the case. 42 year-old-male presents to your Emergency Department via ambulance after being found unresponsive at home by his family. Paramedics found him to have a GCS of 5 and a blood glucose level of 1.9 mmol/L.
the case. 37 year old female presents to your Emergency Department complaining of shortness of breath and bilateral thigh pain after vomiting for one week.
the case. 16 year old female presents to your Emergency Department after falling from her mountain bike on a nearby track. As she fell to the ground, she reports landing on the handlebars which struck her upper abdomen.
the case. a 44 year old male presents to your Emergency Department with severe, crushing retrosternal chest pain. He reports that the pain started suddenly approximately one hour ago whilst at rest.
the case. a 28 year old male presents to your Emergency Department with a 2-3 week history of increasing neck swelling. He is now spitting out frank purulent discharge from his mouth and reports fevers and night sweats.