iEM Weekly Feed 11

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Acute Red Eye

By Daniel Flather – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, Link Red Eye chapter written by David Wood from USA is just uploaded to the Website!

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The Red Eye

by David Brian Wood   Case Presentation A 27-year-old female with no past medical problems presents to the emergency room complaining of 2 days of

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A Child With Fever

by Jabeen Fayyaz Case Presentation A 2-month-old female child was brought in with a history of cough and fever for 2 days. As per mother,

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Intracranial Hemorrhage chapter written by Nur-Ain Nadir and Matthew Smetana from USA is just uploaded to the Website! Read “Intracranial Hemorrhage”

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Intracranial Hemorrhage

by Nur-Ain Nadir and Matthew Smetana   Case Presentation As you start your 3rd night shift in a row, paramedics bring in a 70-year-old female

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by Feriyde Caliskan Tur   Introduction The seizure is a frequent neurologic emergency in the emergency department (ED), accounting for 1-2% of all emergency department

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Epiglottitis chapter –

Case courtesy of Dr Maxime St-Amant, From the case rID: 26840 Epiglottitis chapter written by Kuan Win Sen from Singapore is just uploaded to

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by Kuan Win Sen   Case Presentation A 62-year-old man presents to the ambulatory area of the emergency department complaining of sore throat, fever, and chills.

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Acute Sinusitis

Case courtesy of Dr Bruno Di Muzio, From the case rID: 31870 Sinusitis chapter written by Katja Žalman and Gregor Prosen from Slovenia is

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by Katja Žalman and Gregor Prosen   Introduction Sinusitis is one of the most common infections treated by emergency physicians and affects about 1 in 8

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by Emilie J. Calvello Hynes   Introduction and Definitions In the last 20 years, the collective understanding of sepsis care has gone through a major

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