Our current paradigm (STEMI/NSTEMI) is failing us and our patients. This is a broad overview and discussion on why the current STEMI/NSTEMI paradigm is no longer fit for purpose. Although…
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I'm an Emergency Medicine doctor working in the NHS in the UK.
I'm interested in strengthening the individual so that we can remain as independent as possible. But I also want the best acute healthcare possible for when things hit the fan.
Stronger Medicine is my exploration of this.
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As a type 1 diabetic, I've got skin in both games: doctor and patient. I'm interested in Emergency Medicine, physical culture, lifestyle, and the spaces in between.
For us all: Do what we can to remain strong and autonomous.
For providers: Deliver excellent clinical care under pressure.
This means I want to explore how to remain as strong, independent and autonomous as possible. But I'm also determined to be the best clinician I can be, to deliver the best care I can for when things hit the fan.
Prevention is better than cure. But strive for world-class clinical care when prevention isn't enough.
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