Acute Dystonia

Acute dystonia is a common presentation to the ED. Most cases occur as a result of recreational or prescribed drugs.…

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Bifascicular Block

This module looks at the aetiology, diagnosis and management of bifascicular block in the ED.…

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Atraumatic Red Eye

This module identifies the clinical features of the different types of conjunctivitis and describes appropriate investigation and management.…

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Soft Tissue Injuries of the Hand

This module presents a logical approach to the assessment, diagnosis and management of soft-tissue hand injuries in the ED, including suggested indications for early hand specialist referrals.…

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Post Menopausal Bleeding

This module discusses the aetiology, presentation, management and disposition of patients with postmenopausal bleeding in the ED.…

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Thoracic Injuries I

This module is part one of two dealing with thoracic injuries. It is pitched at FRCEM examination standard and you are expected to be competent at leading a trauma response.…

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Acute Delirium in the Elderly

Delirium, or acute confusional state, is a common cause of attendance to an ED. The high morbidity and mortality associated with this condition highlights the need for continuing review of the managem…

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Mechanism of Injury

Understanding mechanism of injury is a crucial aspect of managing patients who have suffered traumatic injuries. This module aims to provide an overview on attaining this information and its translati…

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Disorders of Potassium Balance

This module 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.…

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