#NoF – Fractured Neck of Femur

December 20, 2017

Not just a NoF, think like Dr Mark Sloan. Did they Trip Did they Collapse Were they PUSHED!!! OR Medically unwell (Think Med Review) Treat… Read more

1. Why we get things wrong – “A tale of two systems”

November 3, 2018

Very few of us come to work intent on doing harm. However, despite that we all keep making mistakes. Most of them pass unnoticed and… Read more

Aortic Dissection

June 16, 2018

Aortic Dissection (AD), is uncommon (1 AD:200 ACS) but is…Rapidly FATAL!  Unfortunately recognising aortic dissection is difficult with a clinician pickup rate of 15-43%. Read more

Early Pregnancy Bleed <16/40

March 21, 2018

Bleeding in early pregnancy is a relatively common problem and in the many cases (esp. with spotting) the pregnancy remains viable. However, bleeding in early… Read more

Epistaxis – Management

June 9, 2018

Nose bleeds are a bloody common problem (bad pun intended) – most originating at the front to the nose where there is a cluster of… Read more

LA – Toxicity

December 22, 2017

We are regularly doing femoral blocks next to major vessels. So warn the patient of the symptoms, & keep them monitored(at least 15 min). Symptoms… Read more

Massive Transfusion Pathway

February 6, 2018

In the case of patient with Massive Haemorrhage weather that be from Trauma, Surgical, O&G, UGIB, you can activate the MTP Remember: Do the Basics… Read more

Pre-Arrival Blood (O-ve)

March 13, 2019

On rare occasions you may receive a pre-alert, where you want blood available for the patient when they arrive (for example in major haemorrhage). This… Read more

RCEM CPD 2019 Day 1

April 2, 2019

 HEAD AND NECK Tracheostomy Emergency Care – Dr Brendan McGarth www.Tracheostomy.org.uk Needs to distinguish Tracheostomy from laryngectomy as a laryngectomy has no connection to the… Read more

Renal Colic

December 19, 2017

  For those who’s history and examination is consistent with Renal Stones and require CTKUB, for diagnosis. CTKUB is available 08:00 – 21:00. Immediate CTKUB… Read more

Sepsis

March 13, 2018

Background Sepsis is a life-threatening condition that arises when the body’s response to an infection injures its own tissues and organs. Sepsis can lead to… Read more

SEPSIS

November 23, 2018

Our video maybe light hearted but… SEPSIS is a Killer (1:4 Die)  and time matters Recognise, Resuscitate, Review  Read more

Thomas Spint – how to apply

February 3, 2019

Invented by a Welshman ‘Hugh Owen Thomas’, the introduction of this simple device in World War 1 went on to reduce the mortality of #femurs… Read more

Urinary Retention

February 24, 2018

A common problem which affects 1 in 10 men between 70-79yrs and 1 in 3 men 80-89yrs (10M:F) Signs/Symptoms Unable to pass urine (may be… Read more