For those of you who want to use images for research/presentations, you can easily remove patient identification using IMPAX. See below courtesy of Dr Tim Phillips. With the image you want open on the screen:
Medcram videos are useful for those brushing up on a broad range of core medical topics.
STEM: A 26 year old male presented to ED at 0730 with abdominal pain and vomiting. He took 100 tablets of 500mg paracetamol at 2230 the night before. He is normally fit and well, drinks regular alcohol and uses meth on most days. He is alert and orientated. [expand title=”RESUSCITATION”] A – B – […]
History: A 45yr alcoholic female with epilepsy, previous traumatic head injury and T2DM presented to ED following a syncopal episode and a fall onto her face. PMH: depression, PTSD and agoraphobia. On sertraline and carbamazepine. pH 7.55 Na 130 mmol/L pCO2 58 mmHg K 2.5 mmol/L pO2 35 mmHg Cl 58 mmol/L HCO3 51 mmol/L […]
STEM: A 30yr old female presented with some epigastric pain. She has been taking paracetamol for a painful foot for the last 3 days. In the last 48 hours she has taken 14g of paracetamol, 9g were within the last 24 hours. Her last tablet was 7 hours ago. [expand title=”RESUSCITATION”] A – B – […]