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Abdominal Imaging Cases 025 with Kylee Brooks, Parker Hambright, Alexis Holland, William Lorenz, Brent Mathews and Kyle Cunningham
Emergency Procedure: Emergency department Burr holes (Craniostomy). That’s right we are drilling through skulls to save lives!
Sir William Henry Bragg (1862–1942) was an English physicist, mathematician, and chemist. Bragg’s Law, Bragg Spectrometer and Bragg-Paul Pulsator
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Looking after patients with non-epileptiform seizures are a challenging, and common, event in the Emergency Department. St.Emlyns bring us a short sharp podcast on recognising and managing these in the ED.
The team at Taming the SRU looks at a recent study on using Etco2 to identify sick patients at triage, its most probably not the gold were looking for, but it seems better than relying on the respiratory rate.
TTP isn’t the most exciting topic in emergency medicine, but given its infrequence, a quick update is worth a read from the team at CORE EM.
Anton is back at Emergency Medicine Case with this month’s quick hits with banging topics from penetrating trauma tips, to using the slip lamp to remove a foreign body in the foot.
- EM Quick Hits 49 Stroke Management Update, Intussusception, 5 Penetrating Trauma Tips, Skin Foreign Body Hack, CT Radiation Risk.
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