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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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Clinical Case 121: Supracondylar Sono Subtlety

Another quick case from the Paeds files… Simple story – 5 year old boy playing with his 6 year old sister on bunk beds.  Mum heard a thud then a scream and found him on the floor – he has fallen about 1 metre onto his outstretched arm.  No other injury seen. On arrival to […]

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Paediatric pneumonia? Lung Ultrasound.

If you are a regular reader then you will know that I have been spruiking lung ultrasound for a few years now.  In fact I wrote this post [ Ultrasound for pneumonia – sounds crazy? ]  way back in early 2012.  There continues to be a slow trickle of studies looking at US for pneumonia – and […]

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Clinical Case 119: Trauma & the Sensitive New Age Ultrasound

OK tonight I have a trauma case for you. Billifred is a 24 year old man whom lives with his partner.  There relationship took a turn for the worse this evening when she found her sister’s underpants in his car. Billifred is a “lover, no a fighter…” but tonight he was forced to defend himself […]

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Clinical Case 117: Cancer Fishin’

OK – this case is for all the GPs and Internal Medicine types out there.  This is a relatively common scenario…  how do you play it? Here’s the case. Bruce is a 53 y.o. accountant.  He is a little overweight at 89 kg (BMI 31).  He is otherwise relatively well, he cycles to the cafe […]