Is today the first day of the school term for you? It is up here at Woop Woop. Our kids follow the QLD school terms as they do their schooling through Mt Isa School of the Air. I will tell you s…
Posts from the ‘Rural medicine’ Category
There’s a lovely initiative kicking off in the Broome Hospital this year, thanks to my colleague Dr Casey Parker of BroomeDocs. Have a read of Casey’s latest blog post yourself – the premise is simple – to ensure that junior trainees follow through their patients from admission to ward, not just in terms of their […]
Tweet Ubuntu case report: Dyspnoea in a pregnant patient Guest Author: Dr Neville Vlok | Editor: Dr Katya Evans History Mrs V is a 35 year old G3P2 female at 32 weeks pregnant by dates. She was referred to Ubuntu hospital for IVI antibiotics after being seen at the local clinic with a diagnosis of “severe…
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Editor’s note: Yes… norepinephrine and crystalloid resuscitation for haemorrhagic shock..not ideal but remote medicine is like this at times! Its easy to blame prolonged tourniquet application for loss of leg but a severed femoral artery is also likely culprit too! IN my book the guy is lucky to be alive regardless!