- Ultrasound in the FieldOliver Flower Ultrasound in the Field Jason Bowman reviews multiple papers that cover the merits of ultrasound use in the prehospital field.
- Funtabulously Frivolous Friday Five 327Neil Long Funtabulously Frivolous Friday Five 327 Funtabulously Frivolous Friday Five 327 - Just when you thought your brain could unwind the medical trivia FFFF Halloween edition.
- Targeted Temperature ManagementOliver Flower Targeted Temperature Management An overview of what the latest research means to the role of temperature management in neurocritical care. TTM2 with Claire Seiffert
- Monteggia fractureAparicio Gomez and Mike Cadogan Monteggia fracture Monteggia fracture. Fracture of the proximal or middle third of the ulna with associated radial head dislocation/instability. GB Monteggia 1812
- Opioids in the Emergency DepartmentOliver Flower Opioids in the Emergency Department EDs stand at the front line of the opioid epidemic and by leveraging ED-initiated MAT they can give patients the chance at recovery they deserve.
- Hill-Sachs defectAparicio Gomez and Mike Cadogan Hill-Sachs defect Hill-Sachs lesion (1940) Cortical depression of posterolateral head of the humerus related to impaction of the humeral head
- Scared of paediatrics?Oliver Flower Scared of paediatrics? What you need to know so you don't stress out when dealing with sick kids. SMACC 2019
- Bado ClassificationAparicio Gomez and Mike Cadogan Bado Classification José Luis Bado (1903-1977) was a Uruguayan surgeon who created the Bado Classification of Monteggia fractures in 1967 to define 4 Types
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The three types of cataract surgery today are phacoemulsification, extracapsular extraction, and intracapsular phacoemulsification. Intracapsular phacoemulsification is the type of cataract surgery that is most used. The surgeon makes a tiny incision, and an ultrasound probe is used to dissolve … Continue reading
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Does Vitamin C Prevent Nitrosamine Formation What are Nitrites and Why are they in Hot dogs and What is the Connection to Cancer?
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