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Management of Acute Presentations of Sickle Cell Disease in the Emergency Department – Guideline

How to manage acute sickle cell disease. Focus on early analgesia, warmth, hydration, and oxygenation. Recognition and management of specific complications. Criteria for admission and discharge.
How to identify, investigate, and manage nitrous oxide toxicity.
You are about to see two patients both of whom have testicular pain
A 50-year-old man with a penile injury - this is one you mustn't miss!
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?
A 32-year-old man arrives in emergency department writhing in agony with flank and loin pain.
This session covers the management of patients who present to the emergency department with macro or microscopic haematuria.
This module covers the management of patients who present to the emergency department with macro or microscopic haematuria.
A young lady presented with abdominal pain, lethargy, (Groin) bone pain, depression and headache.
Another pain in the back SBA
A 5-month-old boy is brought to the Children’s Emergency Department with a red, swollen scrotum.
An elderly gentleman presents to the ED with increasing frequency of nocturnal enuresis.