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Broome Docs Podcast 006: Epidurals with Dr Dave Forster

Welcome to Episode 6: better than the Return of the Jedi. In this podcast I am joined by my mate Dr Dave Forster.  Dave is super enthusiastic about pretty much everything – including epidurals.  Lets face it – epidurals can be really the bane of our practice – they can be good, bad or ugly […]

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Broome Docs Podcast 005: HCGs, Ectopics Etc with Dr Geordan Shannon

The second installment from Dr Geordan Shannon – my guide into the confusing world of Women’s Health. Geordan learns me some stuff about first trimester bleeding, HCG and US interpretation.  And what to do when it remains unclear! You might want to go back and read The previous posts on HCG  HERE and HERE if you […]

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Broome Docs Podcast 004: Labour ward pearls with Dr Shannon

OK, Broome Docs podcast 004 is now out there for your listening pleasure. I enroll the help of Dr Geordan Shannon to boldly go where no man ought to go – the labour ward. We discuss the basics of birth, labour and the tricky decisions that we need to make at the moment of birth. […]

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Clinical Case 074: the discussion

Last week Clinical case 074 got a few people talking, so I thought it would be nice to do a google Hangout to throw a few ideas around for all to share. Here is the video of the session with myself, Minh Le COng and Kane Guthrie. Enjoy.

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Clinical Case 075: a CTG, a VE and a distant ECHO

This is a rare case.  One where I was at a bit of a loss as to which was the best option.  So keen to get your input! A 23 yo. woman G?1, P0  – was flown in from a remote community in “threatened premature labour”, she was estimated to be about 34 weeks (but […]