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Clinical Case 134: Frequent Fitter Farmacology

Larry is a 45 year old man who is well known to your ED.  He is a frequent flyer [see podcast with Dr Seth Trueger] and attends most weeks after having a seizure in public somewhere. Larry has a background of a traumatic brain injury with a subdural haemorrhage 20 years ago.  This has left […]

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Lessons Hard Learned: Dr Anand Swaminathan

Welcome back. Another week and another Lesson from one of FOAMed’s finest minds.  Dr Anand Swaminathan is a leader of ED education and has been instrumental in bringing a lot of excellent resources to us over the years.  I was very privileged to be able to invite him on the podcast to share a case […]

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August 2016: Journal Club with Justin & Casey [JC:JC]

We are back – Dr Justin Morgenstern has returned for the second instalment of the First10EM Journal club. We fly through as many papers as we can in a podcast to bring you some of the info you need… and a bit you probably don’t. REMEMBER: we are just a couple of guys with too […]

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Lessons Hard Learned: Dr Seth Trueger

I caught up with my old mate from Chicago, Seth Trueger to discuss a case. This is a really great case – as it is one with soo many lessons for us all to learn.  It is a case of a “frequent flyer” – one of those patients that turns up on every third shift […]

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Clinical Case 133: POCUS Perils [and the Debiasing Dance]

I am a mad point-of-care ultrasound [POCUS] fan.  I scan pretty much every patient that I can.  I do this to sharpen my diagnostic skills, practice and to explore new utilities of the humble ultrasound.  However, as my POCUS practice has matured and I have made countless errors; I am learning very slowly to do […]