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Abnormal Nose Bleed

A 25-year-old male patient presents to the emergency department with a history of nosebleeds when he presses his forehead.
In this blog, we've collated all our infographics, and some pictures, around mental health in the ED. We hope that the pictures will spark your curiosity, and you'll delve further into the original resource for further learning.
There’s a lot of tips out there for surviving as a new doctor, or as an old doctor. The transition from SHO to SpR is something that many are ready for, and many have picked up their own tips for.
This mont we have POCUS for paediatric wrist fractures, NICE Guidelines on TLOC, Interview with GP Steve Taylor, Removing Penicillin Allergy labels & New Online
This month we discuss: 'You may think that the consultants are great, and they know everything, but they don't', And then a systematic review called 'Why is pain management so difficult in the ED.'
This month we have: outine head to pelvis CT post arrest, an RCEM ASC Interview Megamix and New Online,
Reflections on revising for the FRCEM examinations
The examples of posters included in this blog should give you some food for thought about the variety of end projects you can achieve.
This blog is about how to support colleagues who may be fasting, not putting your foot in it and clinical issues.
In this article I use the word "vulnerable" to imply an individual at risk for an enhanced need of special care, support, or protection because of age, disability, or risk of abuse or neglect.
What do you do if you don’t see P waves on an ECG?