January 2023
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2w ago
Happy New Year! This month we’ve got a New in EM looking at the use of neutrophil-lymphocyte ratios in septic arthritis and a discussion on specificity vs. sensitivity. Becky and Chris look at the new NICE guidance on subarachnoid haemorrhage and Rob talks for too long about it, and then we return to New Online with some new articles for your CPD. If you'd like to email us, please feel free to do so here. here. (02:38) New in EM – Neutrophil:lymphocyte ratio in septic arthritis - Synovial Fluid and Serum Neutrophil-to-Lymphocyte Ratio Novel Biomarkers for the Diagnosis and Prognosis of Native ..read more
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January 2023
RCEM Learning
by RCEMLearning
2w ago
Happy New Year! This month we’ve got a New in EM looking at the use of neutrophil-lymphocyte ratios in septic arthritis and a discussion on specificity vs. sensitivity. Becky and Chris look at the new NICE guidance on subarachnoid haemorrhage and Rob talks for too long about it, and then we return to New Online with some new articles for your CPD. If you'd like to email us, please feel free to do so here. <![CDATA[ Happy New Year! This month we’ve got a New in EM looking at the use of neutrophil-lymphocyte ratios in septic arthritis and a discussion on specificity vs. sensitivity. Becky and ..read more
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December 2022
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1M ago
This month we’ve got a New in EM looking at the use of morphine and midazolam in heart acute failure. We return to the second part of our two-part procedural sedation megamix. We speak to the organisers of the Trainee Research Engagement Day and the Emergency Medicine Trainee Association Survey Lead. Finally, we return to New Online with some new articles for your CPD. If you'd like to email us, please feel free to do so here. here. (01:55) New in EM – Morphine vs. Midazolam in Heart Failure - Midazolam versus morphine in acute cardiogenic pulmonary oedema: results of a multicentre, open‐labe ..read more
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November 2022
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3M ago
This month we’ve got a New in EM looking at IV paracetamol, look at some guidelines for sedation, we have the second part of the highlights from the Thames Valley Air Ambulance Cardiac Arrest symposium, and finish off with some more articles in New Online. (02:25) New in EM – IV paracetamol and morphine use Intravenous acetaminophen does not reduce morphine use for pain relief in emergency department patients: A multicenter, randomized, double‐blind, placebo‐controlled trial Intravenous versus oral paracetamol for acute pain in adults in the emergency department setting: a prospective, double ..read more
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EMJ Podcast October 2022
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3M ago
This month Susie and Rajesh talk about Emergency Physicians experience of stress during resuscitation and strategies for mitigating the effects of stress on performance ..read more
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October 2022
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4M ago
xThis month we’ve got a New in EM examining the use of fluids in RSI, look at a guideline for caring for patients with a learning disability, bring you the highlights of the Thames Valley Air Ambulance Cardiac Arrest Symposium, and then bring you some new articles for New Online. (01:46) New in EM – Fluids in RSI Effect of Fluid Bolus Administration on Cardiovascular Collapse Among Critically Ill Patients Undergoing Tracheal Intubation: A Randomized Clinical Trial Safety of the Peripheral Administration of Vasopressor Agents (09:02) Guidelines for EM – Acute medical care for people with a le ..read more
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EMJ Podcast September 2022
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4M ago
Graham Johnson and Ewan Barron discuss predictors of hospital prenotification for STEMI and association of prenotification with outcomes ..read more
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RCEMLearning September 2022
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5M ago
This month we discuss Laryngospasm in paediatric sedation | Case Based Discussions | Use of Non-Sterile Gloves for Wound Closure | and new online material from RCEMearning  This month we’ve got two New in EM papers, delve into two meaty Case Based Discussions and discuss some new articles in New Online. Be sure to check out the papers and links below! (01:30) New in EM – Laryngospasm in paediatric sedation Predictors of Laryngospasm During 276,832 Episodes of Pediatric Procedural Sedation (17:17) Case Based Discussions (42:55) New in EM – Non-sterile gloves for wound closure Non-steri ..read more
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EMJ Podcast August 2022
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5M ago
This month Noel and Stephen talk about paediatric fractures ..read more
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August 2022
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6M ago
This month we’ve got two New in EM papers, we look at a scaphoid fracture guideline, explore the RCEMLearning Induction Package and tell you about some new articles in New Online. Be sure to check out the papers and links below! (01:25) New in EM – Midline catheters vs. PICC lines Safety and Outcomes of Midline Catheters vs Peripherally Inserted Central Catheters for Patients With Short-term Indications: A Multicenter Study (14:37) Guidelines for EM – RCEM Suspected Scaphoid Fractures Guideline for the Management of Suspected Scaphoid Fractures in the Emergency Department (43:29) New in EM ..read more
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