Definitions Condition Vertebral level of injury Neurological level of injury ISNCI level of injury Conus Medullaris Syndrome (CMS) T12-L2 T12-S5 T11 Cauda Equina Syndrome (CES)…Explore more Conus Medullaris Syndrome vs Cauda Equina Syndrome : Anatomical basis and Mnemonic
To obtain the correct weight for each age, assign each finger a chronological odd number starting with 1, representing the age in years. Now, using…Explore more Handtevy Method : Emergency Drug Dose by Age
Mnemonic: CATASTROPHE 1. Caregiver and housing (information on the circumstances of present fall and falls history) 2. Alcohol (including withdrawal) 3. Treatment (medications, recently added…Explore more Differential Diagnoses of Older patient’s fall : Mnemonic
A. Muscarinic overstimulation: Mnemonic: DUMBBBELS Diarrhea/Diaphoresis Urination Miosis Bronchorrhea Bronchospasm Bradycardia Emesis Lacrimation Salivation B. Nicotininc overstimulation (NMJ and Sympathetic ganglia): Mnemonic: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,…Explore more Organophosphorous poisononing : Mnemonic Approach
Mnemonic: ABCDEF For images of the particular Cervical spine (C-spine) X-ray findings and views mentioned below, please refer to the links at the end of…Explore more C-spine X-ray : Mnemonic Approach
Tile/AO Classification Tile classification divides pelvic fractures into three basic types according to stability based on the integrity of the posterior sacroiliac complex. Here is…Explore more Pelvic Fracutre Classification Systems
Clinically, the Van Beek classification system denominates 5 principal nail bed injuries, subclassified by location within the nailbed (involving either the sterile and/or germinal matrix,…Explore more Nail Bed Injuries : Van Beek Classification and Management
A study of 50 dog bite wounds revealed that the commonest colonizing: Aerobic micro-organisms are: Pasteurella (50%), Streptococcus (46%), Staphylococcus (46%), Neisseria (32%), and Corynebacterium…Explore more Dog bite wounds : Primary closure or Delayed closure?