Don't Forget the Bubbles is a paediatric blog providing online medical education. It is run by Tessa Davis, Henry Goldstein, Ben Lawton and Andrew Tagg, and is a collaborative effort to create a Free Open Access Medical Education (FOAM) resource for paediatrics. We have no external funding and exclusively fund DFTB ourselves.
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Facial bone x-rays

There are two views – occipito-mental view and occipito-mental 30o view The occipito-mental view demonstrates the upper and middle thirds of the face including the orbital margins, frontal sinuses, zygomatic arches and maxillary antra The occipito-mental 30o view shows 30o of caudal angulation. The orbits are seen less well, but zygomatic arches and the walls…

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CVADs – a survival guide

This guest post is from Amanda Ullman, Tricia Kleidon, Anna Dean and the Paediatric Vascular Assessment and Management Service, Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, Brisbane. We all love reliability. Central venous access devices (CVADs) are everywhere – across disciplines and departments, and we just want them to work reliably, without complication. But every day, somewhere in your…

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DFTB17 : Registration open!

Book your leave and prepare for an incendiary educational experience; DFTB17 is now open for registration! REGISTER NOW! For three days next August, prepare to be wowed by a variety of changemakers from Australia, the UK and USA, who have altered the face of paediatric healthcare, in keeping with our theme “Making a difference”. Our…