Tag: CAP27

Lesson Plan – Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

References and Further Reading Swaminathan A, Beck Emsay J. Episode 96.0 – Carbon Monoxide Poisoning. Core EM Podcast. May 2017 Carbon Monoxide Poisoning. NICE Guidance. October 2018 Farkas, J. Carbon Monoxide Poisoning. EMCrit. January 2rd

Party hard in the UK: Ecstacy and more in #Virchester. St Emlyn’s

The onset of late spring in the UK marks the start of festival season. Dancing in fields for enjoyment likely goes back to prehistory and pagan fertility (of crops, animals, and humans) rituals. Whilst Morris

JC: One Too Many?

That your “drunk” patient with presumed alcohol intoxication is not simply drunk but in fact has a different, potentially life-threatening cause for their reduced conscious level is a lesson best learned early in the Emergency

Management of paracetamol therapeutic excess in the ED. St.Emlyn’s.

I’m trying hard not to be slightly annoyed with Mr X. I know we are supposed to be empathic and understanding, but somedays there are patients who are just a little tricky to deal with.I

Synthetic Cannabinoid

Sugar and Spice…Not All Things Nice

The use of synthetic cannabinoids is on the rise.  They are dangerous, don’t fit a particular toxidrome, and can require emergent intervention.  They are a nasty phenomenon and this article will hopefully show you why.

N2O Laughing Matter

Everyone likes balloons, right?  Some people really like balloons, and more specifically the contents of them.  Having recently moved to East London, I can’t cycle to work and back (only about 15 minutes or so) without

Are We Doing All We Can For Mental Health? St.Emlyn’s

Is Mental Health a Problem in the ED? Acute (and chronic) mental health issues in the ED, to me, represent one of the trickiest and perhaps most poorly dealt with presentations in Emergency Medicine.  I

Opiate Overdose in the ED. St.Emlyn’s

Listen to the podcast on the management of Opiate OD in the ED by clicking on the link below. Opiate overdose is a common presentation to the ED. It has a significant mortality in the

JC: IV Fluids for alcohol intoxication. St.Emlyn’s

I’m always on the look out for RCTs relevant to emergency medicine and I have an automated search set up in PubMed to bring any to my attention (does everyone do this, or is it


Translate »