A Pregnant Patient with Chest Pain

A 27 yo 34/40 gestation G1P0 patient presented to the Emergency Department with central chest pain, with some radiation to between the scapulae. There was no shortness of breath or diaphoresis, nausea or vomiting or palpitations. The patient did not complain of leg pain. The registrar presented the case to me with the following findings.…

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The Davos Technique for Shoulder relocation

Patients with shoulder dislocations are not an uncommon presentations to the Emergency Department. The ability to reduce the shoulder depends on many factors which include whether the patient can Adduct or Abduct, how painful the dislocation is. We know that in some patients, small movements, even with analgesia, can be very painful, and others will…

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