A 65yo man presents with progressive drowsiness and confusion with a 1-week duration of dull headache. A CT brain is performed
An elderly lady from a high-level care nursing home is brought to ED by ambulance with abdominal pain, fevers, vomiting and diarrhoea.
A 50yo male is brought to the ED after an OOHCA (out of hospital cardiac arrest) due to a large dose recreational fentanyl overdose.
A 60yo male presents with one days of epigastric and periumbilical pain and a single episode of vomiting.
A 60yo female presents with 2 weeks of dyspnoea, pleuritic chest pain and bilateral calf tenderness. She is worked up for possible pulmonary embolus
A 28 yo male presents with progressive right eye proptosis, scleral injection, decreased vision and diplopia.
A 45yo female presents to ED with niggling chest and epigastric discomfort. She has a CXR which yields an unexpected finding
Cath lab activation for a 65yo male with sudden onset central crushing chest pain and some lower back pain with a STEMI pattern on ECG.
A 75 yo female is found on the floor at home with reduced level of consciousness. She was last seen well over 12 hours prior.
A 70-year-old female presents with 12 hours duration of headache and progressive drowsiness. A CT brain is performed
A 35yo male background of liver cirrhosis secondary to alcohol excess is transferred from a peripheral hospital with suspected GI bleed.
A 2yo presents following fall from a chair. She has a GCS of 5 on arrival to ED. This child was intubated and taken for urgent CT brain.