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DrPhil
48 Views · 5 months ago

Ophthalmoscopy - Eye Clinical Examination - OSCE - Dr Gill

Direct Ophthalmoscopy use of the eyes is a very challenging clinical skill, incorporating both the examiner's knowledge of the retina, but also understanding the use of the ophthalmoscope

In this clinical skills tutorial, we look at the use of the direct ophthalmoscope as part of an ophthalmic examination

it should be noted that in the ideal circumstances, the room lights will be dimmed during the examination, and dilating eye drops used to improve the visualisation of the fundus

Some people may notice an ASMR effect from this clinical examination

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DrPhil
35 Views · 5 months ago

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DrPhil
25 Views · 5 months ago

These older clinical skills videos are being retired, but rather than delete them, I decided to archive them here

In this video, we demonstrate how to perform a clinical examination of the CARDIAC SYSTEM for your medical school Clinical Skills OSCE. As the gastrointestinal exam is a core skill when it comes to examining patients, students should assume that an abdominal assessment is a high yield station for any clinical exams or clinical assessments.

For a passing grade in your Clinical Skills OSCE, for the cardiac exam follow the approach of:
- Inspection
- Palpation
- Percussion
- Auscultation

HOWEVER, an cardiac examination OSCE station does not just involve listening to the heart this video also demonstrates some of the specialised examination techniques required in examining cardiology patients

Chest, pain and general concerns about the heart are common reasons for patients to see a doctor, and in any speciality, the cardiac exam will be needed

This video has five other Cardiology system-focused videos associated with it:

https://youtu.be/dxUHp85M8kQ - cardiac deep dive

https://youtu.be/CyQqxXZyQVw - cardiac demo

https://youtu.be/DdF2cbpE6mQ - cardiac murmurs

https://youtu.be/UdT9Aj5Cujo - ecg demo

https://youtu.be/g-4DlFzmI1k - ecg lead placement


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Please note that there is no ABSOLUTE way to perform a clinical examination. Different institutions and even clinicians will have differing degrees of variations - the aim is the effectively identify medically relevant signs.

However during OSCE assessments. Different medical schools, nursing colleges and other health professional courses will have their own preferred approach to a clinical assessment - you should concentrate on THEIR marks schemes for your assessments.

The examination demonstrated here is derived from Macleods Clinical Examination - a recognised standard textbook for clinical skills.

Some people viewing this medical examination video may experience an ASMR effect

#clinicalskills #DrGill #cardiology

DrPhil
20 Views · 5 months ago

Lesson on clinical examination of a scaphoid fracture and assessment of the anatomic snuffbox. The scaphoid bone is one of the carpal bones of the wrist. A scaphoid fracture is important to rule out due to risk of avascular necrosis, which is a compromise of bone vasculature leading to death of the bone. Scaphoid fractures can occur with a FOOSH injury. In this lesson, we discuss the clinical assessment to rule out a scaphoid fracture, including assessing and localizing the anatomic snuffbox.

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DrPhil
249 Views · 5 months ago

This video is brought to you by the Stanford Medicine 25 to teach you the common causes of shoulder pain and how to diagnose them by the physical exam.

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DrPhil
20 Views · 5 months ago

Watch this clinical examination video to learn how to diagnose inguinal related groin pain.

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DrPhil
19 Views · 5 months ago

Shoulder Clinical Examination - Medical School Clinical Skills - Dr Gill

Personally, I find the shoulder examination the most complex examination possibly as there are so many variations and special tests. Some of which overlap and some will relate specifically to a patients presentation.

Often in a medical school syllabus, only select special tests will be used. In this shoulder exam demonstration, we include the Hawkins-Kennedy Test looking for impingement. This is dovetailed with examination for bicipital tendonitis as this is another possible cause of impingement type symptoms.

This shoulder upper limb exam follows the standard "Look, Feel, Move" orthopaedic exam approach, and overall order as set out in MacLeods Clinical Examination

Watch further orthopaedic examinations for your OSCE revision:

The Spine Examination:
https://youtu.be/pJxMHa6SCgU

Knee Examination
https://youtu.be/oyKH4EYfJDM

Hip Joint Clinical Examination
https://youtu.be/JC9GKq5nSdQ
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Please note that there is no ABSOLUTE way to perform a clinical examination. Different institutions and even clinicians will have differing degrees of variations - the aim is the effectively identify medically relevant signs.

However during OSCE assessments. Different medical schools, nursing colleges, and other health professional courses will have their own preferred approach to a clinical assessment - you should concentrate on THEIR marks schemes for your assessments.

The examination demonstrated here is derived from Macleods Clinical Examination - a recognized standard textbook for clinical skills.


#ShoulderExamination #ClinicalSkills #DrGill

DrPhil
14 Views · 5 months ago

Respiratory Clinical Examination Demonstration - Clinical Skills OSCE Revision - Dr Gill

The respiratory examination is one of the three core clinical skills, respiratory, cardiac and abdominal examinations. In this video, we demonstrate how to perform a clinical examination of the RESPIRATORY SYSTEM for your medical school Clinical Skills OSCE. As the resp exam is sure a core skill when it comes to examining patients, students should assume that a respiratory assessment is a high yield station for any clinical exams or clinical assessments.

For a passing grade in your Clinical Skills OSCE, for resp examination follow the approach of:
- Inspection
- Palpation
- Percussion
- Auscultation

HOWEVER, a respiratory examination OSCE station does not just involve auscultating the lungs, this video also demonstrates some of the specialised examination techniques required in examining patients such as tactile vocal resonance, and checking the JVP which may be seen to be elevated in pulmonary hypertension

Coughs, colds and general concerns about the chest are a common reason for patients to see a doctor, and in any speciality is probably the most commonly performed patient examination

This video has two other respiratory system focused videos associated with it:

https://youtu.be/-Pm1SZyke-M - How to take a respiratory history

https://youtu.be/KFcXXn2aBPg - Understanding the techniques of the respiratory examination

Performed by Dr James Gill

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Please note that there is no ABSOLUTE way to perform a clinical examination. Different institutions and even clinicians will have differing degrees of variations - the aim is the effectively identify medically relevant signs.

However during OSCE assessments. Different medical schools, nursing colleges and other health professional courses will have their own preferred approach to a clinical assessment - you should concentrate on THEIR marks schemes for your assessments.

The examination demonstrated here is derived from Macleods Clinical Examination - a recognised standard textbook for clinical skills.

Some people may experience an ASMR effect from watching medical clinical examination videos


#clinicalskills #respiratoryexamination #DrJamesGill #asmr

DrPhil
15 Views · 5 months ago

Peripheral Vascular Examination OSCE - Clinical Skills - Dr Gill

In the cardiovascular examination, particularly in the case of an OSCE station, we conclude the examination often by stating that the examiner would want to perform:
- An ECG
- Check full blood count
- and "do a peripheral vascular examination

In this video, we demonstrate that oft-talked about, but comparatively less common examination.

Starting off, with the examination of the hands, the radial, brachial and carotid pulses. before moving down to assess for a AAA, checking the femoral and popliteal pulses, before wrapping up around the ankle with the posterior tibial and dorsalis pedis pulses

For completeness, the cardiovascular examination is demonstrated here
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ECs9O5zl6XQ&t=2s

#PeripheralVascular #ClinicalSkills #DrGill

DrPhil
15 Views · 5 months ago

The most reliable clinical sign to detect ascites is checking for bilateral flank dullness. If a patient with ascites is lying supine, fluid accumulates in the flank regions, leading to dullness on percussion. At the same time, the air-filled bowel loops are forced upwards by the free fluid due to buoyancy, resulting in tympanitic percussion. To locate specifically where dullness shifts to tympany, or the air-fluid level, percussion should be performed from the sides towards the middle. To confirm that the dullness is caused by ascites, ask the patient to switch to a lateral decubitus position. If ascites is present, the air-filled bowel loops will shift accordingly and remain at the surface of the fluid. As a result, the air-fluid level will shift as well. This is known as shifting dullness.

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DrPhil
4 Views · 5 months ago

This video shows you how to conduct a clinical examination of the foot and how to identify common causes of foot pain.

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DrPhil
0 Views · 5 months ago

Ear Examination ENT is often a challenging examination, crossing over with the cranial nerve examination of the vestibular cochlear exam as well at other neurological assessments of balance

Here we will review the ear examination, looking both at the use of the otoscope, but also the Dix-Hallpike Manoeuvre, along with HINTS assessment. the Webers and Rinne's test is also included to determine types of hearing loss.

Often these ear examination techniques are performed separately, depending on the patients presenting complaint

#EARExamination #DrGill #ClinicalSkills

DrPhil
5 Views · 5 months ago

In this video, the viewer will learn the key aspects of the newborn physical exam, and how to distinguish between normal and abnormal findings.
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DrPhil
1 Views · 5 months ago

Cardiovascular Examination Clinical skills - Medical School Revision - Dr Gill

The cardiac exam is one of the clinical skills that medical students learn completely, as more often than not, patients will consult regularly about chest pain, and it is important to be able to identify key cardiovascular signs

As a junior doctor, the examination of the cardiovascular system can be almost a dreaded examination, as cardiac murmurs can literally take years of exposure in order to gain confidence with their identification through cardiac auscultation.

This video demonstrates not merely the examination of the heart, but the complete cardiovascular system including its peripheries.

I hope these clinical skill revision videos are helpful, please like and subscribe and join the community so that we can create more effective videos to help with your journey through medical school

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DrPhil
2 Views · 5 months ago

The cardiac examination is one of the earliest clinical skills that medical students learn. As a junior doctor, the examination of the cardiovascular system can be almost a dreaded examination, as cardiac murmurs can literally take years of exposure in order to gain confidence with their identification through cardiac auscultation.

This video demonstrates not merely the examination of the heart, but the complete cardiovascular system including peripheries.

I hope these clinical skill revision videos are helpful, please like and subscribe and join the community so that we can create more effective videos to help with your journey through medical school

#CardiacExam #ClinicalExamination #asmr

DrPhil
3 Views · 5 months ago

How to perform a Thyroid Gland Examination - Clinical Skills Revision

The thyroid examination is one of the first sessions of the clinical skills block for medical students at Warwick Medical School - largely as it touches lightly on to other clinical areas, such as the cardiac examination, and the peripheral neurological examination making it an excellent starting point for building further knowledge


This is a clinical examination of the thyroid gland is performed by Dr James Gill following the approach in Macleod’s Clinical examination.


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Please note that there is no ABSOLUTE way to perform a clinical examination. Different institutions and even clinicians will have differing degrees of variations - the aim is the effectively identify medically relevant signs.


However, during OSCE assessments. Different medical schools, nursing colleges and other health professional courses will have their own preferred approach to a clinical evaluation - you should concentrate on THEIR marks schemes for your assessments.


The examination demonstrated here is derived from Macleods Clinical Examination - a recognised standard textbook for clinical skills.


Some people may experience an ASMR effect from watching this medical clinical examination

#ThyroidExamination #ClinicalSkills #DrGill #ASMR

DrPhil
3 Views · 5 months ago

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Normal heart sounds and aortic regurgitation/stenosis sounds
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DrPhil
9 Views · 5 months ago

#GIT#Abdominalexamination#AETCM

DrPhil
7 Views · 5 months ago

Elbow Exam - Orthopaedic OSCE - Clinical Skills - Dr Gill

The elbow examination is a core skill - in this video, we demonstrate how to perform an elbow EXAM for an Orthopaedic Clinical Skills OSCE, which should be one of the more accessible examination stations for medical students.

For a passing grade in your Clinical Skills OSCE, an elbow assessment should follow the LOOK, FEEL, MOVE approach

Initially looking for erythema, scars, swelling and position

Palpating the elbow - specifically the olecranon, medial and lateral epicondyles, and radial head for heat, oedema and crepitus

Finally assess range of movement with flexion and extension at the elbow, before determining for tennis and golfers' elbows

Watch further orthopaedic examinations for your OSCE revision:

The Elbow - Deep Dive
https://youtu.be/SX5buhtCVDw

The Spine Examination:
https://youtu.be/pJxMHa6SCgU

The Knee examination
https://youtu.be/oyKH4EYfJDM

The Hip examination
https://youtu.be/JC9GKq5nSdQ

The GALS examination
https://youtu.be/5qJaf7gW-B0 - Gait, Arms, Legs, Spine - GALS screen

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Please note that there is no ABSOLUTE way to perform a clinical examination. Different institutions and even clinicians will have differing degrees of variations - the aim is the effectively identify medically relevant signs.

However during OSCE assessments. Different medical schools, nursing colleges and other health professional courses will have their own preferred approach to a clinical assessment - you should concentrate on THEIR marks schemes for your assessments.

The examination demonstrated here is derived from Macleods Clinical Examination - a recognised standard textbook for clinical skills.

Some people viewing this medical examination video may experience an ASMR effect

#clinicalskills #Elbow #DrGill

DrPhil
2 Views · 5 months ago

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