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Milk–alkali syndrome is described as a triad of hypercalcaemia, metabolic alkalosis and renal impairment, resulting from the ingestion of calcium and absorbable alkali1. It was more common in the

Abstract Variceal haemorrhage is a life-threatening condition requiring prompt emergency therapy. This paper summarises the key aspects of management of this condition in the acute setting, including

Abstract Multiple sclerosis is one of the commonest causes of disability in young adults. This review highlights some of the acute presentations of this condition, and how these may be managed in the

Abstract The acute coronary syndromes form a clinical spectrum, which ranges from unstable angina without myocardial injury, non-ST segment elevation and ST segment elevation myocardial infarction.

Abstract Acute asthma remains an important cause of morbidity adults. The recognition, assessment and appropriate management of acute asthma are essential to avoid unnecessary morbidity and also mortality,

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Pulmonary Embolism
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Medical Emergencies in Pregnancy
Non-Variceal GI Bleeding

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Abstract Examination of the pupillary responses, being simple, reliable and highly reproducible can elicit one of the “hard” neurological signs. In this article we provide an overview of

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