PODCAST: Pushing Pressors in the Periphery


The mantra of the Broome Docs site is “bringing great care, out there.”  And today’s topic goes right to the heart of that theme.  It is one of my pet topics – so apologies in advance if the rant is too long or detailed. This is a discussion about the early management of septic patients. […]


Clinical Case 102: Found down, Fluid please


Ok a quick case from the Kimberley.  It has been a while since I have done a quiz – so here we go!! This one is for the metabolic geeks out there.  Here is your chance to win the love and respect of your peers Imagine you are in a remote health clinic. 2 hours […]


Processing ProCESS: what does it mean for the small ED?

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Gday.  Welcome back.  It has been a slow month on the blog as I recover from the wonderful exertions of the SMACC GOLD conference.  After last week’s post on knowledge translation into the bush – this week I am jumping right in and aiming to translate some of the latest into your practice! This is […]


The Lactate “Debate” with Dr Seth Trueger

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Gday, I was lucky enough to record a new podcast with Dr Seth Trueger – inspired by the recent online discussions around lactate, or more specifically lactate-clearance as a marker, or a goal of therapy in the treatment of septic patients. This is a topic my team will be covering at the ACEM Winter Symposium […]


Clinical Case 087: Sepsis Kimberley-style (for ACEM)


This is not just another Clinical Case that I am sharing with you all today.  This case is going to form the basis of the Broome Docs team presentation at the ACEM Winter Symposium here in Broome on the 15th June 2013. So this is your chance to get involved – and share your opinions […]