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JC: Duel of the Rules: Which decision rule for head injury in children?

Dual of the Rules

Ladies and Gentlemen! The assessment and investigation of paediatric head injury is a case study in clinical risk management. Similar to chest pain in grown up medicine, it’s a frequent presentation, with a rare but potentially devastating outcome. It’s these…
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PCI for OOHCA with NSTEMI post ROSC? An acronym too far?

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So you’ve done it. In a dazzling display of medical prowess worthy of a medical TV drama you have restored the dead to life! With scrupulous airway management, high quality chest compressions (assisted by some waveform capnography, of course), careful administration…
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Glasgow Scores… Not just for coma any more!

Quick post… NICE have recently published new guidance on Upper GI bleeding. It is surprisingly sensible. I was pleased with their position on PPI’s for upper GI bleeding (not before endoscopy…). The other point that I was happy to see was the inclusion of…
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