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The North West Emergency Medicine Regional Research Symposium 2015

On Thursday 23rd July we held our annual North West Emergency Medicine Regional Research Symposium. This is an opportunity to celebrate some of the fantastic Emergency Medicine research going on around Greater Manchester. And this

JC: Are typical chest pain symptoms predictive of outcome? St.Emlyn’s

We love a bit of meta-cognition here at St.Emlyn’s. As time passes and we all become a little longer in the tooth it becomes increasingly apparent that it’s not just ‘what’ we know it’s how

Join St.Emlyn’s at SMACC in Chicago. You know you should.

This week we got the wake up call from the SMACC organising committee. It’s time to have our slides and presentations ready for the greatest conference ever on emergency medicine, critical care and prehospital care.

The MACS rule: a new user-friendly version

This blog post is based on a paper we’ve just had published in the Emergency Medicine Journal entitled: ‘The Manchester Acute Coronary Syndromes (MACS) decision rule: validation with a new automated assay for heart-type fatty

JC: Intra-arterial treatment for Stroke

Here at St.Emlyn’s the whole team loves a good stroke trial as they always throw up controversies and concerns about methods, outcomes and our absolute favourite ‘statistics’. That said, although we love discussing the trials

Is severe chest pain more likely to be a heart attack?

    Have you ever heard this sort of conversation in your ED? Junior ED doc: Can I run my patient by you, please? Senior ED doc: Sure Junior: I  have a 40 year old man with chest

The Heart Under Stress – St. Emlyn’s at SMACC Gold

  Chris Nickson (@precordialthump) is a genius in many ways. Not only does he organise arguably the best healthcare conference in the world right now, but he’s also a very clever chap when it comes

How accurate is clinical judgement for acute coronary syndromes?

This blog post is based on the paper published in the EMJ this week – Body R et al. Can emergency physicians rule in or rule out acute coronary syndromes using clinical judgement? EMJ 2014

Cardiology Case 04: An unusual ECG

Here we go with another Cardiology Case at St. Emlyn’s.  If you haven’t already, check out the other cases in this series: Cardiology case 01 Cardiology case 02: ST depression, no rush? Cardiology case 03: Are

The MACS Rule: Immediate ‘rule in’ and ‘rule out’ for suspected cardiac chest pain

This post is about a paper we published today in Heart – the result of more than 9 years of work – phew! Here’s a link to the paper (open access), which reports how we


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