the case. 28 year old male presents to your tertiary emergency department with chest pain, exertional dyspnoea and left calf pain.
The case. a 70 year old female is bought to your ED at 10pm via ambulance with a dense left-sided hemiparesis following a witnessed collapse at home only 30 minutes earlier.
the case. 34 year old female presents to ED with a 2 day history of worsening left-sided pleuritic chest pain associated with shortness of breath. There has been no associated cough, fever or sputum production. She is one week post-Caesarian section; an uncomplicated, elective procedure from which she has recovered well.
the case. a 43 year old male presents to your ED with a three day history of severe epigastric pain and recurrent vomiting. He has now become increasingly breathless and is complaining of severe retrosternal chest pain.
the case. 39 year old female presents to your Emergency Department with a four day history of a gradually worsening headache. Whilst she has a past history of migraines, this headache is much more severe and of different character to any migraine she has had previously.