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Chest Pain
Chest Pain
As a junior doctor, you will also often assess patients complaining of chest pain in the acute admissions setting and on the wards. Reviewing a patient with chest pain can be daunting...
Management of low blood sugar in conscious & unconscious patients, finding common causes, adjusting medications & when to refer.
As an FY1, you will be called to review patients who are hypoxic. Here we will discuss common causes of generalised hypoxia rather than focal hypoxia/ischaemia, such as in strokes or...
Applying to Ophthalmology
Ophthalmology provides a great deal of variety by combining medicine, surgery & A&E. It is predominantly an outpatient specialty with plenty of opportunities to subspecialise....
Reviewing and Requesting Bloods
Reviewing and Requesting Bloods
Here we focus on blood tests requests for a variety of common scenarios you might see in practice and also common further tests you may do as a result of the first abnormality. When...
Death Verification
Death Verification
As a new F1 in August, it can feel like quite a daunting task to verify a death, particularly if you have never seen this done before. This step by step guide will take you through...

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Mind The Bleep: The Podcast
Mental health and well-being are taboo subjects for medical students and doctors, and something which is often not talked about enough. This is surprising, considering there is a higher...
Assessing the floppy baby
A "floppy" baby may present in many different ways and there is a long list of differentials for a baby with reduced tone. This article will you refine your diagnostic skills when it...
CT Abdomen & Pelvis Interpretation
In the webinar below, Dr Henry de Boer (radiology registrar) provides a structured approach to CT abdomen & pelvis interpretation, with an overview of common cases & pitfalls.
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Upper Limb X-ray Interpretation
In the webinars below, Dr June Lau & Dr Henry de Boer (radiology registrars) provides a structured approach to interpreting shoulder, elbow, forearm, wrist & hand x-rays, with...
Lower Limb X-Ray Interpretation
In the webinar below, Dr Joe Kang (radiology registrar) provides a structured approach to interpreting knee, ankle & foot x-rays, with an overview of common cases & pitfalls.
CT Chest Interpretation
In the webinar below, Dr Dexter Valencia (interventional radiology registrar) provides a structured approach to CT chest/thorax interpretation, with an overview of common cases &...
CT Head Interpretation
In the webinar below, Dr Sam Kular (interventional radiology fellow) provides a structured approach to CT head interpretation, with an overview of common cases & pitfalls.
Necrotising Enterocolitis
Necrotising enterocolitis is one of the most common neonatal surgical emergencies and is a potentially life-threatening condition. This article talks through the risks for developing...
Medicolegal Essentials
A medico-legal quick-start guide by Dr Udvitha Nandasoma (MDU Head of advisory services) Overseas doctors and other healthcare professionals have made tremendous contribution to the...
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Bilious Vomiting in the Neonate
“Bilious vomiting” is a common problem you will be asked to review babies for on the postnatal ward or in the neonatal unit. True bilious vomiting can be an emergency and this article...
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