Do you know about the Seymour fracture? Make sure you never miss it.
Urgent Care is growing at an explosive rate all over the world. Dr Joshua Russell, @UCPracticeTips , the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Urgent Care Medicine (JUCM), joins us to discuss the American UC experience.
We have finally managed to align the stars such that Dr David Sorrell, Director of Clinical Training, can join us to discuss some recent podcasts.
Professor Bruce Arroll helps us navigate one of the trickiest consultations in Urgent Care; the depressed patient.
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Author: Dr Gustav Fourie
Date: 26 February 2020
Abstract: Hypertension is a common presentation but there is no New Zealand based guideline for the management of severe asymptomatic hypertension (greater than 180 systolic or 110 diastolic) in urgent care. Definitions have varied in both naming ( hypertensive emergency, hypertensive urgency, hypertensive crisis, malignant hypertension, accelerated hypertension, severe asymptomatic hypertension) and parameters.
Can you consider prescribing an antibiotic when the patient reports a previous reaction?
Dr Barbara Blok tells us about a short trial of POCUS she undertook in Urgent Care.