A man has been stabbed near his right clavicle. Is his chest x-ray normal? What needs to be done?
A Q&A overview of the assessment and management of a sometimes neglected area of major trauma: genitourinary injuries.
A Q&A overview of abdominal injuries resulting from major trauma. Can you recognise and manage the common and important abdominal organ injuries in the ED?
A Q&A approach to the assessment of abdominal trauma with a focus on the role the FAST scan, diagnostic peritoneal lavage and the CT abomen.
A Q&A approach to the recognition and management of more potentially life-threatening chest injuries in the major trauma patient.
A Q&A approach to the recognition and management of life-threatening chest injuries in the major trauma patient.
A Q&A approach to traumatic spinal injury that provides an overview focusing on the initial assessment and management in the emergency department.
A Q&A approach to the key concepts and considerations in the initial assessment and management of traumatic brain injury.
A Q&A approach to the initial assessment and management of major trauma in the emergency department.
There's been a nasty car crash with a death at the scene. Are you ready to deal with the survivor? A Q&A approach to trauma teams, preparation and the big picture.
Make sure you know the role of the digital rectal examination in the assessment of trauma patients... You don't want to add insult to injury!
An ambulance crew have radioed through to the emergency department. They are en route with a patient who has sustained a 'microwave injury'…