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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 →
Just to let you know, the patent in cubicle 7 has got a UTI, can you prescribe her some antibiotics? Err, I guess so. How do you know? Well she just went for a wee, it looks infected and and she’s got leucocytes on her dipstick….. We’re often led by tests that we haven’t ordered →
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 leads to multiple alternatives in the form of video laryngoscopy. We look at a recent systematic review looking at this topic. Download supporting powerpoint Add this content to your CPD →
The ARISE trial, following on from the ProCESS trial, is there a different message or is EGDT a thing of the past? Download the supporting PowerPoint presentation Add this content to your CPD →