This is a very special episode of the Broome Docs Podcast Journal Club with Dr Justin Morgenstern.
Justin was invited to visit us in Western Australia as a guest lecturer for the W.G. Smith lecture series. So we decided to invite along a few of our favourite FOAMed friends to be a part of the festival of nerdiness and record a live version in front of the local crew. We were joined by:
Dr James Rippey (@theSonoCave) ,
Dr Michelle Johnson (@eleytherius),
Dr Tom Cassidy (@tgpcassidy ) and
Dr Alexandra Rowell (Intensivist & liver fan girl).
As always – the free PDFs are linked to the titles, and you can download the audio via podcast apps or stream from the link below.
Fitzpatrick, S. Thomas, A. Straight from the Crocodile’s Mouth. Medical Journal of Australia, Dec 2010 vol 193 Med J Aust 2010; 193 (11): . || doi: 10.5694/j.1326-5377.2010.tb04119.x
Bottom line: Although Tabsco probably won’t save you from a painful death at the hands of V Vulnificus it does seem to have inherent antibacterial properties, so maybe we could use it to clean our ultrasound probes?
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