A: Alternate veins i.e. Superficial collateral veins (+1) B: Bedridden for >/= 3 days in last 1 month OR Big surgery in last 3 months…Explore more Well’s criteria for DVT : Mnemonic
Necrotizing fasciitis can be misdiagnosed in about 75% of the cases in the intial stage of the disease. The most consistent feature of early necrotizing…Explore more Differentiating Necrotizing Fasciitis from other soft tissue infections
Cellulitis is a rapidly spreading acute inflammation with infection of skin and subcutaneous tissue that spreads widely through tissue spaces. It is commonly caused by…Explore more Cellulitis Assessment : Mnemonic
Cell Wall Synthesis Inhibitors A peptidoglycan monomer consists of 2 joined amino-sugars, N-acetyl glucosamine (NAG) and N-acetyle muramic acid (NAM), with a pentapeptide coming off…Explore more Antimicrobial Mechanism of Actions – Everything you need to know
A journal club is a group of individuals who meet regularly to critically evaluate recent articles in scientific literature. It is a part of postgraduate…Explore more How to present a Journal Club?
Textbooks have long listed the common causes of postoperative fever using the mnemonic of “W”s in the order of: Wind (atelectasis) Water (urinary tract infection)…Explore more Postoperative fever – Rule of W (Mnemonic)
This is a short powerpoint made animation video for the pathogenesis of acute osteomyelitis. Osteomyelitis is defined as an inflammation of the bone caused by…Explore more Pathogenesis of Acute Osteomyelitis
Adjuncts to Primary Survey PEA COVER Pulse oximetry EtCO2 ABG Catheter (NG tube and Urethral) Output (urinary) Vital signs ECG Radiographs (Chest Xray and Pelvic…Explore more Polytrauma Assessment : Mnemonics