There are multiple learning tools used as an adjunctive aide memoire. Herewith a collection of Toxicological related mnemonics used with varying frequency throughout the conundrums. Let us know if you have any more to add…
This week’s guest, Australian intensivist Dr Ed Litton, truly amazes and inspires me. Despite having a full-time clinical and research career, and a young family, Ed pursues his passion for adventure mostly through ultra-endurance exercise.
Biography Born 9 April 1809 1837 – Professor of Physiology, King’s College London 1839-1860 Physician, King’s College Hospital 1847 – Co-founder St. John’s Training Institution for Nurses Died 30 January 1860 Medical Eponyms Todd palsy Key Medical Attributions Controversies Major Publications Todd RB. Clinical lectures on paralysis, certain diseases of the brain and other affections […]
The neurological examination in 3 minutes, on video – the highest form of art?
Helpful Brainstem Figures. Cross-sections of the brainstem. Medial brainstem syndromes and lateral brainstem syndromes