This session is about assessment and management of patients presenting with palpitations to the emergency department.
Dyspnoea is an overall term used to describe an unpleasant awareness of increased respiratory effort and will be used synonymously with "breathlessness" in this session.
This session details the three main presentations of Congenital Heart Disease to the ED; shock, cyanosis and congestive heart failure.
This Reference focuses on the understanding, recognition and management of acute RHF.
This session covers the diagnosis and initial management of a patient with acute aortic dissection.
This session covers the assessment and management of broad complex tachycardia.
This session looks at the aetiology, diagnosis and management of bifascicular block in the ED.
A hypertensive emergency is defined as the clinical situation in which there is a marked elevation of blood pressure (BP) associated with acute or progressive end organ damage, e.g. cardiovascular, renal or neurological dysfunction.
This session looks at disorders of potassium metabolism, in particular the presentation of hypokalaemia and hyperkalaemia in the ED. It also covers the investigation and management of these conditions.
This session is about assessment and management of patients presenting with transient loss of consciousness to the ED.
Unstable Angina and Non-STEMI: Risk Assessment and Management
Cardiac causes of ST segment elevation unrelated to acute myocardial infarction (MI) and the non-cardiac causes which might present similarly to MI.