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Clinical Case 109: Eyes, Air and Ultrasound

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A quick case that shows how we can use ultrasound in clinical assessment of eyes and why US makes me look like a better doctor. 30 year old woman – was punched in the face 3 days ago at a disco.  She sustained a small laceration over the inferior orbital rim – but went on […]

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Lung Ultrasound with Dr. Kylie Baker

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For about a year now I have been spending time “working” for the Ultrasound Leadership Academy – run by the team from the Ultrasound podcast.  It is really cool to be able to chat with enthusiastic US learners all over the globe about the clinical coal-face of US in medicine.  One question I get asked […]

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A Chat with Dr Jim McDonald

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Gday team. This is a conversation I had with my mate and mentor Dr Jim McDonald.  Jim is a 45 year veteran of GP.  Based in Melbourne – he has worked all over the country as a rural locum.  He has delivered over 4000 babies in the suburbs of Melbourne and trained countless GP registrars […]

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Strept throat: Global Paeds Hangout

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After the post on Strept throat, Swabbing and Such last week – I have recorded a longish podcast with a gang of international PAeds FOAM crew: Drs Damian Roland,  Seth Trueger and Melanie Thompson.  They joined me for a chat about all things to do with pharyngitis in kids – the diagnosis, the work up, […]

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Prostate Cancer screening: survival vs. mortality

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Hi there In case you missed it – Dr Rob Park has just published an epic review of prostate cancer screening over on the FOAM4GP blog. If you have any exposure to prostate cancer screening in your practice or just are interested in the way modern medicine works – go over and check it out. […]