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The U wave and the ECG: Don’t miss this

The U wave is an often ignored deflection on the ECG. It is usually < 1mm, upright and...

Why are we still doing log roll, FAST and rectal exams?

In the blunt trauma patient, where we are considering a pan-scan, is there a role for the log roll,...

Pregnancy and Trauma

Trauma in pregnancy is a much more complex topic than simply, ’tilt them on their side’. Trauma in...

Capnography

Understanding capnography and being able to decipher the waveforms, can give us critical information on a patient’s condition, early....

The 6 Human Needs

As part of a talk on ‘Dealing with Difficult People’, I gave at EMCORE Hong Kong this year,...

Should we bring Bretylium back in cardiac arrest?

Following a brief presentation at EMCore Hong Kong in April of this year, that challenged our thinking, I...

Upright T wave in V1

A 65 year old woman presents with a 20 minute episode of chest pain. Her ECG is shown...

Syncope in Children

Syncope is not uncommon, occurring in up to 25% of children. Most causes are benign, however we need...

Smith’s Fracture Diagnosis and Management

A 15 yo male with a Smith’s Fracture. The patient had fallen onto his flexed left wrist during...
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