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Phlegmasia Cerulean Dolens

CASE A 35 yo woman presents with a painful blue swollen leg, that occurred rapidly, the evening before....

Resuscitation:The Outer limits

Resuscitation is reaching new limits, with new techniques and technologies giving results that we never thought possible. In...

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...