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Own the Patient (Clinical Case 126)

It is January – so in Australia that means it is the time of year when all of the junior doctors in the country rotate into new jobs, hospitals and towns.  Here in Broome we have taken on a brand new cohort of super-smart residents [and welcomed back some old faces]. Inspired by some discussions […]

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Clinical Case 125: Tricky Trauma Tachy

Hello team, I have a really special treat for you all. Drum roll…..  A brand new guest contributor here on the Broome Docs blog! Today’s case comes from one of my favourite FOAM folk – Dr Victoria Stephen.  In case you have not met or followed Tori  – stop what you are doing and jump […]

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Clinical Case 124: Sand, Surf and Shattered Shin

Today’s case is maybe not unique to Broome.  Representative of every Aussie town where teenagers, cars and boredom seem to intermingle to create crazy injuries… and sadly; occasionally tragic deaths. Our 24 yo lad [almost always a male] presents to the ED with a bunch of his mates in the back of a ute [never a […]

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Clinical Case 123: How we do SVT Better

This case is inspired by a recent Twitter chat involving Seth Trueger, Chris Hicks, myself and the eternal opposition -Dr le Cong. There were others involved – thanks for joining the conversation to prove Minh wrong So here is the case: Barry is a 27 yo bloke who has never had a sick day in […]

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Clinical Cases 122: Feast, Fast or Flood Fluid Freesome

This is a “what would Weingart do?” trio of cases.  If you haven’t been keeping up with ‘the Man’s podcast then you would have missed the last few episodes where he has re-explored the modern paradigm of fluid resuscitation in Critical Care.  We have seen a whole tsunami of potential answers, techniques and a few […]