We should always look for two eponymous fractures of the shoulder on the post reduction radiographs.
The MCNZ are reviewing their statement on unprofessional behaviour. They are looking for feedback on the consultation paper before 30th June 2020.
And in COVID news. This probably reinforces what NZ is doing re recovery. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-05-19/covid-patients-testing-positive-after-recovery-aren-t-infectious
Acute colonic pseudo obstruction. What looks like obstruction but is not? “A misleading symptom is misleading only to one able to be misled.” – Sir William Heneage Ogilvie https://first10em.com/acute-colonic-pseudo-obstruction/
Follow the link to the recent ACC document on consideration factors for labral tears of the hip. It is worth reading to see what factors get considered when ACC decide on whether a labral tear of the hip is a result of an injury or wear and tear.
Today, we start with Dr Sorrell hosting the podcast to introduce the college’s new DPD. We then talk about this years virtual Bootcamp and the evolving college forum pages.
We’re pleased to confirm that the bootcamp is definitely going ahead on the weekend of 19/20 September. It will be held online, using webinar technology. We’re sending out invitations to present – please check your inbox.
It is a great honour to take up the role of DPD for the RNZCUC, and I wanted to write to our members to introduce myself and talk briefly about what you can expect from me going forwards.
Happy mothers day! I found an interesting blog on my travels. Thought you might find it interesting. http://www.mothersinmedicine.com/
After the successful creation of the Covid19 forum page, we’ve decided to continue with the forum and add more topics.