The Hampton hump is a well-defined pulmonary pleural based opacity representing hemorrhage and necrotic lung tissue in a region of pulmonary infarction caused by acute pulmonary embolism.
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Chang sign (1965) Dilated descending pulmonary artery associated with pulmonary infarction and pulmonary hypertension following pulmonary embolism
The 3R’s of wellbeing: Reinvigorate. Reinvigorating yourself is an essential aspect to maintaining practioner wellbeing
A neonates journey, just what feedback would your neonatal patient give you after 3 months of intensive care? Insight into the world of a NICU with Trish Woods
The 3R’s of wellbeing: Reflection with Natalie May. Reflection is an essential part of healthcare practitioners wellbeing.
Who has won the seven year bet on video laryngoscopy versus the old Mac? Let’s find out – with a little help from The Terminator.
Review of the latest evidence on Cardiac arrest resuscitation from ILCOR lead Gavin Perkins
Wellbeing for healthcare providers: Rest. Sleep is an essential part of wellbeing for healthcare providers