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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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Pleural effusion
As a foundation doctor, shortness of breath is one of the commonest symptoms you can encounter on the acute take. Causes of shortness of breath are very broad but in this session, we...
Managing a patient with decompensated liver cirrhosis
Introduction Patients with liver disease are common in the UK. Since 1970, mortality from liver disease has quadrupled. It has become the greatest cause of death in people aged between...
Thinking about Australia?
Junior Doctors in the UK are increasingly moving to Australia after FY1, for FY3 or other years in between training. You can even join an exchange programme as part of your training...
Open Fractures
Introduction Clinical Definition An open fracture is when the broken bone breaks through the skin or any other body cavity that is open to the outside, including those through...
Getting Started in General Practice
Many FY2 doctors spend time in General Practice as part of the Foundation Programme. It is a valuable experience even for those who do not intend to pursue GP as a career. This article...
GMC Registration
GMC Registration after PLAB 2
Congratulations, if you’ve made it this far, that means you have either passed your exam or are on your way to achieving your goal. Anyway, we’re here to assist you in completing...
Croup is one of the most common winter illnesses we see in paediatrics and rarely these children can become very unwell. This article will help you understand the management options...
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Febrile Convulsions
Febrile convulsions are a common presentation in paediatrics. This article will you help differentiate between the concerning presentations that need further investigation and management,...
Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease
Hand foot and mouth disease is a very common illness in children which commonly causes children to present to A&E and GP. This article tells you all you need to know about hand...
Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT)
Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is a treatment that has been used in psychiatry since the 1930s. The procedure involves passing an electric current between two electrodes placed on...
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