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 […]
In the UK it’s now standard practice in hypovolaemic/bleeding trauma to use packed red cells as the first line resuscitation fluid. That’s what we keep in the fridge in the
Mortality for hypotensive trauma patients undergoing emergency laparotomy have not changed in 20 years. This blog explores the literature and the future!
November was a busy month for the St Emlyn’s team with a variety of blogs on conferences, EBM, philosophy and education. Here’s the podcast and the links to the blogs
So, this was the lecture title I was given for the RCEM CPD conference this year for the geriatric medicine session. Quite the opposite of what I usually talk about,
Where would we be without warfarin? The good old rat poison has served us brilliantly for decades, allowing us to anticoagulate patients to treat and prevent venous thromboembolism, prevent stroke
I am lucky enough to work in both paediatric and adult trauma centres in Virchester. I think this is a good mix as really nasty paediatric trauma is rare but