Emergency Procedure: Thoracotomy. Possibly the most terrifying emergency procedure, but also one which carries a high chance of saving a life.
August 2023 neuromaging cases and interpretation with Faith Meyers MD and Steven Perry MD and Professor Michael Gibbs.
Emergency Procedure: Pelvic Binders. Pelvic binders can be applied to patients following blunt trauma if there is any suspicion of pelvic fracture.
Network Five Emergency Medicine Conversations Episode 24 - an interview with Dr Amith Shetty on medical administration, leadership, and more!
SAS2023 is the Safe Airway Society's annual education event happening in Sydney on Saturday 28 October 2023.
POCUS made easy: AAA scan is useful to look for a ruptured or leaking abdominal aortic aneurysm
Emergency Procedure: Precipitous Birth in the ED. Let’s face it, the three births you attended as a medical student don't really prepare you for this...
The Fractures App is yet another fantastic, simple and effective bedside app created by Tom Fadial and Spencer Tomberg
Ring removal. Safest techniques for removing an entrapped ring from a finger, toe, or penis are reviewed and outlined with video demonstrations
Network Five Emergency Medicine Journal Club Episode 22 - Orthopaedics reviewing papers on vascular injuries from knee dislocations, distal radius fractures and all things pelvic binders!
Auguste Nélaton (1807-1873) was a French physician and surgeon. Along with Wilhelm Roser eponymously affiliated with the Roser-Nélaton line
Network Five Emergency Medicine Case 1 discussing an interesting case of a patient who presents with chest pain and pre-syncope.