Finally something you can get your teeth into.

Finally something you can get your teeth into.

Finally something you can get your teeth into. Tongue laceration. They are a very common paediatric presentation. Almost always they are managed conservatively and allowed to heal by secondary intention. If you are considering suturing you are in for a challenging time. Thus it is not likley you will be able to suture a tongue…

Imaging chests in children. Is this a routine

Imaging chests in children.

Imaging chests in children. Is this a routine test to order. i think not. Here is a discussion about imaging studies in children. Personally I don’t usually order a CXR unless I am looking for a coin or to exclude a battery. https://gppaedstips.blogspot.com/2019/06/chest-x-rays-in-children-wimbledon-rules.htmlChest X-rays in children – The Wimbledon RulesA combination of commentary and clinical…

Thank you for all Fellows and registrars who

Recertification survey – updates and the lucky draw

Thank you for all Fellows and registrars who participated in the RNZCUC Recertification Survey. Your experiences, ideas and suggestions have given the College a new insight into what our new programme should be. We will now consolidate all your suggestions and work closely with the Medical Council to develop a new strengthened approach to recertification.…