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Elderly With Abdominal Pain!

Acute Mesenteric Ischemia Rabind Antony Charles, Singapore A 75-year-old woman presents to your Emergency Department (ED) with diffuse abdominal pain for the past day, associated

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Feel Responsible?

You may wonder “how to contribute” Promoting Emergency Medicine and improving undergraduate Emergency Medicine education (UEME) are the responsibility of all of us. We believe

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Take EM Clerkship Seriously!

This chapter describes how and why important the emergency medicine clerkship is. Although it aims to reach medical student/interns, there are many lessons to learn

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Secure With Square Knot

Topic Today, we just wanted to emphasize a vital part of the suturing procedure which is sometimes forgotten. This is square knot. Simple, easy and important. Problem Suturing is

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GI Bleeding in 12 min

Gastrointestinal Bleeding​ by Moira Carrol, Gurpreet Mudan, and Suzanne Bentley, USA A 61-year-old man with a history of liver cirrhosis secondary to chronic EtOH abuse

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Give Me A Headache!

Headache by Matevz Privsek and Gregor Prosen, Slovenia A 52-year old male comes to the ED with a severe headache. A triage nurse gives you

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A 22-year-old male

Acute Appendicitis by Ozlem Dikme, Turkey A previously healthy 22-year-old male was brought to the emergency department (ED) with recently-started abdominal pain. He had not

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Dramatic Diaphragmatic Hernia

In case you didn’t encounter shortness of breath today! Go To “Respiratory Distress” Chapter Go To “Chest Pain” Chapter iEM Education Project Team uploads many

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Severe Fecal Impaction And…

In case you didn’t encounter abdominal pain today! Go To “Abdominal Pain” Chapter iEM Education Project Team uploads many clinical picture and videos to the

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