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Tranexamic Acid: Did We Find Another Use?

Tranexamic Acid: Did we find another Use? So, picture a case. A 45 year old man presents to...

Thyrotoxicosis

A 50 year old female presented to the emergency department with anxiety, palpitations and feeling generally unwell.  She...

CRASH-3 Trial

The CRASH-3 Trial has been published. CRASH-2 demonstrated that early administration of tranexamic acid(within 3 hours of injury)...

ECG predictors of Cardiac Arrhythmias in Elderly with Syncope

CASE A 72 yo woman presents to your emergency department following an episode of syncope. There was a...

Diplopia

A patient presenting to the Emergency Department with diplopia can be a diagnostic challenge. Which patients need urgent...

Brachial Plexus Block and its Complications

A 40 yo patient presents with a complaint of total arm paraesthesia and global loss of power. Over...

Slow Atrial Fibrillation or Complete Heart Block: Lewis lead to the rescue

A 90-year-old gentleman presents via ambulance to the ED. He has suffered a presyncopal episode whilst out at...

Resuscitation Literature Review October 2019

This week, I wanted to quickly review some of the latest resuscitation literature. Let's look at 3 studies....

The Lewis Lead

The Lewis lead(1), is a means of detecting atrial activity and can be used where p waves are...
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