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The ‘Lightbulb Sign’ doesn’t always mean a posterior dislocation

A 35 yo woman presents to the emergency department with a complaint of shoulder dislocation. There is a...

The unstable patient with massive PV bleed

The Case It was a quiet Sunday afternoon in a small ED (sounds like the start to a...

Will Paramedic-2 change my practice?

If you haven’t caught the newly published Paramedic-2  trial, here’s a brief rant that tells you everything you...

The Patient with Diplopia

A 58 yo male presents to the emergency department with an 8 hour history of diplopia. He has...

A 29 yo male with sudden onset of flaccid paralysis

The Case A Previously well 29 year old male awoke at 0630hrs unable to move his torso or...

A new DAWN for stroke treatment

Last week we looked at a case study involving a patient who awoke with stroke symptoms. In these...

MCA Stroke management. It’s time for a rethink

Dealing with acute major vessel occlusion stroke in a peripheral hospital setting is not what it used to...

Using Adrenaline the right way in Cardiac Resuscitation

ADRENALINE AND CARDIAC RESUSCITATION How much to use, when to use it and when not to use it....

Intraosseous Access Results In Decreased Survival In Cardiac Arrest

A new study shows a decreased survival in out of hospital cardiac arrest(OHCA) when intraosseous(I/O) access is used instead...