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January 18, 2018
Welcome back to the Anatomy for EM podcast. Today we cover the innervation of the foot through the lens of the ankle block. So, yes this is another very much exam focused one. Ankle blocks are certainly handy but I … Continue reading →
August 21, 2017
I’m entering a few months prep for the UK and Ireland exit exam in Emergency Medicine: the FRCEM. I’ll be adding lots of little notes on pearls I’ve learned along the way. A lot of my revision is based around … Continue reading →
August 1, 2017
We’re back for another series – this time focussing on the sensory innervation of the face through the lens of dental anaesthesia. This is adapted from a take I gave in EuSEM 2016 in Vienna. This is part 3 The most important … Continue reading →
July 20, 2017
We’re back for another series – this time focussing on the sensory innervation of the face through the lens of dental anaesthesia. This is adapted from a take I gave in EuSEM 2016 in Vienna. This is part 3 The most important … Continue reading →
June 19, 2017
We’re back for another series – this time focussing on the sensory innervation of the face through the lens of dental anaesthesia. This is part 2. This is adapted from a take I gave in EuSEM 2016 in Vienna. The most … Continue reading →
June 6, 2017
We’re back for another series – this time focussing on the sensory innervation of the face through the lens of dental anaesthesia. This is adapted from a take I gave in EuSEM 2016 in Vienna. The most important links you need … Continue reading →
January 20, 2017
Slides as PDF This was the final podcast on the hand but we’ll be back again in a month or two with a series on dental problems and max fax bits and bobs. Thanks again for all the paypal donations. … Continue reading →
January 3, 2017
Slides The AFEM podcast will always be free but feel free to donate to help cover hosting and the cost of web hosting and producing new episodes Donate via PayPal iTunes | Generic RSS
December 3, 2016
Welcome back for another podcast. This time it’s the turn of the nerve supply to the hand. In particular we’re covering the sensory supply. We’ll talk about motor supply when we discuss the intrinsic muscles of the hand. Slides as PDF … Continue reading →
November 12, 2016
This week it’s the flexor tendons. Certainly don’t hope to cover everything here but certainly a nice overview. Slides as pdf Some papers referenced in the podcast Rosens 8th Chapter 50 Zafonte et al on pulley systems Lutsky et al … Continue reading →
October 30, 2016
We’re slowing working our way proximally in the hand and this time we cover the extensor tendons. The video Slides as PDF — Huge kudos to ALIEM who have some recent great posts on this that were released while i … Continue reading →
October 8, 2016
  Slides as PDF — The AFEM podcast will always befree but feel free to donate to help cover hosting and the cost of web hosting and producing new episodes Donate via PayPal iTunes | Generic RSS
September 24, 2016
Onto the fingertip Slides PDF Further Reading LacerationRepair.com – great website by Brian Lin with great videos on all lacerations including nail bed injuries Nice review on Nail Bed injuries in Journal Hand Surgery: American — The AFEM podcast will … Continue reading →
September 10, 2016
We’re back… after a few years hiatus (blame the children…) we have a series of podcasts on the hand. The hand needs some special anatomic attention for EM as we see so many injuries and their misdiagnosis and mismanagement has … Continue reading →
June 21, 2015
This is the third of a series of podcasts I’m doing on basic eye anatomy for the CEM FOAMed Network. This is a developing resource which aims to provide a fully mapped college curriculum with FOAMed resources. Be sure and check … Continue reading →
May 3, 2015
This is the second of a series of podcasts I’m doing on basic eye anatomy for the CEM FOAMed Network. This is a developing resource which aims to provide a fully mapped college curriculum with FOAMed resources. Be sure and check … Continue reading →
December 28, 2014
This is the first of a series of podcasts I’m doing on basic eye anatomy for the CEM FOAMed Network. This is a developing resource which aims to provide a fully mapped college curriculum with FOAMed resources. Be sure and … Continue reading →
November 10, 2014
Back in March 2014 I had the pleasure of speaking at SMACC Gold in Australia. The whole thing was great fun and I’m sure you’re all aware it’s going to Chicago in May 2015 so be sure to be there. … Continue reading →
May 26, 2014
Hi Guys, sorry for the big gap in posting. Life has a way of taking over as you all know. I’m currently trying to introduce fascia iliaca blocks as part of routine care for patients in our department so i … Continue reading →
April 15, 2013
This is the second part of a recent lecture I gave to some first year med students to get across how important their anatomy is to understanding trauma. First part lives here   I don’t expect anyone to pay for … Continue reading →
April 9, 2013
This is a screencast of a recent lecture I gave to some first year med students. It’s mainly to give the students some clinical info to keep their regular anatomy teaching relevant. It’s not designed to be a comprehensive intro … Continue reading →
February 2, 2013
This one’s a little bit different. You’ve all heard of SMACC I’m sure. If not which rock where you hiding under? It’s the the most exciting conference happening this year. All the your favourited FOAMites in one place giving it dixie on … Continue reading →
January 5, 2013
All show notes over at emergencymedicineireland.com
December 18, 2012
All the show notes over at emergencymedicineireland.com
November 30, 2012
Continuing or walk through the shoulder joint
November 24, 2012
More on our walk through the shoulder joint
November 10, 2012
There is more to managing shoulder pain and injuries than just x-ray and ruling out fracture. This short podcast starts with the rotator cuff. More info here: http://wp.me/p2GZ98-A4
June 24, 2012
Quick and simple, likely not anything too new.
June 11, 2012
More detail on the wrist and in particular the Terry Thomas sign and carpal instability. As always there’s much more going on in the x-ray than just the bones. Please check out radiopaedia.org. And some cases from the podcast. http://radiopaedia.org/cases/scapholunate-dissociation … Continue reading →
May 31, 2012
Apologies for the sound quality on this one, not as good as it usually is. Any feedback is always appreciated. More of the Grandma photos here. Wheeless on Colles and EPL
May 22, 2012
OK so this one is a little bit different than the usual but still some anatomy to learn. Check out emergencymedicineireland.com for the show notes.
May 16, 2012
Hi guys. This is yet another Zebra diagnosis but it’s a great one for illustrating some of the relevant anatomy. Let me know what you think. Here’s the link to the article mentioned Rudinsky, Sherri L, and Michael J Matteucci. … Continue reading →
April 27, 2012
Still in the skull but this time looking at the cavernous sinus. The case report in the video can be found here
April 20, 2012
Yes I know it’s more circle of willis stuff but we’re getting there I promise you. Don’t forget to hit the HD tab if you’re watching it on the website. Links to RootAtlas.com And a really neat one:
April 12, 2012
Continuing where we left of. This time you’re the patient…
April 7, 2012
The differences between ACA and MCA strokes in terms of vascular supply to the brain The nice little picture of the brain in the case presentation can be found here
April 7, 2012
This is key knowledge I think – if you want to understand the stroke syndromes and the different presentations then you need to understand the internal capsule and its importance
April 7, 2012
This is a quick run through of the 3 main brain herniation syndromes. Enjoy
April 7, 2012
A quick run through venous drainage of the brain
April 7, 2012
As mentioned in the video here are some of the cric resources out there on the interweb
April 7, 2012
And the final spinal cord video, if you have the er… spine… for it…
April 7, 2012
Here’s number 2. Let me know what you think UPDATE: The very smart and astute Chris Nickson points out that central cord syndrome normally presents with motor weakness in the distally (in the hands) rather than proximally in the case in the … Continue reading →
April 7, 2012
There was just too much good stuff for one spinal cord vid so I did three. They’ll be out over the next couple of weeks
April 7, 2012
Trust me CSF circulation is more relevant than you think. As always, feel free to download and reuse or embed or whatever. Let me know what you think
April 7, 2012
Here’s the next (not so) exciting installment. Thanks for the emails and encouragement. Some neuro stuff is in progress! And if you have a slightly more accurate account of where the LisFranc story is from then I’d love to know As … Continue reading →
April 7, 2012
In 10 minutes this is only a very brief look at the ankle, so there may have to be a part 2 to this.
April 7, 2012
Origins, course and things that go wrong with the vertebral artery
April 7, 2012
A review of the bony anatomy and ligaments that keep your head from falling off. See the site for some more links.
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