Interpreting ECG’s is trickier than you think. One must have a system that will stand up to the pummel of ED situations and environmental influences
In this ‘Postcard from the Edge’, LITFL’s Michelle Johnston reflects on her recent exposure to indigenous health in Australia’s remote communities. The ‘Edge’ can be quite close to home.
Once in a while we don’t have to be EPIC
Schrödinger’s Fence…or, where we currently sit on the matter of thrombolysis in Acute Stroke. An Opinion Piece on IST-3
Do we, as a global medical profession, truly know whether or not tPA is a beneficial treatment early on in the presentation of a CVA?
This is Part 1 of three posts a basic overview of thrombolysis in stroke a detailed overview of evidence based research into thrombolysis and CVA Schrödinger’s Fence Author: Prof Daniel Fatovich Let’s compare the treatment of strokes, to the treatment of heart attacks. Heart attacks are caused by a sudden blockage of a blood vessel supplying […]
Emergency is a collection of stories penned by ER Physicians across Australia, and through them the heart of the ED meticulously dissected
The style is straightforward, and runs through, in extreme detail, multitudinous interactions between the intern and his patient – an absolute gushing fountain of information about every presentation that could possibly sneak into a hospital that clearly mops up the indigent and uninsured. The vast majority of the novel is an enjoyable romp through the […]