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TOP 10 Tips for Learning Bedside Ultrasound

I do quite a bit of teaching on the basics of ultrasound and try to coach our trainees through the their first experiences with bedside US.  Over the years I have learned a few tricks and tips which I think are very useful to optimise the learning and development of “hands on” sonography skills. I […]

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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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PE Prognostication with Dr Anand Senthi (part 2)

Ok, its here – the second part of the PE podcast.  This is where all the new concepts are squirrelled away.  We know that our current approach to PE is imperfect and likely does harm to a good number of patients – so can we do better? Dr Anand Senthi is back to run us […]

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Paediatric Constipation: with Dr Mel and Liz

OK, not the sexiest topic in the history of Broome Docs – but Paediatric constipation is common.  Maybe you’ve seen the kid with the fresh PR blood – same kid most likely. This is a nice chat on the history, exam and initial management of children with trouble in the toilet – constipation, straining, diet […]

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Neonatal Resus Tips with Drs Mel Thompson and Liz Bannister

Welcome back – it has been a busy week on the job, so not much new stuff. Today I am putting out a podcast I recorded with a few of our local travelling PAediatricians – Dr Mel Thompson – who has previously delivered a couple of “lessons hard learned” and her mate Dr Liz Bannister. […]