We will now have regular medical history pages since I discovered this website. This ones about ECG and a long suffering dog,Jimmy.
How do you approach the CP child who is just not right? An approach to irritability and pain in the severely neurologically impaired child.
Logan is a 6yo who is presented to ED by his mother, one Tuesday evening as “just not himself”. Logan is well known to your local paediatric team for manag ….
Welcome to this week’s Urgent Bite. Today we look at a simple acronym that you can use to assist in handing over patients or asking for advice, either in person or over the phone.
Dr Dinesh Deonarain is a Fellow of the Royal New Zealand College of Urgent Care who is in Nepal on assignment. He is volunteering for the Himalayan Rescue Association as one of the Everest ER base camp doctors for the 2019 climbing season. This blog follows his experiences in the high alpine of the Everest region.
You give me fever? Probably the most common presentation to urgent care under 15 yrs of age will be fever. How important is fever? What is important about fever? A combination of commentary and clinical content for primary care clinicians, giving useful medical morsels about child health care.
We have been advised that the Medicines Adverse Reactions Committee (MARC) has a vacancy for a specialist clinician. Applications should be sent to MARC, and close on Wednesday 15 May.
The Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Cancer Network Aotearoa is conducting a survey of primary healthcare providers on AYA cancer awareness and early identification. The findings from this survey will help the AYA Network to tailor our strategies and education tools to your needs.
Welcome to this week’s Urgent Bite. Today we look at the Eponymous fracture of the knee – the Segond Fracture. What is it and what does it mean?
Welcome to this week’s Urgent Bite. Today we look at the Simmonds/Thompson test for Achilles Tendon rupture. What is the positive and what is the negative outcome of this test?
Important news for registrars – the College research paper is now called the Medical Literature Project , and the instructions have been refined slightly.