Here is Tom’s 5th instalment of what’s hot in emergency medicine – “the OSCE/Viva edition”. Feel free to test yourself – just try not to look at the answers!.
Here is Tom’s latest update on what is hot in emergency medicine. Next time Tom will give me some references! Resources: Device Flow Rates from LITFL
Here is Tom’s 3rd wrap up of what’s hot in emergency medicine. Resources: Does my dizzy patient have a stroke? A systematic review of bedside diagnosis in acute vestibular syndrome. CMAJ, June 14, 2011, 183(9)…requires SCGH library login AVS vs Stroke Cheet Sheet: CME 16/01/14 Vestibular and Vertigo Assessment – contains some further information on how to […]
Here is Tom’s second Emergency Medicine Wrap up. Resources: CT within 6 hours of headache onset to rule out subarachnoid hemorrhage in nonacademic hospitals. Neurology. 2015 May 12;84(19):1927-32. ….requires SCGH library login John Myburgh on Fluid Resuscitation – Which, When and How SMACC 2013 – podcast and slides via ICN Neck Zones:
Here is our ED Education Registrar, Tom’s, first emergency medicine wrap up. This talk contains new evidence, current controversies, relevant bits of hospital presentations (that we are rarely able to attend) and some random tipbits of information that Tom has just discovered and he thinks might be useful to your practice (or atleast entertaining to […]