Posted by Dr Matt Reed | 4 Aug 2016
EMERGE was recently delighted to be invited to be the face of the CHSS Summer Fundraising campaign. CHSS have supported some of the exciting research EMERGE has initiated such as the PATCH-ED study looking at patients presenting to the emergency department with syncope (fainting) of unknown cause, and the IPED Study is looking at patients presenting again to the emergency department with palpitations of unknown cause. Both studies are trialling technology that hopes to improve diagnosis and therefore patient care. So far both studies are going really well.
To take a look at the Summer campaign please click on the following link
8 Jan 2020 | Emma Moatt
ACUTE CARE EDINBURGH Speaker Thursday 20th February - 13:30 - 14:30 hours Lecture Theatre B, Chancellors Building, Little France Chair: - Matthew Reed ……………………………………….. Kerstin de Wit Emergency and Thrombosis Physician, Hamilton Health Sciences; Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, McMaster University, Canada 'Optimizing the diagnosis of acute pulmonary embolism'Read more
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