"A 46-year-old man who has been admitted to EDU on an alcohol pathway. He has been on the ward for a few hours to sober up. He usually drinks throughout the day and is due to be discharged later."
A 2-year-old boy is brought to the ED by his mum with fast breathing and vomiting...
A 35 year old female presents to the ED with a 2-hour history of palpitations. Time to REVERT her.
An 18-month-old is brought to the ED by a babysitter who is struggling to wake her up...
A simple sedation... what could go wrong?
"If you focus on the problem, you can't see the solution."
"A 79-year-old found less responsive in his bed at a residential home."
A 2-year-old with a 7-day history of fever. Today he has stopped eating and drinking.
A 20-year-old presents to your ED with a history of fever and sweats. Don't forget their travel history!
A pre-alert is made for a 5-year-old boy who is screaming in pain complaining of a sudden onset headache. His GCS drops during assessment…