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Common and important eye presentations to ED

Guest post on eye presentations by Dr Jame Richardson, ACCS trainee. Below we’ve embedded a great theme of the fortnight presentation by Dr James Richardson....

Thumbs Up! Thumb injuries and their management

Thumb injuries are common and you need to be aware of the anatomy, common injuries and their management if you are going to reduce morbidity

ECG Quiz ‘The Magnificent Seven’

This ECG Quiz is a theme of the fortnight from 2015 written by one of our former ACCS trainees Dr Jono Holme. How Good are...

Acute Thoracic Aortic Dissection

Guest post by Dr Daniel Bryant ACCS Trainee There is no disease more conducive to clinical humility than aneurysm of the aorta. William Osler This...

Mental Health in Our Emergency Department

Why not check out our new Mental Health eInduction page with links to draft documentation and some of the services we can refer to. This...

Blood Gas Bonanza

The ins & outs of blood gas interpretation Guest post by Dr Jono Holme, ACCS trainee This is a tour through the real basics of...

Emergency Medicine and HIV

uest blog post by Dr Stuart Winearls, ACCS trainee This Educational post is divided into three sections: A background refresher on HIV infection Post Exposure...

Interpreting Urinalysis for potential Infection in the Emergency Department

Interpreting a dip stick urinalysis result is hugely dependent on the patient group and the clinical context. The same result can mean different things in...

Common conservatively managed fractures?

Blog Post by Swati Gupta, ACCS Trainee As enthusiastic emergency department clinicians, it is sometimes harder not to do anything than to actively manipulate fractures...

Paediatric ECG interpretation in the emergency department 

Guest Blog Post By Dr Swati Gupta ACCS trainee Introduction As in most other aspects of paediatrics, it is important to remember that the child...