Karendeep Aujla

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The provision of radio medical advice by the National Health Service for British coastal waters has developed in an ad hoc fashion. In 1999, the closure of one of the two centres providing such advice led to unexpected problems. The demographic characteristics of the offshore population covered by each centre were markedly different and this resulted in a(More)
Historically, requests from shipping in UK coastal waters for emergency medical advice have been handled on an ad hoc basis by various accident and emergency departments on behalf of the Coastguard. A formal contract to provide this service has recently been established with the Aberdeen Royal Infirmary in Scotland and the Royal Alexandra Hospital in(More)
Popliteal artery entrapment syndrome is an unusual presentation of calf pain to an accident and emergency department. We report the case of a 36-year-old man presenting with left calf pain and investigations confirmed the diagnosis of popliteal artery entrapment syndrome. A&E doctors should consider this diagnosis in their differential diagnoses for calf(More)
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