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Clinical Case 135: Tackling Trauma in the Bush

This vodcast is a version of the talk I gave last week at the ACEM Annual Scientific meeting in Perth. We were asked to present a “challenging case” – I decided to present a trauma case that I think represents the maturation of my trauma practice. The case is pretty straightforward.  However, there are a […]

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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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Clinical Case 133: POCUS Perils [and the Debiasing Dance]

I am a mad point-of-care ultrasound [POCUS] fan.  I scan pretty much every patient that I can.  I do this to sharpen my diagnostic skills, practice and to explore new utilities of the humble ultrasound.  However, as my POCUS practice has matured and I have made countless errors; I am learning very slowly to do […]

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No Xray, No Problem: the evidence

So in case you missed #SMACC in Chicago – I was lucky enough to be able to talk about one of my greatest passions – bedside Ultrasound. The talk was a bit of the evangelical side – the goal being to try and make the audience think about how we image patients. I wanted to […]

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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 […]