Chantal McGrath: Ingested foreign bodies at DFTB17

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This talk was recorded live on the first day at DFTB17 in Brisbane.

Chantal McGrath is an emergency doctor working in regional Australia.  With amazingly short notice she responded to our call for help and produced this fantastic talk on the dangers of ingested foreign bodies. Kids have an uncanny knack for putting things where they shouldn’t. Getting things out of noses and ears is (relatively) easy, but if they have swallowed something they shouldn’t have.

You can listen to this talk as you walk to work on any device that supports podcasts.

One of our resident doodlers, Grace Leo, has taken some notes so you don’t have to.

 

If you want to improve your skills at localizing ingested foreign bodies then head over to Radiopaedia.

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