The right forearm x-rays are from a 3 year old following a fall on outstretched hand. What can be seen? Continue reading
A 5 year old child is brought to your ED by her mum complaining that she has not being eating or drinking much over the past 5 days.
The child looks unwell and finger prick glucose is 2.6 mmol/l. Continue reading
The following pelvic x-ray is from a 15 year old with pain in the right hip which started while running. What can be seen? Continue reading
A 1 year old child is referred to your ED by the GP. His mum states that gets recurrent upper respiratory tract infections. Continue reading
A 2 year old boy is brought in to ED by his grandparents, having found him unresponsive at their home. He has no significant past medical history.
On examination he is drowsy with a GCS of 7 (E2V1M4) and has the following observations:
BP 80/50 mmHg
O2 sats 100% on 2 litres nasal cannula
His VBG is as follows: Continue reading