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It’s a common scenario in multiple ED’s every single day; The pre hospital cardiac arrest has arrived in your resus. They’re undergoing ALS, the team has run through their 4H’s and 4T’s. So far they haven’t been able to achieve a ROSC and are at a tipping point. They’re wondering whether continuing with this resuscitation →
If you’ve worked in Emergency Medicine for any period of time then you can’t have avoided this conversation….. ED Dr ‘Hello I’ve got a patient I’d like you to see. They’ve got a hot swollen knee, no history of trauma, unable to weight bear and a normal X-ray. I’m pretty sure they’ve got a septic →
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Whilst the embedded management of the airway in ED is via direct laryngoscopy, advances in technology and equipment →