The Urgent Care community is full of highly experienced clinicians.  In the modern world, technology allows sharing of information like never before, and the free open-access medical education (FOAM) world is no finer example.  Dr Avijit Barai is an Urgent Care Fellow and ACEM trainee who works in Christchurch.  He has started producing medical education content which he shares on his YouTube channel.  RNZCUC is happy to share this content with our members and feel it contains valuable educational information.

Please remember that this is produced by Dr Barai, and is not necessarily the RNZCUC guideline or clinical position.  When watching any FOAM content, you are encouraged to always critically appraise the material and if in doubt, ask relevant questions of your supervisors or peers.

ABG interpretation: How to calculate corrected potassium in ABG

Diagnosis and management of Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA):