance to the published evidence and national guidelines
Familiarise you with the important aspects of the transport and exchange of carbon dioxide
Outlining the epidemiology and pathophysiology of stroke
This session reviews the transfer of oxygen from the atmosphere to the body's tissues.
This module is based upon the RCEM College Best Practice guideline on Ketamine Procedural Sedation for Children in the Emergency Department.
Critical Appraisal: Appraising a Diagnostic Test: D-Dimer
This session is about atrial fibrillation, the most common form of cardiac dysrhythmia.
This session is about achieving a diagnosis in a patient presenting with chest pain