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Rural Anaesthesia Journal Club: with Alex and Mel

This is the second installment of the Rural Anaesthesia Down Under (RADU) Journal Club. In this episode, I am joined by Drs Alex Harris and Melanie Little – both local, fellow Broome GP Anaesthetists. We got together and had a chat about 5 papers covering 4 topics: Perioperative anaphylaxis (the NAP6 Audit) Dose adjustment for spinal […]

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Gamblers and Dissection… a musical treat

Hi All I am just about back after a glorious 6 weeks of long service leave, fun, sun and family. However, I did manage to do a little FOAM stuff this week… Ken Milne from the SGEM podcast / blog started a whole thing about aortic dissection and I couldn’t resist penning this parody of […]

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First10EM Journal Club: March 2018

Welcome back – another episode of the sporadic journal club this month.  In this month’s episode, Justin and I cover chest pain, LPs, nebulised furosemide, the Lazarus phenomenon and of course, the sport of Quidditch.  Spoiler alert: Quidditch players suffer wrist sprains and insightless injuries to their own pride… You can check out the written […]

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Rural Anaesthesia Journal Club

Welcome to a new thing on the show – a section all about Rural GP anaesthesia with a shiny new, Anaesthesia Journal club.  On the first episode, I am joined by my colleague from Broome Dr Alex Harris.  Here is what we discuss in written form. OBSTETRIC  ANAESTHESIA International consensus statement on the management of […]

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CSAW See-saws

Orthopaedics is really one of the last frontiers of evidence-based medicine.  In this field, there are few high-quality, randomised trials to tell us what works, what harms and what is just a waste of time.  In recent years we have seen some procedures put under the arthroscope and examined by the numbers.  Notably, the very common […]