This article systematically analyses the evidence behind the use of intravenous magnesium sulphate in adults with severe acute exacerbations of asthma.
Nikhil Kumar and Andrew Victor report a decrease in aerobic capacity in patients who do not participate in cardiac rehabilitation.
Reflection of a paediatric cardiac surgery elective demonstrating high-level care. Unravelling the broad systems at play that influence clinical outcomes through the lens of history, innovation, and present-day communication strategies.
Improved collaboration between doctors and veterinarians is needed to tackle challenges facing human and animal health. This article discusses the history and importance of One Health.
A review of Compendium of Histology by Dr Anders Rehfeld, Dr Malin Nylander, and Dr Kirstine Karnov, a succinct and sufficiently detailed compilation of histology.
A review of Dermatology Made Easy by Dr. Amanda Oakley; a concise resource and perfect introductory companion for any medical student with a dermatological disposition.
Dr Mileham Hayes reflects on how the medical curriculum has changed and evolved over time; and how this has affected new doctors.
The bill to amend the Therapeutic Goods Act was referred to the Senate for enquiry in late 2017, and since has been passed with further amendments. The bill triggered outcry …
A/Prof Stuart Lane: “In the most recent edition of AMSJ, I discussed the concepts of professionalism and professional identity, and encouraged medical students to consider what they understood by them, …
Allergic asthma is a significant disease of childhood, of which, house dust mite is the most common trigger. There have been many investigations into the role of allergen immunotherapy in …