Emergency Medicine is a fantastic specialty and in UK careee progression is straightforward. This post is about possible entry to EM training program of Health Education England and Royal College of Emergency Medicine!
ACCS is a great way of entry for Emergency Medicine training in UK. ACCS ready is a course by EM trainees to share experience & give idea about ACCS interview!
A&E is always a fast-paced place. Many things are going on at the same time. Sometimes it become very difficult to keep pace and while human factors play important role to make situation more unpredictable. Day by day we have become more and more dependent on apps. There are apps which are very effective and... Continue Reading →
In this era of emergency practice a bulk of patient present to the ED with chest pain and exclusion of cardiac chest pain and/or ACS is one of the primary goals here. Checking repeated cardiac troponin is a standard process and an acceptable way of management for suspected ACS patients. In our today's discussion we... Continue Reading →
Emergency department is the place where many emergency procedures been performed. It has been mentioned always to conduct observations following any procedure. Recently Royal College of Emergency Medicine has recommended specific time and numbers of post procedure observations. RCEM recommended minimum observations at 5, 10, 15, 30 minutes post procedure. RCEM mentioned in a tweet: SAFETY... Continue Reading →