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.
The child with decreased consciousness is a common problem with many possible diagnoses and potentially high mortality and morbidity.
Describing the initial management of tetanus in the ED.
Management of Cardiac Transplant Patients in the ED.
This module focuses on community acquired pneumonia (CAP) which is by far the commonest form of pneumonia seen in the Emergency Department.
This module is a summary on notifiable diseases aiming to put the notification process in context of the wider public health implications.
This session outlines a standardised approach to providing care for a haemodynamically normal patient presenting following rape or sexual assault.
This session aims to increase the awareness of Kawasaki disease with a focus on recognising the principal clinical features, in line with recent updates to the NICE guidelines
Recognising the clinical features of invasive meningococcal disease in children
This session looks at the techniques available to collect urine samples from children in an emergency department. It discusses the evidence basis and the relative merits of each technique
Impetigo, erysipelas, cellulitis and necrotising fasciitis represent a spectrum of soft tissue infections
Needlestick injury is a wound piercing the skin caused by a contaminated sharps instrument, most commonly a hypodermic needle. This session considers needlestick injuries in both healthcare workers (HCW) and members of the public.