Tag Archive: Emergency Medicine

JC: Fluid resuscitation in paediatric DKA. St Emlyn’s

Over the years I’ve had some interesting, and not entirely positive interactions when treating diabetic ketoacidosis in kids. These usually focus around some very strongly held views that unless you do exactly what the other person believes to be right…
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St Emlyn’s LIVE & the Teaching CoOp course: Announcing Salim Rezaie.

#StEmlynsLIVE Salim Rezaie

We are delighted to announce two more confirmed speakers for the #StEmlynsLIVE conference. As we hope you know already, this is the first time that we are hosting a LIVE conference in Manchester and it’s going to be great. There…
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St Emlyn’s April 2018 blog and podcast round up.

Simon and Iain talk through what the team has been up to in April. All the blogs should be on the website and of course you can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or via PodBean. Key publications in April….
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JC: TICH TICH BOOM? TXA in ICH. St Emlyn’s

TXA. Huh. Good god y’all. What is it good for? Absolutely everything. This appears to be the alternative hypothesis for the TICH-2 study 1, published last week in the Lancet. Off the back of recent evidence suggesting early IV tranexamic…
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JC: Oxygen in the Acutely Unwell Patient. St Emlyn;s

When I started in medicine all resuscitation started with some form of supplemental oxygen. Whether that was by face mask, LMA or intubation, oxygen was the mainstay of initial treatment and you would even fail exams for not suggesting it…
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Codependency and the Emergency Clinician. St Emlyn’s

Editorial comment by Liz Crowe: Here at St Emlyn’s we are committed to developing and leading the way in terms of staff wellbeing.  If self-reflection and self-awareness are two essential elements in building wellbeing, then we are proud to bring you…
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