CLICK THE PHOTO ABOVE TO WATCH THE VIDEO EXPLANATION WIPPPE W-wash your hands I-introduction P-permission P-position of the patient P-ask about pain E-exposure This is a very important aspect and needs to be carefully remembered as the initial approach can… Continue Reading
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Compartment syndrome is basically an increased pressure in the intramuscular compartment which results in decreased blood supply to the muscles and tissues in that space which can lead to necrosis and infection It can be of two types – 1.… Continue Reading
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When asking about the history of pain – easy way to remember what to ask regarding pain Site – Where is the pain? Onset – When did the pain start, and was it sudden or gradual? Character – What is… Continue Reading
Very common scenario is when an antenatal patient comes as a part of an exam This post lists some basic things that should be asked or done for every patient 1. Age – The most important and hence the first… Continue Reading
How to take a psychiatric history? A complete and thorough history as in any other history includes past medical history and also a complete mental state examination. Remember – Most of the patient’s information that you are going to gather… Continue Reading
CONSENT IN CHILDREN E.G. A 6 year old boy is brought to the emergency department after falling from a trampoline. He appears to have injured his leg and is suspicious of a fracture. Neurovascular examination is normal. He is accompanied… Continue Reading
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