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Courtesy of partnership between @emergencymedke and the @County19Nyeri staff from outpatient and emergency department in a training aimed at equipping them with emergency care skills in a course dubbed The Emergency Care Course (TECC)


The AFEM Nursing Workgroup has been working overtime...check out their 2020 Ivy @fibivy and @PetraBrysiewicz to learn more about how you can be part of this phenomenal work!AqS18wZJX0yViOArkA_c0maAqUTG9A?e=UeixuW #AFEMNurses #SupportNursesAndMidwives #Nurses2020 #Midwives2020

Being great at providing emergency care does not necessarily make you a great teacher. You studied to practice emergency care, why not study to become a teacher? You owe it to your learners! Make sure you join the @Med_Utopia team at #AfCEM20 . More at

A 24 y/o male, recently diagnosed with HIV, presented with a two day history of left ear pain. Today he has developed left facial weakness. On examination he has a rash on his left ear.

We have another publication from our #SAQ writing day 👉

[UPDATE] We've just updated our #LightningLearning for Pain Management in the Adult ED for 2020 💊

Pain is the most common presenting complaint to ED that's poorly recognised and under-treated, delaying treatment. Find out what to do when pain is mild ☹️ moderate 😣 or severe 😫

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Dog Bite 101: The Ultimate Guide
  • Clean and evaluate the injury and remove damaged tissue
  • Close severe wounds with stitches or apply a bandage to minor bite injuries
  • Take radiographs if a foreign body or deep tissue injury is suspected
  • Recommend treatment for tetanus or rabies if indicated
  • Refer you to a specialist if there’s extensive damage or a joint is involved
  • Prescribe antibiotics to prevent infection
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Emergency medicine is a field of practice based on the knowledge and skills required for the prevention, diagnosis and management of acute and urgent aspects of illness and injury affecting patients of all age groups with a full spectrum of episodic undifferentiated physical and behavioural disorders (IFEM) - WATCH VIDEO

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