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Tag: Clinical Procedures
What steps can you take to prevent and manage infections after surgery? In this short video, Associate Professor Tony Dicker provides his expert advice on managing infections in the primary care setting. Continue reading “[4 min watch] Top tips for preventing & managing post-surgery infections”
Would you like to perform more minor surgical procedures in your practice? In this brief video, Dr Peter Grossberg looks at surgical interventions that can be used to treat a variety of conditions commonly encountered in primary care. Continue reading “[3 min watch] Surgical interventions that can be managed in primary care”
In this short video, Dr Peter Grossberg takes us through his top three tips to support patients through a surgical procedure in the primary care setting: Continue reading “[3 min watch] How to support patients through a primary care surgical procedure”
How can you best manage ingrown toenails in primary care? As a primary care practitioner, these kind of presentations can be simple for you to manage in your own office without referring onwards.
In this short video, A/Prof Maurice Brygel explains how you can treat ingrown toenails in the primary care setting. Continue reading “[2 min watch] How to manage ingrown toenails in primary care”
Do you see patients with a fear of needles? In this short video, Dr Tony Dicker provides his top three tips for decreasing pain from injections and making procedures more pleasant for your patients. Continue reading “[2 min watch] Top 3 tips for decreasing pain from injections”
How can you best manage bleeding when performing minor surgical procedures in the primary care setting? In this brief video, A/Prof Maurice Brygel covers his top tips and tricks for GPs and general surgeons on managing bleeding, including suturing techniques and more. Continue reading “[2 min watch] Top tips to manage bleeding during office surgical procedures”
What are the most important suturing techniques to master as a GP, primary care or skin cancer doctor? In this brief video, Dr Peter Grossberg covers the most important procedures including the simple interrupted suture and the mattress suture. Continue reading “[1 min watch] Top suturing techniques to master in primary care”
In this video, watch a short demonstration by one of our expert surgical presenters on how to safely remove a lipoma in primary care.
Continue reading “[5 min watch ] How to surgically remove a lipoma”
In this webinar and Q&A session, experienced surgeon A/Prof Maurice Brygel outlines how to manage common anal-rectal conditions in the primary care setting. He provides valuable insights on addressing the anal-rectal conditions you may come across as a GP. Continue reading “[WEBINAR] Anal-rectal conditions and how to manage these in primary care”
Is an exercise regimen combined with compression more effective at treating venous leg ulcers than just compression alone? Exercise is recommended as an adjuvant treatment for venous leg ulceration to improve calf muscle pump function. However, the association of exercise with leg ulcer healing has not been properly aggregated, and the effectiveness of different exercise interventions has not been characterised. Continue reading “[3 min read] Is exercise with compression a more effective treatment for leg ulcers?”