Soft tissue infection

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Authors: Adrian Boyle, Simon Laing / Code: HAP19, HAP34 / Published: 03/06/2015

Soft tissue infections are bread and butter cases for the EM clinician. Adrian Boyle gives an overview of the main take home points from his talk on just this topic at the #RCEMBelfast Conference.

Adrian covers antibiotic choice for cellulitis, the difficult to diagnose necrotizing fasciitis and the finger sniff test.

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