Drug Rashes

Drug Rashes

Drug rashes are fairly common, but like much of dermatology, diagnostic clarification can be hard to achieve. Here, we present a standardized approach to drug rashes in the Emergency Department.   Differential Diagnosis Clinical Approach      ...
Non-sterile gloves and dressing versus sterile gloves, dressings and drapes for suturing of traumatic wounds in the emergency department: a non-inferiority multicentre randomised controlled trial

Non-sterile gloves and dressing versus sterile gloves, dressings and drapes for suturing of traumatic wounds in the emergency department: a non-inferiority multicentre randomised controlled trial

Methodology: 4/5 Usefulness: 3.5/5 Zwaans JJM, et al. Emerg Med J. 2022 Sep;39(9):650-654. Question and Methods: This study assessed non-inferiority between sterile and non-sterile technique for traumatic lacerations requiring EM-physician suture repair using a 2%...