Viral zoonotic infection, monkeypox causes a rash similar to chickenpox. Symptomatic infection involves a febrile illness and evolving rash lasting 2-4 weeks
Scarlet fever (second disease) is a bacterial illness (GABHS) that often presents as diffuse erythematous rash in the setting of a sore throat (streptococcal pharyngitis)
Do EM docs have untidy bedrooms? What is a flip frenzy? The most overhyped thing ever in ICU? And the best machine that goes ping?
Erythema infectiosum (fifth disease), is a common manifestation of infection in children characterized by low-grade fever, malaise, facial rash, and later by the spread of a lacy maculopapular rash involving the trunk and limbs.
... on ETM vs ATLS, trauma tricks, dogma, the next big thing, personal Achilles' heels, and irrational phobiassss...
Benjamin Guy Babington (1794-1866) was an English physician and epidemiologist. Inventor of the laryngoscope in 1829
Network Five Emergency Medicine Journal Club Episode 18 - Environmental Medicine -reviewing papers on land, air and sea.
Roseola infantum (exanthem subitum) is a viral illness that mostly affects infants and toddlers. Differentiated from other common paediatric rashes as sixth disease
The Communication Toolbox, touch, masks, being a tomboy, misdemeanours in a sleeping bag, and how an excellent bedside manner can give you scabies - on your butt.
Celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Holter monitor, developed by American biophysicist Norman Jefferis 'Jeff' Holter (1914-1983)
Magic mushrooms, free-falling, and the mouth feel of a fruit bat with Rob McDonald: NP, knife enthusiast and ventilation educator.
July 2022 Adult Emergency Medicine Chest X-ray interpretation with Daniel Escobar, Angela Pikus, Alex Blackwell, Bradley Thomas and Jason McCart