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Professor Tim Walsh: Blood transfusion in acute care: are we ready for personalised medicine?

Professor Tim Walsh gives a lecture from the Acute Care Edinburgh Lecture series "Blood transfusion in acute care: are we ready for personalised medicine?"

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John Simpson

A novel diagnostic for pneumonia-the challenges of developing diagnostic tests into practice John Simpson, Professor of Respiratory Medicine, Newcastle University

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Inaugural Lecture - Prof Damian Mole

The pancreas is responsible for digesting all the fat, protein and carbohydrates that we eat, and is essential for health. However, when things go wrong with the pancreas, as happens in inflammation…

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Born in a microbial cloud: gatekeepers of a healthy life. Prof Debby Bogaert

Born in a microbial cloud: gatekeepers of a healthy life. Prof Debby Bogaert Part of the College's inaugural lecture series.Recorded 12 November 2018.Abstract: It was only 350 years ago that the…

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Acute Care Edinburgh - Michael Eddleston - Improving the care of patients with organophosphorus insecticide self-poisoning

Delivered on 31/10/2018 in Lecture Theatre B, Chancellor's Building, Royal Infirmary Edinburgh

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Paracetamol overdose and Acute Liver Failure

Learn the important points regarding the management of paracetamol overdose and points relating to acute liver failure by following this case.

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Inflammatory bowel disease

Follow this case to learn some of the main points regarding inflammatory bowel disease.

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Treating injured lungs by extinguishing inflammation

11th February 2015 Professor Timothy Walsh, and Professor Adriano Rossi, MRC Centre for Inflammation Research at the University of Edinburgh Many critically ill patients develop inflammation in…

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Delirium and Dementia in old age: do our stress hormones contribute?

Wednesday 16th March 2016 Professor Alasdair MacLullich and Doctor Joyce Yau discuss during normal ageing, the brain becomes vulnerable to high levels of stress hormones. This can manifest in two…

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Acute Care Scenario - Student

Example scenario for an Integrated Acute Care station - Student version

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Acute Care Scenario - Examiner

Example scenario for an Integrated Acute Care station - Examiner version

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James Tiernan: An introduction to respiratory medicine in the Edinburgh Medical School.

An overview and welcome to the respiratory medicine module in the Edinburgh Medical School, from James Tiernan.

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David Kluth: Welcome to the final year general medicine module

A brief introduction and welcome to the final year general medicine module in the Edinburgh Medical School.

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End-of-life care after stroke (case study 7)

Sensitive and effective conversations at end-of-life care after acute stroke. Case study 7: Ina McCrory. This case is fictional but is based on real-life cases. For more information on this video…

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