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Lessons Hard Learned: Dr Andy Buck

Today’s “Lesson” is all about knowing one’s limitations, scope of practice and appreciating the little voice inside one’s noggin. Dr Andy Buck is an ED Physician who works all over Australia, but is based in Melbourne where he runs the very excellent Emergency Trauma Management course. This is a case of procedural sedation which goes […]

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Surviving Sedation 2015

It has been a busy month behind the scenes here at Broome Docs – lots of big projects and plans going on…  wait and see what we are have in the offing. One project that I have been working on with a group of great clinicians from all over Australia.  It is called SURVIVING SEDATION […]

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Broome Docs Podcast 010: Suicide Assessment with Dr Rob Orman

Back in July I wrote a bit of a long rant titled: “On Evidence, Education, Errors, Ego and Expert Intuition” in which I tried to outline my approach to clinical decision-making, the use of evidence and the role of simple safety principles when we are dealing with high-risk clinical scenarios.  As I was writing this I […]

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Cross-pollination: Paeds procedural sedation

One of the benefits of being a generalist, a doc who tries to do a bit of everything is that from time to time I find that a trick, concept or idea from one area of practice jumps and screams to be used in another area of practice. So I thought I might throw out […]

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Clinical Case 072: The Difficult Airway that Wasn’t

Today I have another Airway case for you from Dr James DuCanto, M.D. Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA Here is the case as described by James:  Watch the video here:  JDucanto difficult airway Middle aged male presents for urgent surgery with multiple medical co-morbidities (on renal transplant list), and multiple indicators of difficult […]