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Case A15. Pericarditis. St Emlyn’s ECG Library

History The ECG was recorded from a 50 year old man with a two day history of retrosternal chest pain associated with a ‘flu like illness. The pain was aggravated by movement, coughing or taking


Case A14. Acute Anterolateral Ischaemia. St Emlyn’s ECG Library.

History The ECG was recorded from a 54 year old man who had undergone coronary angioplasty to the left anterior descending coronary artery six months previously. He had experienced angina after an inferior infarct eight

In Pursuit of Excellence at #StEmlynsLive

“Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?” “That depends a good deal on where you want to get to,” said the Cat. “I don’t much care where-“ said Alice.

Podcast: August 2018 round up of the St Emlyn’s blog

A little later than planned, but here is the podcast round up of the St Emlyn’s blog for August 2018. The following blogs are discussed.   Lessons learned at EMSA Troponin and Biotin


Professor Richard Body

Professor Richard Body MB ChB, FRCEM, PhD Co-creator, Editor in Chief. St Emlyn’s Professor of Emergency Medicine Honorary Consultant in Emergency Medicine Director, Manchester Diagnostics and Technology Accelerator (DiTA)   Biography I completed my clinical

St.Emlyn’s at #EuSEM18 – Day 3

Nearly at the end of what has been a fun and exciting conference with lots to learn and take home into our own practice. We’ve described much of this on our blogs reviewing Day 1

Using narrative learning and story telling in Emergency Medicine. St Emlyn’s

Some years ago I attended the first SMACC conference. It was special in many ways but it was an epiphany for me in my medical education journey. It opened my eyes to the possibilities of

EuSEM day 1

St.Emlyn’s at #EuSEM18 – Day 1

They said Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War was the biggest crossover event in history, then along came a joint conference between the Royal College of Emergency Medicine and the European Society For Emergency Medicine. I think

We call it massiiiiiiivve. PE at St Emlyn’s

I have been asked to talk about the diagnosis of massive PE for the upcoming EUSEM congress in Glasgow this month. We have blogged on this before1, but it’s a thorny issue and one that

50 shades of black and white: the folly of dichotomy

In this quick post I’m hoping to get you thinking and asking questions about how we measure things in medicine. And I hope that, like me, it might change how you interpret information in your

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