Results for “[neurology]”

Displaying all 8 results
  1. EMJCLUB Article of the Month Podcast #2 - June 2013 audio
    EMJCLUB Article of the Month Podcast #2 - June 2013
    INTERACT2 - Blood Pressure Reduction in Spontaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhage Anderson CS, et al. Rapid Blood-Pressure Lowering in Patients with Acute Intracerebral Hemorrhage. N Engl...
  2. SGEM#28: Bang your Head audio
    SGEM#28: Bang your Head
    Case Scenario: 39yo woman known to your emergency department with a long history of migraine headaches presents in her usual way. There is nothing to suggest anything other than her typical...
  3. SGEM#24: The Strokes audio
    SGEM#24: The Strokes
    Case Scenario: 68yo man arrives to the ED with 15 minutes of tingling in his right arm and leg. He has a history of hypertension and previous TIA. The examination is completely normal. He is...
    Created on 07/06/2013 by Ken Milne
  4. Collapsed with headache image
    Collapsed with headache
    This patient complained of a severe headache to their partner before collapsing and striking their head on the bench top on the way down and then on the floor. GCS 3 on arrival, intubated in ED....
  5. SGEM#8: ABCD2 Not as Simple as 1,2,3 audio
    SGEM#8: ABCD2 Not as Simple as 1,2,3
    Case Scenario:68yo woman with unilateral weakness lasting 20 minutes. Blood pressure 165/95.Question:Does the ABCD2 score predict who will go on to have a stroke in the next 7 or 90 days?
    Created on 03/01/2013 by Ken Milne
  6. SGEM#11: All Seizures Stop…Eventually audio
    SGEM#11: All Seizures Stop…Eventually
    Case Scenario:A healthy 23 year old woman presents 37 weeks pregnant seizing. She has no history of seizures, drugs, trauma, illness, etc. You are addressing the A, B, Cs and the nurses asks “what...
  7. Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 013: Post Communicating Artery video
    Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 013: Post Communicating Artery
    Yes I know it’s more circle of willis stuff but we’re getting there I promise you.Links to RootAtlas.comMore info on Emergency Medicine Ireland
  8. Bell's palsy diagram image
    Bell's palsy diagram
    Bell's palsy is a form of facial paralysis resulting from a dysfunction of the cranial nerve VII (the facial nerve) that results in the inability to control facial muscles on the affected...
    Created on 12/11/2012 by Aaron Sparshott