Guillain Barre in ED – acute inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy – ascending motor paresis with lower motor neurone features with some dyautonomia and cranial nerve abn – don’t forget to check FVC and FIP.

GBS presents occasionally to ED as paediatric or adult weakness. Key components of the clinical picture include -varying degrees of lower limb weakness ( sometimes presenting as new onset ‘cannot walk’), LMN signs in ascending pattern -usually mostly motor, but some...

Burns in the ED

The ED PHYSICIAN considerations are the difficulty excluding airway inhalational burn, overestimation of TBSA and the evidence deficit for what formula and type of fluid to use for resuscitation.