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Mike Cadogan
Emergency physician, former Wallabies and Force doc. Glossophobic ephemeral disambiguant. Interested in everything and nothing else.
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LITFL Nov 17
et al investigate the hypothesis: Women are underrepresented in the realm of medical eponyms. Amazing deep dive into eponymythology, and the roiling ocean of gender imbalance. "There is properly no History, only Biography."
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Mike Cadogan Nov 13
Replying to @jetpack
Update... thank you for your assistance, search is up and running and super quick!
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Mike Cadogan Nov 12
Replying to @jetpack @LITFLblog
Thank you. Hopefully we can resolve the issue soon and get search back on the site at some point
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Mike Cadogan Nov 11
heavily
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Mike Cadogan Nov 11
Excited to be updating search for with a more in depth search with , few teething issues at present, and hoping to get a reduction on the $24k/month pricing...
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Mike Cadogan Nov 7
On this day in history...the course of medicine changed forever
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Aubrey Clayton Oct 28
OK, friends, this is a big one. How Eugenics Shaped Statistics, my cover story for this month’s issue of Nautilus, is now online.
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Mike Cadogan Oct 29
Maybe will make the list next year...
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Mike Cadogan Oct 25
Book Review. Signs of Life Wonderful book! Thank you for sharing the experience and to for the review
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Mike Cadogan Oct 23
Bit of harmless Friday fun...Guess the GIF diagnosis
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Chris Nickson Oct 22
A national guideline for COVID CPR is now available - just as we reach zero hospitalized patients in ANZ. We created a nearly identical guideline locally about 6 months ago. The national approach seems too slow. We need a faster, iterative, approach.
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Mike Cadogan Oct 22
Replying to @Eleytherius
We are with you
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Mike Cadogan Oct 21
supererogation: the performance of more work than duty requires "The uses to which the various preparations of cocaine have been put are legion. To recapitulate these manifold applications of the drug would be manifestly a work of supererogation" Corning 1885
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Mike Cadogan Oct 19
Replying to @sandnsurf
Update based on comments: The original papers, description of procedure, comparative analysis of tests in acute/chronic and partial/complete ACL disruption are on the source page
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Mike Cadogan Oct 18
Replying to @cieslawu
No tap performed. Patient applied Compression bandage post injury prior to arrival in ED. MRI revealed acute injury
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Mike Cadogan Oct 18
Replying to @RCEMPolicyVP
In my experience it has only been positive and confirmed positive with complete ACL rupture
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Mike Cadogan Oct 18
Replying to @sandnsurf
Update post comments: this is 6 hours post injury. MRI confirmed complete ACL rupture. Mixed results of spec/sens in literature, but I find it useful and use it in the acute setting (day of injury)
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Mike Cadogan Oct 18
Except those that are manifest
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Mike Cadogan Oct 18
Replying to @RCEMPolicyVP
Absolutely. The knee here is 6 hours post injury. Have had good results with the test in early phase including Immediate pitch side assessment. I find it useful in the acute knee pre-MRI
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Mike Cadogan Oct 18
Replying to @dr_smullen
Not sure. Have been using for the past 4 years on age >15. Well worth a trial
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