Sudden Visual Loss

Sudden visual loss is a presentation one should expect and be prepared to see, as an emergency physician.
This session identifies the clinical features of acute behavioural disturbance (ABD) and covers the initial assessment and management of patients with ABD in the ED.
The child with decreased consciousness is a common problem with many possible diagnoses and potentially high mortality and morbidity.
This session reviews the clinical presentation and investigation of cervical artery dissection.
Acute dystonia is a movement disorder in which there is a state of abnormal tone produced by slow and sustained contractions of opposing muscle groups.
This session describes the management of presentations of non-traumatic subarachnoid haemorrhage in the ED.
This session describes the presentations, pathophysiology, management and treatment options for multiple sclerosis relevant to ED.
Describing the initial management of tetanus in the ED.
Vertigo is a common problem which affects 5% of adults in any one year. Consequently, it is a frequent presenting problem to the ED
Diving-related problems can present in many ways and their appropriate and timely management is essential for good outcomes and patient safety.
Nerve entrapment syndromes are a group of conditions in which peripheral nerves are damaged, through compression or repeated trauma.
Acute, severe headache is a common symptom of patients presenting to the emergency department. In 90% of cases, the cause will be one of the primary headache syndromes.