Palpating the cervical lymph nodes is a vital part of our examination of febrile kids.
Today we look back at 5 years of the Royal New Zealand College of Urgent Care podcasts.
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A couple of eponymous signs to use in evaluating abdominal pain that helps determine a rectus sheath haematoma.
Look for the cardinal signs of Kawasaki disease in kids with persisting fever.
Elson’s test is an important test to know in urgent care.
High-pressure injection injuries might look innocuous on the surface, but they need an immediate surgical referral.
Bell’s palsy can be diagnosed clinically, but it is important to exclude other differentials.
Always look for Kanavel’s sign and refer if present.