We are joined by Dr Joshua Russell, Editor in Chief of the Journal of Urgent Care Medicine to talk about why we should be doing more vital sign re-checks in urgent care.
Urgent Care is for life, not just for Christmas
The rash of scarlet fever looks different, depending on skin colour.
It benefits our patients to remember to advise on whether they should remain nil by mouth on acute referral to hospital.
And conversely, a cup of tea can have beneficial treatment effects.
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What is the ucipital mapillary?
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Remember that increased activity can cause a venous thrombosis in the upper limb.
Make sure to look for the Fleck Sign