The Crystal Cave – Naica, Mexico. Along with TV journalist Michael Usher and crew (cameraman Andy Taylor and soundman Chick Davies), I was invited along to provide medical support.
A footballer has sustained an injury. The game can’t restart until the injured player has left the pitch. There is a perfectly good stretcher and two fit and healthy stretcher-bearers. The injured man is only two meters from the sideline.
Player welfare is the number one priority in World Rugby, which has driven the development of evidence-based protocols for the identification and management of concussion
Chronological review of the eponyms of aortic regurgitation / insufficiency based on the 31 signs proposed by Ashrafian (2005) and Zacek (2018)
John Snow (1813-1858) was one of the first anaesthetists – he even chloroformed Queen Victoria! – but today he is famous for his investigation of the 1854 Broad Street cholera outbreak in Soho, London. By mapping the cases of cholera he was able to link transmission of the illness to contaminated water consumed from the […]
Sports medicine at the Touch World Cup in Malaysia. Traveling as the Australian team doctor, thorough medical preparation was critical when the tournament posed significant challenges playing in extremely hot conditions
UCEM Pivotal Observational Study (n=1) for application of intra-Waiting Room Sphenopalatine Ganglion Block (iWR-SPGB)
Global DRO provides athletes and physicians information on prohibited status of medications based on the current WADA Prohibited List.