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Life-threatening conditions, adult and paediatric resuscitation, airway management and cardiac arrest
Acute medical and surgical conditions, including critically ill adult and paediatric patients
Acute psychiatric and behavioural disorders
Acute toxicological emergencies
Point of care ultrasound examination, local/regional anaesthesia, procedural sedation, and peripheral/central vascular access
Simple and complex wound repair, foreign body extraction and management of acute fractures/dislocations
Dr Anzal Rehman graduated from Avalon University School of Medicine in the Caribbean, including training at both the U.S., Seychelles, and Philippines. He completed his post-graduate internship at the Dubai, Latifa and Rashid Hospitals under the Dubai Health Authority (DHA), following which he completed his Emergency Medicine residency training at Zayed Military Hospital in Abu Dhabi. During his time in Abu Dhabi, he served as Chief Resident and actively participated in teaching residents, interns, and medical students at the Emergency Department. Dr Anzal is the Founder and President of the Emirates Collaboration of Residents in Emergency Medicine (ECREM), host of the 'ECREM|talks' educational podcast, Editor-in-Chief for the Emirates Society of Emergency Medicine (ESEM) Monthly Newsletter, Guest Editor for the PLOS One Medical Journal, as well as a Member of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine