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Revision podcasts for the MRCPCH clinical exam

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Revision podcasts for the MRCPCH clinical exam

Revision podcasts for the MRCPCH clinical exam

mrcpch.paedatrics.co.uk

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Paediatric podcasts Series 1 - Aid to the MRCPCH clinical exam

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How to present a patient for the MRCPCH clinical exam

Dr Bob Klaber provides tips on scoring top marks when presenting cases in the MRCPCH clinical exam.

7 MIN2015 AUG 21
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How to present a patient for the MRCPCH clinical exam

Abdominal Scars

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5 MIN2015 AUG 20
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Abdominal Scars

Cyanosed Newborn

Presenter: Professor Shakeel Qureshi, Consultant paediatric cardiologist at The Evelina Hospital Professor Qureshi reviews how to differentiate between cardiac and respiratory causes for the cyanosed newborn. A cardiac cause is most likely if the baby is term with minimal respiratory distress. A respiratory cause is more common in the preterm baby with signs of respiratory distress with associated CXR changes. Listen to the podcast for a wonderful explanation of the hyperoxia test and how to interpret the results.

8 MIN2015 AUG 20
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Cyanosed Newborn

Jaundice

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7 MIN2015 AUG 20
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Cyanosed Infant

Presenter: Professor Shakeel Qureshi, Consultant paediatric cardiologist at The Evelina Hospital A review of how to confirm cyanosis, the important differentials to consider according to age, how to investigate such conditions and the typical presentation of these patients at diagnosis. Professor Qureshi discusses the pathophysiology of two major groups of cyanotic defects: 1) Tetralogy of Fallot and 2) common mixing defects (such as trucus arteriosus TAPVD, double inlet left ventricle, tricuspid atresia, pulmonary atresia and transposition of the great arteries).

6 MIN2015 AUG 20
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Cyanosed Infant

Murmurs

Presenter: Professor Shakeel Qureshi, Consultant paediatric cardiologist at The Evelina Hospital A ten minute summary describing Professor Quershi’s ’95% rule’ to identify and diagnose murmurs in children. The podcast describes how to differentiate pansystolic, ejection systolic and continuous murmurs.

6 MIN2015 AUG 20
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Murmurs
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Latest Episodes

How to present a patient for the MRCPCH clinical exam

Dr Bob Klaber provides tips on scoring top marks when presenting cases in the MRCPCH clinical exam.

7 MIN2015 AUG 21
Comments
How to present a patient for the MRCPCH clinical exam

Abdominal Scars

Abdominal Scars by mrcpch.paedatrics.co.uk

5 MIN2015 AUG 20
Comments
Abdominal Scars

Cyanosed Newborn

Presenter: Professor Shakeel Qureshi, Consultant paediatric cardiologist at The Evelina Hospital Professor Qureshi reviews how to differentiate between cardiac and respiratory causes for the cyanosed newborn. A cardiac cause is most likely if the baby is term with minimal respiratory distress. A respiratory cause is more common in the preterm baby with signs of respiratory distress with associated CXR changes. Listen to the podcast for a wonderful explanation of the hyperoxia test and how to interpret the results.

8 MIN2015 AUG 20
Comments
Cyanosed Newborn

Jaundice

Jaundice by mrcpch.paedatrics.co.uk

7 MIN2015 AUG 20
Comments
Jaundice

Cyanosed Infant

Presenter: Professor Shakeel Qureshi, Consultant paediatric cardiologist at The Evelina Hospital A review of how to confirm cyanosis, the important differentials to consider according to age, how to investigate such conditions and the typical presentation of these patients at diagnosis. Professor Qureshi discusses the pathophysiology of two major groups of cyanotic defects: 1) Tetralogy of Fallot and 2) common mixing defects (such as trucus arteriosus TAPVD, double inlet left ventricle, tricuspid atresia, pulmonary atresia and transposition of the great arteries).

6 MIN2015 AUG 20
Comments
Cyanosed Infant

Murmurs

Presenter: Professor Shakeel Qureshi, Consultant paediatric cardiologist at The Evelina Hospital A ten minute summary describing Professor Quershi’s ’95% rule’ to identify and diagnose murmurs in children. The podcast describes how to differentiate pansystolic, ejection systolic and continuous murmurs.

6 MIN2015 AUG 20
Comments
Murmurs
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