Michelle Johnston tosses away the papyrus and pulls out the parchment in this week’s Funtabulously Frivolous Friday Five on the subject of Shakespeare and Medicine.
FFFF 279 is a selection of passages from Ancient Classical Literature, which make reference to Emergency Medicine.
Do we accept our fate, knowing we – you and I – will be dead and decomposing by the time the real horror sets in? Or do we love the land under our feet enough, the sparkle of cool water, the colour of a billion birds and insects, and, of course, our fellow humans
Part 2 in a three part physiology phile series discussing the cardiac action potential and its effect on conduction – Cardiac Action Potential
Part 1 in a three part physiology phile series discussing the resting membrane potential and its effect on conduction
Vodcast overview of the haemoglobin – oxygen dissociation curve – BSCC
Moschcowitz disease (1924) [aka *thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (TTP)]. Congenital syndrome characterised by thrombocytopenia, purpura, haemolytic anaemia, hyaline thromboses, renal failure and neurological symptoms.
The first in the Physiology Philes BSCC series, part of the basic science in clinical context project on LITFL. First up is the Valsalva Manoeuvre