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Probing Paediatric Pneumonia with Dr O’Brien and Lissaman

Drs Adam O’Brien and Claire Lissaman are the authors of a new study looking at the diagnostic characteristics of lung US for Paediatric pneumonia. The study was entitled: Lissaman et al Prospective observational study of point-of-care ultrasound for diagnosing pneumonia  in Archives of Diseases in Childhood  July 2018 [full text PDF] In this interview we talk about the study and how […]

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First10EM Journal Club: February 2019

Welcome to another edition of the Broomedocs/ First10EM podcast. This month Justin and I serve up a selection of serious and seriously unusual papers. Key learning points: sharks are safe, The NEJM is dangerous and you just may be able to outrun Death. As always – the links to the full text PDFs and into […]

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Rural Anaesthesia PODCAST: February 2019

Welcome back to the latest instalment of the RADU podcast. In this episode I was joined on the couch by my Broome GPA colleagues to discuss a few topics. Thanks to Drs Alex Harris, Melanie Little and Sascha Saharov for providing their expertise. The topics we discuss on this podcast include: Elective GA Caesarean sections […]

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Funeral Falldown

So here is a quick case for the sake of looking at a new paper in context. Mrs B is a 65 year old woman who has been brought in by ambulance from the local funeral home… no she is not dead. She was just at the home to view the cremation of her sister […]

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Clinical Case 146: Heady Heart

Welcome back to the first Clinical Case for 2019. I have been having a great break over the summer doing a bit of travel and spending a lot of time in the ocean. For a look at my latest photographic adventures check out the pics here The case today starts in a small community clinic […]