Archives for April 2013

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Clinical Case 084: Difficult dislocation

OK Here is a quick case.  One that is a bit outside the norm – not your usual dislocation. In this case a 14 yo boy presents after falling on the football field.  He landed awkwardly on his hand “popping” his index finger at the knuckle. On arrival he has an obviously swollen, deformed MCP […]

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Paeds Spot Diagnosis Quiz – part 3

OK Finally here, the last of the 3 part series on Paeds Spot diagnoses. So get you mouse over the pause button…. and try not to make any rash decisions…hehheheheheh Enjoy Casey  DIRECT DOWNLOAD available here

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Lessons Hard Learned 3: 7 lessons from a Paeds ED

This is episode #3 of “Lessons Hard Learned”. It is Paeds month at Broome Docs – so this is a Paeds case that demonstrates at least 7 lessons we can all learn. It is a bit of a Swiss Cheese scenario – lots of errors aligning to create a perfect storm where disaster can occur. […]

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Paeds Spot Diagnosis Quiz: part 2

OK, this is it – part 2 of the Paeds Quiz. Hope you enjoyed the first one – this carries straight on from where we left off. In case you missed part 1 – here it is Part 2 DIRECT DOWNLOAD Part 3 will be out later in the week – so get your thinking […]

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Paeds Spot Diagnosis Quiz: part 1

It is Paeds month at Broome Docs. A series of 3 image-based quizzes are coming your way.  These are rapid-fire cases, have your mouse hovering over the PAUSE button. Here is part 1:  PAEDS SPOT DIAGNOSIS QUIZ  PART 1 Or download it from your favourite vodcasting app / iTunes Let me know – any questions, […]