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The treatment of atrial fibrillation is perceived to be complex due to its varied clinical presentations and numerous potential therapeutic options. Our article aims to provide the physician with a

So the brief ‘respite’ of summer is over, and we find ourselves plunging, once more towards the abyss of winter bed pressures. Hopefully those of you working at the coalface will find time to browse

(A Evans & M Taylor)

· Diabetic Ketoacidosis
1. Only occurs in patients with a history of Insulin-treated Diabetes
2. Can be precipitated by Acute Pancreatitis
3.

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Volume 1: 2
Cellulitis
Diabetic Ketoacidosis
Ventilation of the Asthmatic
Pulmonary Embolism
Anaphylaxis

Volume 1: 3
Medical Emergencies in Pregnancy
Non-Variceal Gastrointestinal

The fifth meeting of the Society for Acute Medicine took place on the 15th and 16th April of this year, hosted by Dr Paul Jenkins and Dr Rob Mallinson in Norwich. The education centre of the new Norfolk

The pressure of acute admissions continues to place a great strain on those staff fighting on the front line. I stand in awe of those with enthusiasm for the battle but am occasionally…

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Abstract A 52 year old patient, originally thought to have musculoskeletal chest pain was found to have features consistent with infective pleurisy on initial blood tests and chest x-ray, with a negative

Abstract Direct ophthalmoscopy is an essential part of the full systemic examination. However, the technique is challenging and time-consuming. In the acute medical setting therefore, it is advisable

Abstract Pulmonary embolism is common, treatable and often overlooked. Genetic factors such as factor V Leiden and acquired factors such as immobility, pregnancy, surgery and malignancy increase the

Abstract Ventilation of the asthmatic is a major challenge with a potential for catastrophic problems that can and should be anticipated. Therapy should be tailored to the individual’s needs. If managed