Also known as precordial catch syndrome (PCS), Texidor Twinge is a benign condition that causes brief episodes of localised musculoskeletal chest pain in children and young adults
Adrien Barrère (1874-1931) produced a series of lithographs of the Professors in the Faculties of Medicine. First lithograph 'a vivid grouping' in 1903
August Schack Steenberg Krogh (1874-1949) was a Danish physiologist and Nobel laureate who developed multiple apparatus that bear his name
Emergency Musical Interlude (EMI) 033: Anaesthetic. Punk pharmacokinetics by Lachlan McIver… highly recommended for practical tips and edutainment!
Adrien Barrère (1874-1931) produced a series of lithographs of the Professors in the Faculties of Medicine. Second lithograph '16 French doctors' in 1906
John Zahorsky Jr (1871-1963) was an Austro-Hungarian born American pediatrician. Early description of roeola infantum (sixth disease) and herpangina
Simulation debriefing: theories, models, approaches, process elements, and strategies for difficult situations.
Frederic Eugene Basil Foley (1891 – 1966) was an American urologist. Eponymously affiliated with the Foley catheter and many other urological inventions
Jørgen Løvset (1896-1981) was a Norwegian professor of obstetrics and gynecology. Løvset’s Manoeuvre (1937) in the management of breech delivery
Translational simulation improves patient care & health systems by diagnosing safety/ performance issues & delivering interventions.
Congenital (autosomal dominant) long QT syndrome (LQTS). Unlike Jervell-Lange-Nielsen, there is no congenital hearing loss (deafness) present
Radiological sign of left ventricular enlargement based on the distance between the inferior vena cava (IVC) and left ventricle (LV).