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Jul

MCEM Part A Results – 5th June 2013 – quite a high fail rate at 60%. Good luck to anyone resiting the exam next time. Be sure to sign up with us for the best MCEM Revision resource to help you revise for your resit. Our 2013 MCEM A Revision Group have been hard at […]

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European Adder Bites

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12

Jun

The European adder is the only native venomous snake in the UK. Only 50% of bites result in envenomation. Most bites occur in the summer.

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Upper brachial plexus injury

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12

Jun

An upper brachial plexus injury may result in an Erb’s palsy. The characteristic position of the upper limb is medially rotated with the forearm extended and pronated.

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12

Jun

Do you remember the components of clinical governance? Here is a reminder!

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26

Mar

Remember C3, 4, 5 keeps the diaphragm alive! The phrenic nerve supplies the diaphragm and is formed from cervical nerves C3, 4 and 5. Mnemonics are a great and fun way to help you remember things.

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