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Concepts in Biochemistry - Interactive Animations

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I found this quite useful so thought I'd share it here for you all :)

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Cardiff University School of Medicine C4ME's curator insight, December 9, 2014 8:14 PM

This takes you through the Cori cycle of glycogen metabolism. Useful for another way to approach this topic. 

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Frequent antibiotic use linked to higher type 2 diabetes risk - Health News - NHS Choices

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High sensitivity cardiac troponin and the under-diagnosis of myocardial infarction in women: prospective cohort study

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Female Reproductive Anatomy

Female Reproductive Anatomy | Group 20 (Dec 14) | Scoop.it
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Good overview of the female reproductive anatomy!

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Teenagers: sexual health and behaviour factsheet | FPA

Teenagers: sexual health and behaviour factsheet | FPA | Group 20 (Dec 14) | Scoop.it
Last updated January 2011
This factsheet aims to provide key data about the sexual health and behaviour of teenagers throughout the United Kingdom (UK). Where possible, data is presented separately for England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Please note that this data is not always directly comparable due to differences in methods of data collection and analysis between countries.
Where Great Britain is referred to, this covers England, Wales and Scotland.
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Useful factsheet with lots of statistics. 

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NICE guidelines for sprains and strains

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This is really good- especially the management section

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history-and-examination

Found this guide to performing different examinations- the section on a lower limb examination and a musculoskeletal examination is layed out clearly and is quite useful- also there is a section on taking a pain history 

 

Thought it is relevant to case 1and also will be useful in the future!

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REMS: examination of the knee - YouTube

Examination of the knee


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Useful video showing how to clinically examine the knee

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Talea Roberts's curator insight, January 14, 2014 8:48 AM

Clinical skills

Shaffi B*'s curator insight, January 14, 2014 8:00 PM

I'll probably need this at some point...

James Brook's curator insight, January 15, 2014 8:20 AM

REMS: examination of the knee. Should be helpful for Case 1 and for the GALS examination that we have learned in Clinical Skills.

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Concepts in Biochemistry - Interactive Animations

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I found this quite useful so thought I'd share it here for you all :)

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Cardiff University School of Medicine C4ME's curator insight, December 9, 2014 8:14 PM

This takes you through the Cori cycle of glycogen metabolism. Useful for another way to approach this topic. 

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Effect of adrenaline on glucose kinetics during exercise in adrenalectomised humans

Effect of adrenaline on glucose kinetics during exercise in adrenalectomised humans | Group 20 (Dec 14) | Scoop.it
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Hi guys, found this article and didn't know if it would be of any use to us? :)

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Cardiff University School of Medicine C4ME's comment, December 4, 2014 6:20 PM
thanks Katherine- look forward to feedback from your colleagues
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Gastric Acid Physiology (Secretion, Ulcers, Acid Reflux and Treatment) - YouTube

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This 13 minute video basically sums up 90% of our case learning objectives

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Bimanual Vaginal (PV) Examination OSCE Station Guide

Bimanual Vaginal (PV) Examination OSCE Station Guide | Group 20 (Dec 14) | Scoop.it
Bimanual or PV examinations are performed for a number of clinical reasons e.g. problems relating to menstruation, irregular bleeding, dyspareunia, abnormal vaginal discharge or pelvic pain.
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AAOS - OrthoInfo: Knee & Lower Leg

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Really nice, clear explanations and diagrams about knee & lower leg injuries. Lots of other information too about the other joints and other bone-related problems. The treatment section may not be relevant as this is an American website. There's a section about 'patient stories' too, which can help to appreciate the patient perspective in these injuries, similarly to visiting patients on placement. Hope you find this useful!

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NICE guidelines for assessment and Management of a Trauma related knee injury

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What is there to say really? This is fabulous

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Part I - Inflammation - YouTube

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I thought this gave a really good overview of the inflammatory response- shows how everything links together. There is also a part II which adds to the basics

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The Coagulation Cascade

http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/hematology/coagulation.swf


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Animation of the coagulation cascade, detailing the separate pathways

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Allysha Perryman's curator insight, January 20, 2014 8:04 AM

This is really good!

Anne Marie Cunningham's curator insight, January 20, 2014 8:11 PM

A flash animation (won't work on ipads/iphones) from John Hopkin's University representing the coagulation cascade. 

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Decreasing Post-Exertion Muscle Soreness: What's the Best Way?

Decreasing Post-Exertion Muscle Soreness: What's the Best Way? | Group 20 (Dec 14) | Scoop.it
Muscle soreness following a vigorous workout is sometimes managed by stretching, practicing yoga, soaking in a hot bath and simply suffering through. But who wants to suffer?...

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Found this on the page for the practice case, thought I'd put it here in case anyone misses it!

This just confirms that the pain two days later is related to DOMS rather than just lactic acid buildup.

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Cardiff University School of Medicine C4ME's curator insight, December 4, 2014 10:36 AM

Is lactic acid really to blame for post-exercise pain?