Book review – SCAN-IT: A Primer for Emergency Point of Care Ultrasound

Here we bring you another review of a text on POCUS....of course! This comes from the delightful POCUS ninja, Dr Manoj Wickramasinghe. Thanks to him, so what is out and what did he think?    About the authors: Muhammad Akbar Baig is an Assistant Professor and consultant in Emergency medicine with specific interests in research,... Continue Reading →

Book Review – Focussed Intensive Care Ultrasound!

Who are the authors? Dr Pete MacNaughton Qualifications: BSc, MB.BS, MD, MRCP, FRCA, PGCert Ed. General information: Dr MacNaughton qualified from Westminster Medical School, University of London in 1982. He undertook his postgraduate training in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine in London, Bristol and Australia. This was followed by MCRP Training Fellowship between 1989-1991 at... Continue Reading →

Quick Draw Anatomy for Anaesthetists

A novel concept! Joanna Oram Fox is a senior registrar in anaesthesia in Cardiff. And she sent us a rather nice book in the post! We all remember sitting on the train to London, pulling into Euston station becoming more and more tachycardic as the platform approached! The FRCA examinations were either that day, or... Continue Reading →

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