HEENT emergencies

A great summary of HEENT emergencies (Facial and Scalp Lacerations, Mandibular Dislocations, Auricular Lacerations, Auricular Foreign Bodies, Eyelid Lacerations, Epistaxis, Nasal Bridge Fracture Reduction, Nasal Septum Haematoma, Nasal Foreign Body, Peritonsillar Abscess  

Acute Visual Loss in the ED

History including specific eye involvement, sudden vs. chronic loss, pain, redness and discharge, trauma, other symptoms, and medication use are vital. Physicians should be comfortable completing an appropriate history and physical examination including general inspection, visual acuity, pupils, EOMs, visual fields, fluorescein, lids, IOP, slit lamp, and US. Emergent consultation is required for acute angle […]

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