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JC: Cullen on high sensitivity Troponin. St.Emlyn’s

There has been much debate about the use of high sensitivity troponins in the ED over the last year, but the picture is getting clearer as we see more trials looking at the utility of

Why hyper-troponin-aemia does not always equal acute myocardial infarction

Can you remember the time when it took several days to rule out a myocardial infarction? Do you remember running serial CK, LDH and ALT? Did you run this in patients whose history was a

#ICEM22 Melbourne Day 2

This post contains some of the learning and reflections from Day 2 of ICEM 2022 in Melbourne (Friday). Day 2 of ICEM22 kicked off with a session on equity, chaired by Ffion Davies. The amazing,

RCEM CPD conference Day 1

RCEM CPD Conference 2022 Day 1

Well, isn’t this exciting! An actual real-life live conference with real-life people all together learning about hot topics in emergency medicine in real-life once again! This week sees the St Emlyn’s team return to live

February podcast and round up: St Emlyn’s

We made it! A double century of podcasts. In this month’s update Iain and Simon talk through myth busting in resuscitation, Rick Body’s airway expertise (with a side mention for high sensitivity troponin), a paper about resuscitative thoracotomy, ACPs

SASEM: Cutting Edge Evidence-based Airway Management

I gave this talk at the SASEM (Saudi Arabian Society for Emergency Medicine) conference, 2022. In this talk, I discuss recent practice-changing evidence relating to emergency airway management. I cover endotracheal intubation in out of hospital cardiac arrest (including the AIRWAYS-2 trial), video vs. direct laryngoscopy tips to optimise your view on laryngoscopy and maximise first pass success, and I cover the use of surgical cricothyroidotomy by London Ambulance Service.

James Lind research priority setting. St Emlyn’s

Back in 2015 the James Lind organisation helped us set research priorities for emergency medicine in the UK. St Emlyn’s were proud to support the process at that time as we are advocates for open,

Bezold Jarisch

What is the Bezold-Jarisch Reflex and why do I care?! St Emlyn’s

Bradycardia in the trauma patient can be a perilous sign. One might observe a typical course of events in which a bleeding trauma patient progresses through the compensatory mechanisms in response to shock. It is

CTCA

JC: CTCA for cardiac chest pain in the ED. St Emlyn’s

Computed Coronary Angiography (CTCA) has been advocated as a useful adjunct in the investigation of acute coronary syndromes (ACS) in the ED. Although we’ve made huge progress in the diagnosis of ACS through the use

Med-Fi: Chest pain in 2050

Read. more about our Med-Fi series here and see our future based content here. Fiona was relieved to have got the all clear for her heart health – it had been an anxious few hours.