Louis Wolff (1898-1972) was an American cardiologist. Eponymously affiliated with the Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome (WPW) described in 1930
24 hours in the Liverpool Royal Southern Hospital casualty department, blood and guts shift in 1975. Although the times, people and process have changed – some things stay the same.
Today the UCEM released the first in a series of interviews by Hilda Lutenblag with Sir Hubert Ignatius Thompson the Third – President and primary fondling member of the Intergalactic Federation of the Utopian College of Emergency for Medicine.
World Cup Fever: pathological condition where healthy individuals manifest augmented physical responses in the presence of minor noxious stimuli.
It is a situation you, as the UCEM Waiting Room trainee sees every day. An 86 year old Gold Card holder on a pillow in the Imminent Collapse Unit is looking agitated and psychotic. She is riddled with track marks, and it is clear that she has just shot her last Compo cheque up her arm. […]
Every so often we stop, take stock, re-evaluate and second guess our instincts. Then we realise that is just plain stupid and carry on…
MUPPET Mastermind and the UCEM principal motto…Supremus Totus Vindicatum Haud Officium
Friedrich von Müller (1858 – 1941) was a German physician. Revered as ‘The Great Clinician’ (Dem Grossen Kliniker), he is now best remembered for Müller sign in aortic regurgitation (1889).