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South Glasgow EM
Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Emergency Department, Glasgow
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EMERGE Feb 16
Impressive work by today - 2 recruits to -CTCA & only 2nd day open to recruitment
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Alex Koyfman Feb 10
Bi-level Ventilation: Who Needs it and Who Doesn’t? Pearls and Pitfalls
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UofG Medicine Feb 9
Undergraduate Conference in Clinical Medicine - 25th March - Register @
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Cliff Reid Feb 14
WOBBLER - identify critical ECG abnormalities in the otherwise well looking syncope patient, going in PQRST sequence
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Paceline Medical Jan 30
FRCEM Primary exam registration for June sitting open! Prepare to succeed - join us on our April course at RCSEd.
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Dr Jonathan Hanson Feb 1
please retweet - growing sport and exercise docs for the future.
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Hannah Browne Jan 31
ie// rate of normal trauma WBCT in is 14% .... poses Qs, but missed injury rate not higher than average!
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South Glasgow EM Jan 31
Andrew Downie now discussing forthcoming QEUH trauma CT protocol
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South Glasgow EM Jan 31
CT is not a substitute for a full secondary survey
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South Glasgow EM Jan 31
missed injuries almost all limb injuries. Only 1 had surgery
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South Glasgow EM Jan 31
121 STAG eligible pts with ISS>15 in same period. 57%selective CT, 43%WBCT. 14% "missed" injuries-58% had WBCT
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South Glasgow EM Jan 31
86% had +ve CT, of whom 56% ISS>15, 82%>9. are we good at selecting our pts 4 WBCT or not scanning enough?
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South Glasgow EM Jan 31
50% of trauma pts with CT, had surgery, 63% of whom had ISS>15. 91% alive @ 7d, 87% alive
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South Glasgow EM Jan 31
review of CT 4 trauma pts @ QEUH. 97 pts had WBCT. 4M:1F median age 43(17-96) median ISS 19(5-54)
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South Glasgow EM Jan 31
All ISS>15 patients reviewed by ED consultant with data
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South Glasgow EM Jan 31
Review of first 2 months of hospital trauma call show no "missed" calls
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South Glasgow EM Jan 31
Seven QEUH trauma team calls in first month of hospital trauma response
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South Glasgow EM Jan 31
Next up is presenting a review of 1st few months of the QEUH system
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South Glasgow EM Jan 31
Hints for arterial trauma- document the pulses! Be alert to changing/fluctuating pulses & scan (CTA) a lot!
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South Glasgow EM Jan 31
Wesley Stuart, Vascular Surgeon QEUH, discussing blunt trauma arterial injuries
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