Target audience – all orthopaedic practitioners, from consultants/attending grades through to surgical trainees, PAs, nurse specialists and plaster techs.
The Royal College of Surgeons England has awarded upto 2 CPD points for this session
spines for everyone
This is the spine teaching that I always wish I’d had! Spine for non-spine specialists.
We’ve all had a spot of back pain once or twice in the past, and no mistake. Whether it’s putting down a patio, frolics in the bedroom or just sleeping awkwardly, a bad back is a common thing indeed. But we also know what happens if you try to admit a patient to hospital with terrible back pain – you get roasted by the boss in the morning meeting! Yet now and then, just occasionally, that back pain turns into cauda equina (CES) and suddenly you’ve got an emergency on your hands. CES is a huge source of litigation vs medics and the NHS and missing a case is a deep-seated fear for all of us.
So who needs admitting? What is a ‘red flag’ and are some more red than others? Does everyone get an MRI? Who needs an injection and who needs to toughen up? Can we really just refer people for yoga lessons? What about sciatica, sit tight or intervene? Who goes to the pain service?
Plus we’re covering basic trauma spine too – what gets fixed and what gets a brace. Who gets an MRI and who needs logrolling? Do we have to refer all fractures, even the low-energy ones?
All these Qs, and tons of others, confronted and answered by our totally awesome faculty.
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take the learning further
Our faculty have put together these clinical cases, to get you thinking about the topic prior to the session. After the session we will upload takeaway videos that explain the concepts behind the management of the cases.
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