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JC: TXA in severe head injury. St Emlyn’s

Our post on the CRASH-3 trial, an RCT examining the use of TXA in head injury, was arguably our most controversial of 2019 (1). Our view was that the evidence was not entirely definitive, but

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

Can you unlock your unconscious patient’s mobile phone with their thumb? St.Emlyn’s

The case: Let’s imagine a case, based on reality but essentially a thought experiment. You are working in the ED resus area when you receive a young unconscious patient from the paramedics. They had been

Maestrini, Frank, Starling, Guyton…….and Fluids at St.Emlyn’s

Intravenous fluids are one of the most frequently implemented interventions that we, as doctors, prescribe. We give maintenance fluids (not so frequently in the ED) and we give resuscitation fluids. Recently the results of the

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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