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Dr Roger Browning: On Oxytocin & Obstetric Anaesthesia

Hi all. If you are reading this message – then I am on a beach in Vanuatu eating fish and drinking rum from a coconut.  But I have a treat for you too !   This is a guest vodcast from one of my Obstetric Anaesthesia mentors Dr Roger Browning. Roger is a great bloke […]

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Stump the Chumps International on IM Reasoning

I am a big fan of the IM Reasoning podcast by Art and Nick from Auckland.   So I got in touch with the fellows and offered a case for their excellent ” Stump the Chumps” series  It is all about diagnostic reasoning- allowing the listener to hear the inner workings of the mind s […]

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Clinical Case 140: Rapid POCUS Diagnosis

A quick case from the Broome vault… This case really shows how we can use bedside POCUS to make really important diagnoses in rapid time.  Sometimes the fact that “traditional tests” are not available forces me to use POCUS as a “Substitute” which works out really well! If you are a POCUS junky or want […]

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First10EM Journal Club: March 2017

Hello EBM listeners After a month of radio silence we are back with the March episode of the Justin & Casey Journal club. This month we have 11 papers in 3-quarters of an hour. We cover the good, bad and ugly of migraine sprays.  How Facebook stats can determine your longevity, Marik’s Magic Sepsis Sauce […]

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Bronchiolitis 2017: Winter is Coming

The bronchiolitis season is here! Well it is in Broome anyway.  Winter in the southern hemisphere is on the way and we are all ready for the coughing, coryzal, crackly chickens that will crowd into our cubicles soon.  Bronchiolitis is the bread ‘n butter of Paeds Emergency care – this is something we need to […]