May 2024
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1w ago
Happy Mayday! Apologies for the delay... this month for the May 2024 episode of the RCEM Learning Podcast Rob and Liz have two new in EM sections on the use of clonidine for pain and the use of coca cola in food boluses. We have a new Guidelines for EM section on The NEXUS Guidelines for Chest Imaging and then Rob speaks with Matt Reed about submitting your work for the RCEM Annual Scientific Conference. We then end with New Online. If you'd like to email us, please feel free to do so here. (01:56) New in EM - Clonidine for pain Effect of oral clonidine on pain reduction in patients with opio ..read more
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April 2024
RCEM Learning
by RCEMLearning
1M ago
Happy April! This month for the April 2024 episode of the RCEM Learning Podcast Rob and Liz have got two New in EM segments with Andy and Dave looking at ondansetron in ketamine sedation and the use of antibotics in brain injury. We have a Guidelines for EM looking at the management of hyperemesis gravidarum and we have an interview with Vicky Price from the Society of Acute Medicine. We then end with New Online. If you'd like to email us, please feel free to do so here (04:56) New in EM - Ondansetron in ketamine sedation New in EM - Review article: Efficacy of prophylactic ondansetron versus ..read more
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March 2024
RCEM Learning
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2M ago
Happy March! This month for the March 2024 episode of the RCEM Learning Podcast Rob and Liz have got a New in EM segment with Andy and Dave talking about the use of dexamethasone in migraine. Becky and Chris will then discuss the RCEM and Royal College of Radiologist guidelines for diagnosing thoracic aortic dissection. We then have another New in EM discussing transfusion thresholds in MI, and then end with New Online. If you'd like to email us, please feel free to do so here. (02:47) New in EM - Dexamethasone in Migraine New in EM - Randomized Trial Comparing Low- vs High-Dose IV Dexamethas ..read more
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February 2024
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3M ago
Happy February! This month for the February 2024 episode of the RCEM Learning Podcast Rob and Liz have got a New in EM segment looking at the use of POCUS for paediatric forearm fracture. Becky and Chris then go over the NICE Guidelines for transient loss of consciousness in the ED. Liz interviews Steve Taylor on the interface between primary and secondary care. We then go to Andy and Dave again looking at delabelling penicillin allergy, before ending it all with New Online. If you'd like to email us, please feel free to do so here. (02:51) New in EM - POCUS for Paediatric Forearm Fractures N ..read more
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January 2024
RCEM Learning
by RCEMLearning
4M ago
Happy New Year! This month for the January 2024 episode of the RCEM Learning Podcast Rob and Liz have got a New in EM segment looking at the DAShED study examining the diagnosis and investigation of suspected acute aortic section. Becky and Chris then go over the RCEM Guidelines for Invasive Procedures in the ED. We then go to Andy and Dave again looking at non-invasive airway management of the comatose toxicological patient. We then end with New Online. If you'd like to email us, please feel free to do so here. (02:58) New in EM - Diagnosis of Acute Aortic Syndrome in the Emergency Department ..read more
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December 2023
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6M ago
This month for the December 2023 episode of the RCEM Learning Podcast we welcome our new co-host Liz Farah. Merry Christmas!. We discuss two New in EM segments looking at overnight boarding of older patients in the ED and mortality and looking at the use of opioids in treating back pain. Rob and Liz discuss two guidelines looking at the management of hypertension in the ED and the investigation and management of cauda equina syndrome. We then end with New Online. If you'd like to email us, please feel free to do so here. (03:10) New in EM - Overnight stays in the ED and mortality in older pati ..read more
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November 2023
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7M ago
This month for the November 2023 episode of the RCEM Learning Podcast we've got a New in EM segment looking at the INTERACT3 trial looking at blood pressure targets following intracerebral haemorrhage. We then have Becky and Chris discussing the British Thoracic Society's new guidance on spontaneous pneumothorax. We then listen to Nikki Abela and Damian Roland talking about PERUKI, and then listen to Dave Clarke's experiences working in the Ukraine. We then end with New Online. If you'd like to email us, please feel free to do so here. (02:36) New in EM - The INTERACT3 Study The third Intensi ..read more
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EMJ October 2023
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by RCEMLearning
7M ago
This month Susie and Raj discuss a paper called You may think that the consultants are great, and they know everything, but they don't, exploring how new emergency medicine consultants experience uncertainty. And then in the 2nd part of this months podcast Noel and Stephen discuss a systematic review called Why is pain management so difficult in the emergency department ..read more
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October 2023
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by RCEMLearning
8M ago
This month for the October 2023 episode of the RCEM Learning Podcast we’ve got a New in EM segment looking at the CT FIRST study looking at routine head-to-pelvis CT scan post-arrest. We then move to an RCEM ASC Interview Megamix where I have a chat with ten presenters from this week's RCEM ASC about their work. We then end with New Online. If you'd like to email us, please feel free to do so here. (02:54) New in EM - Routine post-arrest head-to-pelvis CT scanning Diagnostic yield, safety, and outcomes of Head-to-pelvis sudden death CT imaging in post arrest care: The CT FIRST cohort study (B ..read more
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September 2023
RCEM Learning
by RCEMLearning
9M ago
This month for the September 2023 episode of the RCEM Learning Podcast we've got a New in EM segment looking at the SQUID protocol for DKA. We then move from last month's discussion on Head Injuries and move to Concussion and speak to two experts on the topic and how we can improve our management of this underdiagnosed condition. We then have a discussion with Dan Horner discussing the physiologically difficult airway and we then end with New Online. If you'd like to email us, please feel free to do so here. (02:30) New in EM - The SQUID Protocol for DKA The SQuID protocol (subcutaneous insul ..read more
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