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This month we have: Blood biomarkers and algorithms and fever duration in febrile infants, Guidelines for EM - Sickle Cell Disease (Part Two), Absorbable vs non-absorbable sutures in facial lacerations and New Online.
It’s happening again. Paediatrics - moving from one infectious disease to the next. It feels like we are only just peeling down the posters from the measles outbreak, when we are putting up the pertussis one.
This blog starts to explore workplace culture. What is culture? Why is culture so hard to change? What can I do about it?
A 32-year-old man presents to the ED with RUQ, tachycardia and diarrhoea after starting a new herbal supplement for weight loss.
A 16-year-old patient with headache and vomiting with a past medical history of dysmenorrhoea.
A patient starts seizing in your ED, standard management is commenced but the cause and management may not be so straightforward.
A 17-year-old woman presents to ED with intense pain a week after having a henna tattoo.
A three-day-old infant is brought to the Emergency Department with rapidly worsening symptoms.
This module 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.