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Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation

A 50 male patient is brought to your emergency department by ambulance post cardiac arrest. He has an...

Anchoring

You've had a horrible, horrible shift. The resus went wrong, you couldn't intubate, the ortho reg was a schmuck....

Is SVT an ischaemic arrhythmia?

We often see patients presenting with SVT. They often have ST changes, so we have to ask; Is...

Compartment Syndrome

Compartment Syndrome, is usually straightforward to pick up. How do we measure Compartment pressures? Below is a MacGyver...

I’ve Got this ‘Nanging’ feeling: Nitrous Oxide Abuse

'Nanging' is the recreational use of nitrous oxide. That cylinder you have in your emergency department and use...

Dextrocardia: Can you pick it on ECG?

This is a great case that highlights how important it is, to know how to check if your...

An Ominous ECG Sign

This is a fantastic case to learn from for a recent Circulation article(1) titled 'An Ominous ECG Sign...

Double Sequential External Defibrillation for Atrial Fibrillation

We know that Double Sequential(DSED) External Defibrillation has been used primarily for the treatment of resistant ventricular arrhythmias....

Ketamine for Control of the Agitated Patient

Can Ketamine be used for the control of the agitated patient? CASE A patient is brought into the...