Emergency Procedure: Speculum examination, how (and when) to find the cervix in the emergency department.
Emergency Procedure: Male Seldinger catheter. Difficult male catheters - We recommend a Seldinger technique
Emergency Procedure: Ocular foreign body removal. Exactly what it says on the tin
Emergency Procedure: Priapism management. Management of Low flow ischaemic priapism (98%) and High flow non-ischaemic priapism (2%)
Emergency Procedure: Thoracotomy. Possibly the most terrifying emergency procedure, but also one which carries a high chance of saving a life.
Emergency Procedure: Pelvic Binders. Pelvic binders can be applied to patients following blunt trauma if there is any suspicion of pelvic fracture.
Emergency Procedure: Precipitous Birth in the ED. Let’s face it, the three births you attended as a medical student don't really prepare you for this...
Ring removal. Safest techniques for removing an entrapped ring from a finger, toe, or penis are reviewed and outlined with video demonstrations
Emergency Procedure: Emergency department Burr holes (Craniostomy). That’s right we are drilling through skulls to save lives!
Emergency Procedure: Lumbar Puncture. This core skill is worth knowing inside out. You need the confidence to put the patient at ease and perform it well.
Introducing the SECOND iteration of the FOAMed online, peer reviewed, evidence based, Emergency Procedures app for iOS and android
Julian Dobranowski Medmastery video helps identify aberrantly placed cardiac pacer leads and complications such as pneumothorax, pneumomediastinum, hydrothorax, hemothorax, hydromediastinum and cardiac tamponade