Archive for April 2020

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.  

Radiopaedia page on Lunate Dislocation

https://radiopaedia.org/articles/lunate-dislocation

Don't forget the bubbles post on the limping child

https://dontforgetthebubbles.com/the-child-with-a-limp/

St Emlyns post on EBM

https://www.stemlynsblog.org/covid19-why-we-need-evidence-based-medicine-ebm-more-than-ever-in-a-pandemic-st-emlyns/

 

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Today we speak with Dr Joshua Russell, Editor in Chief of the Journal of Urgent Care Medicine and co-author of a new paper that looked at the CXR findings in ambulatory patients with confirmed COVID-19.

Read the paper here

https://www.jucm.com/documents/jucm-covid-19-studyepub-april-2020.pdf/

UCAOA Risk stratification page

https://www.ucaoa.org/Portals/80/pdfs/COVID-19/CUCM_ACEP_Joint%20Statement_Risk%20Stratification%20Guide%20for%20Severity%20Assessment%20COVID192.pdf?%20%20ver=2020-04-02-135449-023

ACEP COVID field guide.

https://www.acep.org/corona/covid-19-field-guide/assessment/chest-x-ray-and-ct/

Podcast Host - Dr Guy Melrose

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We catch up with Director of Clinical Training, Dr David Sorrell, to chat about his experiences with COVID-19, a great paper from the MJA, SSD use in burns and the Seymour fracture.  

MJA Paper

https://www.mja.com.au/journal/2020/clinical-presentation-and-management-covid-19?fbclid=IwAR1Yn0Ha8KI6mW8xjAwonyMtuFvsZqYWIpV2oyXMJK1IBOu8r4CZvfhS7gw#panel-article

IDSA COVID guideline

https://www.idsociety.org/practice-guideline/covid-19-guideline-treatment-and-management/

EM Docs page on SSD

http://www.emdocs.net/minor-burn-management-and-controversies-of-silver-sulfadiazine/

 

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Its Friday somewhere

Friday comes around again and New Zealand has reported encouraging numbers regarding the coronavirus.  It will not be long, I hope before we are able to get back to a more standard recording routine for the podcast, but until we do, I am once again talking about some pandemic related things I have come across this week.

 

Check out Chris Hadfield here

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KxVKW2n9MSg

Listen to Adam Savage talk here

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIbgY1n5bDo

Donate to the SPCA here

https://www.spca.nz

 

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Another Friday chat

It has been over a week of Level 4 lockdown.  Getting podcasts organised and recorded has been tricky, so today is just a quick chat.  We will have some clinical podcasts coming up soon.  In the meantime, keep well.

 

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