Concussion management in urgent care can be challenging. Today we catch up with Director of Clinical Training, Dr David Sorell and we chat about how he currently approaches concussion.
What is the best imaging for suspected renal colic? And do you have easy access to that imaging?
Talking Level 1, Mandibular fractures, Paediatric pain relief and embedded ear rings – with Dr David Sorrell
Today we catch up with Director of Clinical Training, Dr David Sorrell. We chat briefly about life at Level 1 and then go over some of his recent Facebook posts that looked at mandibular fractures, paediatric pain relief and embedded ear rings.
Witnessing a young adult fainting recently reminded me of a video of syncopal German medical students from the 1990’s.
Fungal infections, particularly of the nail, can be frustrating conditions to treat when they present through an urgent care clinic. We speak with Dr Amanda Oakley, an adjunct associate Professor at Auckland University, Consultant Dermatologist and founder of Dermnet NZ.
We should always look for two eponymous fractures of the shoulder on the post reduction radiographs.
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.
Wearing a mask all day affects the way we breathe, and our breath can affect how we see out of our glasses.
All areas of medicine have had to become more familiar with PPE use during the current pandemic. But our colleagues in the paramedic world must be prepared to get called to all kinds of hazardous situations and be skilled in a wide range of PPE equipment.
We catch up again with Dr David Sorrell, Director of Clinical Training, and talk about the Lunate Dislocation, assessing the limping child and the benefits of evidence based medicine.