ECG Changes in an Unconscious Patient 

ECG changes in an unconscious patient
An 85-year-old lady is brought in after an unwitnessed fall in a care home complaining of right wrist pain. She has obvious facial bruising.
A young male presents with atraumatic sudden severe abdominal pain and shock.
A 77-year-old man presents with sudden onset of nausea, vomiting & difficulty walking.
You are asked to see a 21-year-old student who cycled into a lamp post whilst intoxicated last night.
An 8-month-old baby is brought to the ED due to changes in behaviour. The baby's mom says he looks limp and isn't as active as usual.
A 38-year-old fit and well female, who is 29 weeks pregnant, attends with a sudden onset of worsening, retro-orbital headache.
A 65-year-old female presents to the ED with a painful swollen left leg. How confident are you in risk assessment and management of DVT?
A 12-month-old diabetic girl presents generally unwell and vomiting.
A 73-year-old gentleman with a background of heart failure, atrial fibrillation and severe aortic stenosis presents to your ED with shortness of breath.
Young, short of breath and hypoxic…what could be the underlying cause?
Everyone’s talking about sepsis lately, but do you know what to do?
A 76-year-old diabetic is referred with confusion and is being treated for a UTI. She is tachycardic and drowsy, is there more than sepsis?
Wounds abound in your ED, but who needs ‘a tetanus’?
A patient having a large laceration sutured suddenly goes into cardiac arrest.
A 35-year-old lady is brought to the ED by her husband after developing acute confusion, vomiting and unsteadiness on her feet.
Shortness of breath is a common occurence for COPD patients, and we’re used to putting them on non invasive ventilation. What happens when we can’t?
A 45-year-old man is brought to ED after his neighbours call an ambulance, concerned that he looks 'unwell'.
Management of Hypothermic Cardiac Arrest
Young male with rash dizziness and facial weakness
A 71-year-old man with a history of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, obesity, angina and ankylosing spondylitis presents to the ED acutely short of breath.
Management of Cardiac arrest in advanced pregnancy.
A 4-year-old child is brought into your resuscitation room with difficulty breathing.
A 50-year-old man attends the ED with a 2 day history of a rash on his hands. The rash is not itchy or painful and he is systemically well.