Tag Archive: trauma

Karim Brohi on Vascular Injury at the London Trauma Conference

No conversation about the evolution of trauma care in the UK is complete without a mention of Karim Brohi, Vascular and Trauma Surgeon, Professor of Trauma Sciences, friend of St Emlyn’s and all-round nice chap. His site trauma.org was sharing FOAM for…
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Impact Brain Apnoea with Gareth Davies from London HEMS. St.Emlyn’s

I was recently discussing the management of traumatic cardiac arrest with one of my junior colleagues and was surprised to hear that they had not heard of impact brain apnoea as a cause of respiratory and subsequently cardiac arrest. Then…
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JC: Progesterone’s pleiotropic failure in head injury. St.Emlyn’s

Pleiotropic might just be my favourite new word, thus overtaking November’s great word ‘Glyptotek’ (Danish for Sculpture museum). I digress. Pleiotropic is a word used to describe the ability of a gene to affect multiple phenotypic traits. Great, what’s that…
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JC: When a subdural needs surgery in the elderly. St. Emlyn’s

The diagnosis and management of major trauma in the elderly is a really hot topic in Emergency Medicine right now.  Compared to younger patients, the elderly can sustain much more serious injuries even with apparently trivial mechanisms.  What’s more, they present…
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