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This mont we have POCUS for paediatric wrist fractures, NICE Guidelines on TLOC, Interview with GP Steve Taylor, Removing Penicillin Allergy labels & New Online
One of the most common reasons for newborns to be sent in to the ED for assessment is weight loss.
It’s Friday night, a 19-year-old male who alleges he’s been assaulted is shouting / being aggressive in the waiting area. The triage nurse asks you to discharge him.
This module covers ACES scans which can provide crucial information in undifferentiated shocked patients.
How will you manage a patient presenting with an atraumatic painful swelling of their great toe?
This is the third of our public health series blogs. Keep your eyes peeled for more public health topics to follow in future blogs.
Management of the most common ophthalmic presentation: the acute red eye.
This Reference focuses on the understanding, recognition and management of acute RHF.
Diabetic Ketoacidosis, very common presentation to the ED, is a potentially life-threatening complication of type 1 diabetes. The Joint British Diabetes Societies have developed recent consensus guidelines to guide management.