A mechanic presents with something in his eye. Can you navigate the traps and pitfall of assessing and managing this common emergency presentation?
As part of awful eye irritation, exasperation and enigmatic equivocation month at LitFL I give you Dr Root’s entertaining and enlightening Eye Trauma lecture.
A 4 year old boy presents to the emergency department following a choking episode at home 30 minutes previously.
With the Flu season upon us the Utopian College of Emergency for Medicine (UCEM) would like to remind all fondling members of their duty to take a full and appropriate past medical history. This includes a past sexual history…
A toddler’s respiratory distress is getting worse. He is wheezy but not responsive to bronchodilators. Could Swedish furniture be the cause?
Mr Ivor Plank attended the Emergency Department on the weekend having developed a painfully strong bond with an expensive piece of skirting board…Clinical review of nail gun injuries presenting to emergency departments and the management of penetrating nail injury.
A case-based Q-and-A on procedural sedation using ketamine to remove a button battery from a child’s nose. What would you do? What if laryngospasm occurs?
This 42-year old male was receiving TPN via a PICC line following recent abdominal surgery. A CTPA requested to investigate chest pain revealed some unexpected findings.
Top 10 list of favorite ingested or inserted foreign bodies. Ingested or inserted foreign bodies are often best delineated with X-ray
How many foreign bodies can you identify?