Super Furry Animals: really quite good music! In Virchester, it’s not uncommon for our Friday and Saturday night punters to arrive worse the wear for drink and/or drugs. Most EPs of any experience will be able to tell you stories of the opiate misuser who’s hit we have “effin’ ruined” in the course of saving […]
The most amazing place in the world! Thanks to @TropicalEDdoc, @Lanafeld and @abc730 for the prompt for this. [blackbirdpie url="https://twitter.com/Lanafeld/status/304163541714354176"] Drugs and music have always been a fairly potent combination. Unfortunate deaths, such as the above are thankfully rare, but do happen. Malignant hyperthermia and Serotonin syndrome are hard enough […]
Lee Fineberg and Mark Newcombe are Emergency Physicians and Helicopter-Retrieval specialists from Australia, but more than that they seem to be a couple of top chaps who have devoted a great deal of time and energy into sharing emergency medicine around the world. Last year they organised the first Developing EM conference in Sydney aimed […]
#FOAM and #FOAMed have certainly captured the zeitgeist of emergency medicine but is foam always a good thing? It’s a question that we should ask and it seems that there are some answers in the literature. I do tend to keep an eye out for papers related to Ophthalmology (family reasons) and recently came across […]
Diagnosis Investigation and Management of Morrell Lavallee lesions in the ED (Emergency Department). Use of Ultrasound in diagnosis.