Raised intracranial pressure?

A 40-year-old man is brought to the ED by his partner. He has had a gradually worsening headache for 10 days and intermittent vomiting for 3 days.
A 32-year-old man arrives in emergency department writhing in agony with flank and loin pain.
A 3-year-old girl presents to ED with a swollen left knee, limping.
A child presents following a collapse at a football game.
You see a gentleman with a swollen knee. You decide he needs a Knee Aspiration.
A child presents following a fall from a slide.
Harry is a 2-year-old boy who presents to the ED with a one day history of a limp.
A child presents following a fall from monkey bars with a sore elbow.
The case of a patient presenting with neck pain, headache and weakness following a road traffic collision 3 weeks previously.
A 30-year-old patient presents having fallen on an outstretched hand.
A patient with acute behavioural disturbance is proving very hard to manage, you need to gain control but by what means and what powers do you have to achieve this?
A 55-year-old man is brought in with fatigue and headache.
A 6-year-old boy with a background of sickle cell disease presents to the ED with two days of worsening right hip pain and is unable to weight bear.
An 8-month infant is brought into the ED following a collapsing episode as witnessed by his distress mother. What do you do next?
A 23-year-old woman is rushed into Resus following a collapse in a local night club.
Bed blocked again, what can we do!
A 2-year-old boy is brought to the ED at 2 am with noisy breathing and a barking cough.
Is love in the air? …or is it the kissing disease? It was only a kiss, how did it end up like this? A teenage boy got more than he was bargaining for after an innocent kiss with his girlfriend but do you know enough about the "kissing disease" to aid in his management?
The patient is now on ITU, having had a 2 hour delay because of errors.
A 59-year-old man presents to the ED at 11pm with acute onset severe (9/10) generalised headache and vomiting, which started at the dinner table at 5pm.
A 17-year-old tall thin male presents with sudden onset of sharp, stabbing bilateral chest pain, worse on inspiration and most severe under left scapula.
A 21-year-old man is involved in a high speed RTC. He has a GCS of 6/15 at the scene and has an isolated head injury.
It is Saturday night and your next patient is a 28-year-old man who has been assaulted earlier that evening.
The unspoken disease of inflicted, non-accidental injury in children.