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The ‘HEAD THRUST TEST’ for acute vertigo diagnosis

Dizziness and vertigo is a common presentation to the emergency department. This month in ‘Medical Talk’, we describe...

The febrile child

This is a 14 minute audio taken from January ‘Medical Talk’. To find out more on ‘Medical Talk’,...

The airway – when will I get these skills?

Hello everyone, greetings and welcome. This is a call for everyone who has asked about improving their airway...

Vertigo and nystagmus

A 65 year old man presents to the emergency department with a sudden onset of ‘dizziness’. He feels...

The ‘airtaq’ – is this the best little gadget?

Just a quick word about the ‘airtraq’. I’ve been dealing with difficult airways for quite some time now...

When do I order a CT head in head injury?

Had an interesting case handed over to me recently, that raised some questions. The presentation was that the...

A surgical airway saved a life

One of the reasons I put on the workshops in airway and resuscitation is to get the skills...

How well does atrial fibrillation and electricity mix?

Hello Everyone, greetings and welcome. The approach to treatment of atrial fibrillation is still one of the most...

How do I treat this patient with status?

Here is a brief talk on managing patients with status. The definition of Status Epilepticus is a seizure...
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