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5 Things to Think About in a Wheezy Child

Minimal Handling Stop touching the patient.  Often enough in paediatrics, more is not better. This is of key...

The Crashing Asthmatic Patient

The Crashing Asthmatic Patient is perhaps one of the most frightening of patients to treat. I'm not talking...

Syncope

Syncope is one of those conditions you either love or hate. I certainly have at least five presentations...

Which Patients with Pulmonary Embolism should get Thrombolysis?

The diagnosis of pulmonary embolism(PE) is an almost common occurrence in the emergency department. The question of which...

More Non-Invasive Ventilation

Following the video on how to use non-invasive ventilation, I was asked to briefly again explain in graphical...

Pulmonary Embolism in Patients With Syncope

HOT OFF THE PRESS Prandoni P et al. Prevalence of Pulmonary Embolism among Patients Hospitalised for Syncope. NEJM...

How Big is that Pneumothorax?

Can you easily calculate the size of a pneumothorax? Does the size matter? Calculating the size has been...

The Deep Sulcus Sign and more.

Have you ever had a chest X-ray in someone that might have a pneumothorax, but you couldn't see...

The Many Faces of Tuberculosis

    As many of you who regularly read this blog will know, I have a bit of...
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