Ketamine Sedation in Children

This session is based upon the RCEM College Best Practice guideline on Ketamine Procedural Sedation for Children in the Emergency Department.
This session encompasses the evaluation and treatment of individuals who are either identified as having or presenting to the ED with signs and symptoms of Immune Thrombocytopenia.
This session focusses on the emergency department care of patients post-cardiac arrest i.e. after the return of spontaneous circulation.
This session covers the assessment and management of epistaxis in the emergency department.
This session provides training in chest drain insertion. It looks at the indications for carrying out this procedure, as well as how to prepare for it, and shows a chest drain being inserted. Post-procedure management and complex cases are also covered
Serratus anterior plane block can be used as multimodal analgesia for rib fractures in the trauma patient. This session outlines the ultrasound guided technique.
This session describes the processes around Information Sharing to Tackle Community Violence. It also describes some of the responsibilities of emergency clinicians around confidentiality when looking after victims of violence.
This session provides an introduction to Brief Unexplained Resolved Events. It covers the definition, differential diagnoses, how to stratify patients into low or high risk and the subsequent management.
Sudden visual loss is a presentation one should expect and be prepared to see, as an emergency physician.
This session is about assessment and management of patients presenting with palpitations to the emergency department.
This session identifies the clinical features of acute behavioural disturbance (ABD) and covers the initial assessment and management of patients with ABD in the ED.
This session discusses the pathophysiology that leads to the clinical manifestations of Sickle Cell disease and outline the assessment and management of the patients.
This session will cover the practical aspects of safe insertion of chest drains.
Dyspnoea is an overall term used to describe an unpleasant awareness of increased respiratory effort and will be used synonymously with "breathlessness" in this session.
The child with decreased consciousness is a common problem with many possible diagnoses and potentially high mortality and morbidity.
AKI in children is associated with an increased risk of death, prolonged hospital stay and the development of chronic kidney disease. This session provides an approach to assessment and management of Paediatric AKI.
DVT typically presents in the lower limb, although it can also rarely occur in the upper limb.
This session details the three main presentations of Congenital Heart Disease to the ED; shock, cyanosis and congestive heart failure.
This Reference focuses on the understanding, recognition and management of acute RHF.
This session reviews the clinical presentation and investigation of cervical artery dissection.
This session concentrates on patients with actual or impending cardiopulmonary arrest.
This session covers the assessment and management of primary, secondary and tension pneumothoraces.
This session covers the diagnosis and initial management of a patient with acute aortic dissection.
Acute dystonia is a movement disorder in which there is a state of abnormal tone produced by slow and sustained contractions of opposing muscle groups.