Web therapy this time from sources which contain nuggets from experienced examiners to nutrition advice to paediatric pearls and even to Arthur Conan Doyle. As always, visit and support the content providers.
- Mediterranean Diet does help - no surprises here. Just facts.
- Age adjusted D-dimer cutoffs - helpful reminder when dealing with older patients
- Amal Mattu on over-diagnosing - how to get rid of your biases the next time you think about calling it AF
- NIV for kids - the when, why and how on whether you should in kids
- Come along Watson, we're diagnosing - Colin Parker on how we can be Sherlock if we try
- Mesenteric injuries on CT - the Trauma Pro sheds more light on the topic
- CXR... exam style - Trevor Jackson on how to do well in ED visual aid question exams
- Transfer from haemodialysis - how many times have you wondered on what to do with this type of patient!
- Early goal directed what?? - sedate your patients and sedate them early.
This last point resonates with us in critical care as it not only points towards sensible science but also gives us a window into how we treat patients. Be kind to your patients. They're already having a bad day (tubed, probed, irradiated, catheterised etc). Sedate them for kindness sake.