Tag: Emergency Medicine

Kiddy pills, syrup, compliance and cost: Paediatric medications at St.Emlyn’s

Taste influence compliance in paediatric prescribing. Important to test taste in the ED.

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Through the Looking Glass: Chirocaine vs Bupivicaine. St.Emlyn’s

I’ve seen a few paediatric femoral shaft fractures in the last couple of years, and while they always make my spidey-sense tingle for non-accidental injury, most (even the spiral fractures) have been explained away by

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Glasgow Scores… Not just for coma any more!

Quick post… NICE have recently published new guidance on Upper GI bleeding. It is surprisingly sensible. I was pleased with their position on PPI’s for upper GI bleeding (not before endoscopy…). The other point that I was happy to

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The Olympics and the ED physician

It’s a great week to be British. Bradley Wiggins wins the tour and we are just a few short days away from the greatest show on Earth – the Olympics I mean. (Ed – don’t

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Deciding Who To Investigate For ACS: The Problem Of ‘Coronary Bridge’

It seems to me that many emergency physicians struggle to understand exactly how we’re supposed to be managing patients with suspected cardiac chest pain.  The first, and arguably most important question, is about who we

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EM as a career? Yeah, but no……

  I have too many jobs! Amongst other tasks I manage the foundation program for junior docs at my large university teaching hospital. I’m effectively responsible for getting them through the two years of their


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