Tag: CAP1

JC: Tamsulosin and Renal Colic. St Emlyn’s

Renal colic really hurts, believe me I know! It’s one of those conditions that we see in emergency medicine where it really does not matter who you are, if you have good going colic you

The Resuscitationist’s Guide to Health and Wellbeing. A St Emlyn’s e-book.

There are four content pillars underpinning the St Emlyn’s blog and podcast. Evidence based medicine, Clinical Excellence, The Philosophy of EM and Wellbeing. We are bringing all these themes/pillars together at our #stemlynsLIVE conference later

JC: Does every appendicitis need admission? St.Emlyn’s

In recent years there have been great efforts amongst researchers in improving the diagnosis of appendicitis in the ED. A range of clinical risk scores, biomarkers and imaging techniques have been tested to improve our

JC: Should USS be first investigation for renal colic? St.Emlyn’s

A few years ago I was asked to see a patient in the rapid assessment unit with severe pain in the flank. She looked as though she had renal colic and we instituted the usual

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Induction

Starting your first job in the Emergency Department (or being asked to work there during a pandemic!) can be a daunting prospect. We have collated all of our Induction resources here to try to help

Curriculum Tags

If you’ve ended up on this page and this is the only post it is likely that you have clicked on a curriculum item that we don’t yet have any posts for. Don’t worry –


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