Appendicitis in a Patient with Right Iliac Fossa Pain

This session deals with the assessment and management of patients with appendicitis.
Jaundice is a physical finding, which emergency physicians see in patients who may present with jaundice alone or with other complaints and symptoms.
This session covers the assessment and management of lower gastrointestinal (GI) haemorrhage.
This session covers the diagnosis, management and treatment of anorectal conditions that commonly present to the ED.
This is an up-to-date review of peptic ulcer disease pathophysiology, presentation, management and complications in the Emergency Department.
This article covers the generic assessment and management of the pain with abdominal pain without shock.
This module will discuss the causes of lower gastrointestinal bleeding in children. It will consider how the causes can be differentiated by age, when to perform further investigations and basic management plans.
The pancreas is the largest gland in the body and is situated transversely across the posterior wall of the abdomen, at the back of the epigastric and left hypochondriac regions.
This session is about the evaluation of arterial blood gases in the emergency department.
Describing the natural history and aetiology of paediatric gastroenteritis
Patients who suffer from an acute upper gastrointestinal (GI) haemorrhage are a common reason for presentation to the ED in the UK
Patients frequently attend the emergency department (ED) with episodes of cutaneous and mucosal swelling.