Dr Kyle Perrin talks to us about the conservative management of moderate to large spontaneous primary pneumothoraces. He was a co-author on a recent paper published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Is it safe to use topical local anaesthetic for the short term relief of the pain from a corneal abrasion? Dr Rob Evison discusses the evidence.
What is scombroid fish poisoning? We ask Dr David Sorrell.
What is the best medium in which to transport an avulsed tooth?
Do you diagnose children with wrist sprains?
On November 5th 2020, all codeine-containing products in New Zealand will require a prescription.
We talk with Dr Dinesh Deonarain about a new and innovative role he has just started. He explains how the job was created and how it should lead to an improvement in the delivery of Urgent Care.
A useful provocative test when examining a patient with metatarsalgia.
If you are looking for an analogue way to keep track of your life tasks, it is worth having a look at the Bullet Journal method.
Asthma is a common presentation to Urgent Care. How do the new adolescent and adult guidelines for NZ affect our management in Urgent Care? We speak with one of the guideline authors, Dr James Fingleton.