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Whilst the embedded management of the airway in ED is via direct laryngoscopy, advances in technology and equipment →
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 →
Everything we do in the Emergency Department is a test, be that a question, looking for a clinical finding or performing a ‘traditional’ test. Truly understanding this concept and applying it will help lift your diagnostics to a higher level. Download the supporting PowerPoint presentation Add this content to your CPD →
Ultrasound is becoming a key part of Emergency Medicine. It’s potential applications are vast and use throughout the UK is spreading fast. We look at a recent paper focusing on its utility in aiding diagnosis in the ED to respiratory presentations. Will this change your practice? Download the support PowerPoint presentation Add this content to →
Deciding the best course of management for a patient in your ED with an unidentified case for collapse poses a difficult challenge. This episode we look back at a paper attempting to validate the San Francisco Syncope Rule and see what we can take from the paper to inform and improve our risk stratification of →
David Raven, EM Consultant at HEFT describes the challenges in dealing with trauma in the elderly population and →
Su Dorrian and Jo Pointon discuss the evidence base surrounding the use of non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and →