Archives for February 2013

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Broome Docs Podcast: Headaches in primary care with Minh and Gerry

This podcast is all about the diagnostic approach to headaches, the red-flags, but more about the common primary headaches syndromes that we see in office-based GP. For your reference – go back and check out the PHARM podcast on the severe headache in ED setting – but this one is more about the chronic or […]

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Snakebite 101: Broome’s Brits SAMCC down PK

In case you have been living on a planet other than Earth it is only a few weeks until the SMACC conference kicks off in Sydney – it is going to be “epic” as my Med Students like to say. I am really looking forward to meeting a heap of people whom I have ‘met’ […]

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Clinical Case 081: Intubation Procrastination

This is my first Clinical Case on the podcast.  So hope you like the format – it is a bit mixed media. Here is what I want you to do – first listen to the podcast below,  take your time to think it over and then give me your opinion. Either write a comment on […]

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Do TIAs cause syncope? – give your opinion

HI All A new trick.  I am trying out this online survey feature. Let me know if you have an opinion or experience in TIAs and syncope.

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Clinical question: Can a TIA cause syncope?

Gday readers – today I am crowdsourcing an answer to a clinical conundrum.  Sorry no answers – I want to know what you think. I have been giving a particular tutorial to my trainees for a while now – it is a sort of “choose your own adventure” diagnostic puzzle. I split my class into […]