Glancing Resources – Click to download – NICE Traffic Light 2013 2013 NICE guidelines – Traffic light system for identifying risk of serious illness in Paediatric populations. Suggestion – Print it and put it on your wall or in a clear plastic folder in your clinic room.
Clinical Case – Paediatric fever from an Australian General Practice perspective: Thursday afternoon – second last patient of the day. The parents bring in a tired looking 5yo M missing two front teeth and carrying a rather moth eaten teddy bear (not prognostic). The parents look worn out and significantly anxious. You shake hands and…
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RURAL DOCTOR UPDATE – DOCTORS BAG from Tim Leeuwenburg on Vimeo.
Great ABC radio interview with Dr Louise Cullen on new research into 2 hr rule out of AMI LISTEN HERE New article by Dr Cullen HERE
OK, low risk chest pain in the GP clinic setting. It can be a vexing issue – we always worry about the big, bad diseases we might be missing – but is there a risk (and logistical headache) in doing a thorough workup and serial enzymes / Troponins on all chest pains? It kinda depends…
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