Pectoralis Major ruptures would seem to be an injury of the last 30 years and are related to bench pressing heavy weights.
It is worth refreshing your knowledge on local anaesthetic systemic toxicity.
Today we catch up with Dr David Sorrell, Director of Clinical Training, to discuss hand injuries.
The health literacy of our patients is an important consideration in urgent care.
What are the red flags when we see a patient with torticollis?
SUFEs will often first present in primary care and are easily missed.
Not everything that comes through UC is urgent, but knowing a little about these out-of-scope topics is still necessary.
Looking for and identifying a hypopyon is an important part of the UC eye exam.
We should all know how to do Seidel’s test in urgent care.
Good safety netting and follow-up are vital for patients presenting through UC with rectal bleeding.