What is Fibromyalgia? Fibromyalgia is a chronic illness characterized by many symptoms that occur all at once: 1. Widespread pain 2. Fatigue 3. Sleep problems…Explore more Pain all over body, Sleep disturbance, Fatigue, Headaches – Fibromyalgia
Bilateral V-Y (Kutler) flap for finger stump closure
Indications Classically, this flap is indicated in patients with transverse or volar oblique amputations. In actuality, the patient in whom this flap is useful generally…Explore more Bilateral V-Y (Kutler) flap for finger stump closure
Ketamine : Mnemonic
K: Kids (Induction agent of choice in children) E: Emergence reaction (floating sensations, vivid dreams and hallucination; reduced using benzodiazepines), Enantiomers (S-Ketamine and R-Ketamine) T:…Explore more Ketamine : Mnemonic
Indications: Diagnostic and therapeutic purposes of – Syringe preparation: Position: Comfortably seated with the arm at the side and the hands resting on the lap.…Explore more Subacromial Injection
To end continuous suture, either a square knot, surgeon’s knot or an Aberdeen knot is required. The Aberdeen knot has been shown to be superior…Explore more Aberdeen Knot
Running subcuticular suturing
1. Start with a buried knot at distal apex of the wound. 2. Take a bite deep to the epidermis that should curve parallel to…Explore more Running subcuticular suturing
Injection technique for De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis
Syringe Preparation: Position: Comfortably seated with neutral forearm rotation with radial styloid facing upwards – position the wrist in slight ulnar deviation. Technique:Explore more Injection technique for De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis
What Is Catastrophic Personal Injury?
Catastrophic injuries are those that are permanent and potentially disabling. Accidents that lead to catastrophic injuries can completely change a victim’s life. Injury victims may…Explore more What Is Catastrophic Personal Injury?