Welcome to the 124th edition of Research and Reviews in the Fastlane. R&R in the Fastlane reviews the best and worst of global critical care research
Skinstamatic allows you to get a dermatology consult through your app. It embraces the benefits of technology as an aid to medical diagnosis.
Professor Ian Rogers presents a new ICE case . A 22 year old woman with a past history of a seizure disorder presents to the ED with a 3 day history of progressive rash and fever.
A 22 year old man has just returned from a surfing trip to Timor. While away he developed a fever, headache and generalised aches and pains.
A 37 year old woman presents to the ED with a week long history of a tender rash on the lower limbs and feeling non-specifically unwell. There is no history of trauma.
EM rashes is designed to give the user an alogorithm for quick diagnosis of rashes as they present in ED.
An elderly woman from a nursing home presents to the emergency department with a 3 to 4 day history of a painful rash on her face, in the region of her right eye. What’s the diagnosis? How is this condition managed?
This 24 year old female presented to the emergency department complaining of painful lumps and redness confined to her lower legs which had developed over the last two weeks.
A 70 year old man with past history of COAD presents with two days of rash and fever. His only medications are metered aerosol inhaler of salmeterol
A 47 year old man presents to your emergency department with a two day history of a painful rash on the back of his neck.
Unless you’re planning to audition for your local production of “The Wizard of Oz” don’t use Coldargan (0·85 mg silver protein, 0·68 mg ephedrine levulinate, 0·24 mg sodium levulinate, and 0·075 mg calcium levulinate per drop) topical vascoconstrictor for your runny nose! This unfortunate chap developed generalized argyrosis due to the formation of silver deposits […]