Tag: CAP17

JC: TICH TICH BOOM? TXA in ICH. St Emlyn’s

TXA. Huh. Good god y’all. What is it good for? Absolutely everything. This appears to be the alternative hypothesis for the TICH-2 study 1, published last week in the Lancet. Off the back of recent

JC: Subarachnoid Haemorrhage, Decision Rules & Overtesting Headaches

Headache is a pretty common reason for presentation to the Emergency Department – so common, in fact, that it has two curriculum sections of its own (and we’ve already produced an induction post about headaches that

Let’s talk about subarachnoid haemorrhage

subarachnoid management and diagnosis in the emergency department. St.Emlyn’s controversies in the use of CT scanning lumbar puncture LP and medical therapy.

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I Can’t Get You Out of my Head – Headache at St Emlyns

We’ve all had headaches, but not often severe enough to prompt us to seek help in an Emergency Department. Many patients presenting to the ED with a primary presenting of feature of headache will have

JC: Major Transfusion Protocols – evidence or lack of? St.Emlyn’s

Major Trauma Protocols for transfusion in the emergency department are a good thing aren’t they? I certainly think so, it’s something we have instituted in both paediatric and adult practice. Surely there must be robust

JC: Milk for refractory migraines?

Every day is a school day in Virchester! When you thought you had heard everything about Propofol with recent media cover over the unfortunate event involving a pop star, a paper from Iran suggest that

NICE on headaches

  Everyday is a school day!   NICE (the National Institute for Healthcare and Clinical Excellence) have recently issued their new recommendation on the management of headaches in young people and adults. For those colleagues


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