Archive for July 2020

Just chatting about some College news

Today we look at what the RNZCUC has planned for the rest of 2020.  

 

I am sorry there is no educational interview this week.  

 

Check out the Virtual Bootcamp - https://rnzcuc.org.nz/urgent-care-boot-camp-2020-programme/

 

Check out the NZWCS wound awareness week - https://rnzcuc.org.nz/nzwcs-wound-awareness-week/

 

 

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What is the safest and most cost effective way to tourniquet a finger.  We discuss a technique with Dr Dave Sorrell.  Check out the video to see Dave demonstrate this technique - https://youtu.be/o_rraUOay7Y 

 

Also check out the paper that examined the pressures of all the available techniques.  From the Western Journal of emergency Medicine in 2011 by Laham et al.  

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21691536/

 

And the Academic Life in Emergency Medicine Blog post

https://www.aliem.com/trick-trade-hemostasis-finger/

 

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Music licensed from www.premiumbeat.com

Full Grip by ScoreSquad

 

This podcast is intended to assist in ongoing medical education and peer discussion for qualified health professionals.  Please ensure you work within your scope of practice at all times.  For personal medical advice always consult your usual doctor

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Common things are common.  But it is always worth thinking of some unusual differential diagnoses.  Here is one such diagnosis.

Find the original paper from the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene here - https://www.ajtmh.org/content/journals/10.4269/ajtmh.20-0175

The Article in the Guardian - https://www.ajtmh.org/content/journals/10.4269/ajtmh.20-0175

The Article in the Daily Telegraph - https://www.ajtmh.org/content/journals/10.4269/ajtmh.20-0175

 

www.rnzcuc.org.nz

podcast@rnzcuc.org.nz

https://www.facebook.com/rnzcuc

https://twitter.com/rnzcuc

 

Music licensed from www.premiumbeat.com

Full Grip by ScoreSquad

 

This podcast is intended to assist in ongoing medical education and peer discussion for qualified health professionals.  Please ensure you work within your scope of practice at all times.  For personal medical advice always consult your usual doctor

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Learning the language of medicine, the etymology of medical words and the history behind eponyms is fascinating and can aid your learning.  

If you are on Twitter - Follow Dr Elena Sgarbossa https://twitter.com/ElenaSgarbossa/with_replies and  Dr Andy Tagg  - https://twitter.com/andrewjtagg

Get tickets to the Virtual Urgent Care Bootcamp - https://rnzcuc.org.nz/urgent-care-boot-camp-2020-programme/

 

www.rnzcuc.org.nz

podcast@rnzcuc.org.nz

https://www.facebook.com/rnzcuc

https://twitter.com/rnzcuc

 

Music licensed from www.premiumbeat.com

Full Grip by ScoreSquad

 

This podcast is intended to assist in ongoing medical education and peer discussion for qualified health professionals.  Please ensure you work within your scope of practice at all times.  For personal medical advice always consult your usual doctor

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What is FOAM?  We talk with Dr Avijit Barai about his contribution to the FOAMed world.

You can find Dr Barai's YouTube Channel here - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCwI4iHQ9LQosJuaMw4lCYA

Follow him on Twitter - https://twitter.com/drbarai

Check out his Website - https://drbarai.weebly.com

 

www.rnzcuc.org.nz

podcast@rnzcuc.org.nz

https://www.facebook.com/rnzcuc

https://twitter.com/rnzcuc

 

Music licensed from www.premiumbeat.com

Full Grip by ScoreSquad

 

This podcast is intended to assist in ongoing medical education and peer discussion for qualified health professionals.  Please ensure you work within your scope of practice at all times.  For personal medical advice always consult your usual doctor

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