Tag: GI Bleeding

JC: Halt! It’s not time for TXA! Or is it? HALT-IT results at St Emlyn’s

If you’re any kind of emergency care aficionado, you probably worship at the altar of tranexamic acid (TXA). With data showing more favourable outcomes from its use in traumatic bleeding​(1)​, post-partum haemorrhage​(2)​, maybe traumatic brain

JC: The PEPTIC study PPI vs H2RBs on the ICU. St Emlyn's

The PEPTIC study is a randomised controlled trial of a Proton Pump Inhibitor (PPI) vs. Histamine-2 Receptor Blockers for ulcer prophylaxis on the ICU. Think Omeprazole vs. Ranitidine as your choice of prophylaxis. Although there

July podcast 2019 St Emlyn's

July 2019 Podcast Round Up: St Emlyn’s

Our regular podcast review of the best of the blog from July 2019

GI Emergencies – Chris Gray at #StEmlynsLIVE

I was really privileged to give a talk on upper GI/gastrointestinal emergencies last year at St Emlyn’s LIVE. You can read more on the overwhelming impostor syndrome I felt standing there not only with, but

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Glasgow Blatchford Score 2 – The case for an RCT!

Thanks for a great post, Gareth.  If you’ve landed here without reading that post, hit the link – this is a follow on, a ‘deep dive’ in the words of Smart EM – to be taken

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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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