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This month we discuss: The STANDING Protocol for Vertigo, Head Injury (Part 2 of 2), A History of A&E Performance with Steve Black, TTA Topical Anaesthetics for Corneal Abrasion and New Online.
FB inhalation is a common cause of mortality and morbidity in children. It is often not witnessed so must be considered in children with unexplained acute respiratory symptoms.
This month we discuss: The STANDING Protocol for Vertigo, Head Injury (Part 2 of 2), A History of A&E Performance with Steve Black, TTA Topical Anaesthetics for Corneal Abrasion and New Online.
We’ve talked a lot in RCEMLearning blogs about how to recognise death in ED and how to break bad news, but we haven’t really focused on how to legally “declare” someone as dead, and complete the relevant paperwork. It is through researching updates to my trust’s policy, together with making sure our international medical graduates were aware of the UK rules, that this blog post was born.
This month we look at a paper dealing with Performance of a prehospital HEART score in patients with possible myocardial infarction a prospective evaluation and also one on methocarbamol vs diazepam in management of acute lower back pain.
This month we have: TXA in trauma revisited - the PATCH Trauma trial, Head injury, HALO procedures with Joseph Mathew and New Online.
Starting from scratch to turn your ED green is a challenge. When I took on the sustainability lead in our department recently, it took me a few months to work out where to start and how to make things change. I thought it would be useful to share some of the things I have learned along the way.
This month we discuss Bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation and cardiac rhythm change over time in patients with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest, Spiking and Blunt chest wall trauma.