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PHARM Podcast: the 4 Resusciteers

Had a great day doing all sorts of teaching, clinical conundrums and great medicine.  Started with septic joints, gout and pus, ended with a DC cardioversion and more pus! Highlight of the day though was a chat I had over the ether with 3 other Australian Docs: Minh le Cong (PHARM), Michelle Johnson (LITFL) and […]

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PHARM: Dr Minh Le Cong’s new blog

Dr Minh Le Cong has finally found his own home and settled down with a nice new blog called Prehospital and retrieval medicine PHARM. This is a high quality blog looking at all things to do with transfer and prehospital care of the sick patients in remote parts of Australia. Minh is mildly obsessed with […]

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Managing Traumatic bleeding: how can we apply the evidence in smaller hospitals?

OK after Clinical Case 031 I was inspired to go out and slog through the literature and try to discover what is “best practice” for traumatic bleeding, then try and work out what is important, what we can do in small or remote hospitals and what is just too expensive / difficult / marginal or plain […]

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A Bridge Over Troubled Waters – part 2.

Here is the gripping conclusion to the Extreme Psych transport that we heard about from Dr Minh in PArt 1 of “A Bridge Over Troubled Waters?” It is fair to say that Dr Minh and I have similar but slightly differing views on this difficult and hazardous topic.  So here is Minh’s conclusion to the […]

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A Bridge over Troubled waters?

Hi All As a special treat we have a case from Dr Minh Le Cong, my favorite flying doctor. Minh is superkeen when it comes to all things involving Psych transfer and sedation.  Check out the research and resources he has shared in the links at hte bottom of the Blog. Anyway, this week Minh […]