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The AMAX4 algorithm is a best-practice algorithm for critical care clinicians in anaphylaxis and asthma resuscitation. AMAX4 is the initiative of emergency physician Dr Ben McKenzie and his wife Tamara McKenzie following the tragic death of their 15 year old son Max
Top 100 CT scan database is up and running with the next 10 clinical cases with images, questions and labelled scans to test your basic knowledge
Charles Alexandre Hippolyte Amable Bertrand (1777-1849) was a French physician, least recognised for his work on charcoal as an antidote for ingested poisonings. Another example of the ‘copy past’ phenomenon…
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The difficult paediatric airway fills us all with dread – the team at DFTB provide us with a very simplified yet effective approach to managing the difficult paediatric airway.
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