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  • 21 Feb, 2021
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CPR training Better Safe Than Sorry The very funny true story of how I attempted CPR, but broke the patients legs, emptied the patient's orifices of bodily fluids, broke all their ribs, but maybe just saved their life (or so I'd like to think). read more
Births, Deaths and Miscarriages The story of a junior doctor working a busy weekend in a district hospital read more
Lightening Strike Lightening Strikes Twice! Lightening strikes are literally 1 per million events. So I was shocked (ahem) recently when I had two presentations in the same day! Learn what to do about lightening strikes from a doctor caught in a freak storm. read more

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Warning: flatus Diagnose it Yourself – DIY – Bloaty Have a go at diagnosing this patient with vague gastrointestinal symptoms. Quiz questions and real case based discussion included! read more
abdominal pain Diagnose it Yourself – DIY – Abdominal Pain Our first 'long case' with quiz questions! read more
Births, Deaths and Miscarriages The story of a junior doctor working a busy weekend in a district hospital read more
Three Tips for taking a Medical History I don’t often write an article with ‘tips’ for a ‘skill’. Almostadoctor tends to be made up of concise lists of facts. Which is useful. But skills are more difficult to acquire. And not usually easily attained through reading, but instead with practice! But, nevertheless, I will attempt to give you a brief glimpse into… read more
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A vial of Morphine Give me morphine! A first hand account of an abusive patient and family in the emergency department demanding opiates. Handled by a very scared junior grade doctor. read more