Is there a quick and easy way to reduce non traumatic mandible dislocations without the need for sedation?
A shorter episode 11 this month, looking back at the Fundoscopy and Tetracaine Bites and looking at a genetic study that could determine how you metabolise Tramadol and a study that links anticholinergics with dementia.
What anti-emetics do you use for nausea and vomiting in pregnancy and which ones should you use? We talk with Urgent Care physician Dr Richard Chen who looked into this topic for his Medical Literature Project as part of his Fellowship Training with the RNZCUC.
Why you must ask about Sunscreen allergies and other important things relating to local anaesthetic eye drops.
Is it time to ditch the ophthalmoscope as a tool for viewing the retina?
Dr Dinesh Deonarain is a Fellow of the RNZCUC and has just completed 50 days at Everest Base Camp as one of the Doctors staffing the Everest ER.
Episode 10 – What to do, what to do, what to do? – Facial Wounds, Ear Drops, IV Antibiotics and Tramadol – What to do indeed.
Welcome to Episode 10 of the official podcast of the Royal New Zealand College of Urgent Care.
Are IV antibiotics more effective than Orals when treating Cellulitis?
We discuss the evidence with Dr Justin Morgenstern, a Canadian Emergency Physician currently based in Taranaki Base Hospital, New Zealand. He writes a Medical Blog first 10EM which is worth a read.
Welcome to this week’s Urgent Bite. Today we look at the use of ear drops when the tympanic membrane is not intact. Are you comfortable using potentially ototoxic drops as the first line treatment? How do you feel about the contraindications listed for these drops and how do they affect your practice?
Welcome to this week’s Urgent Bite. Today we hear from Dr Justin Morgenstern, currently an Emergency Physician at Taranaki Base hospital in New Zealand. Justin trained in Emergency Medicine and Family Practice in Canada and he writes a medical blog which can be found here – https://first10em.com