It’s Trauma Week at MedShr!

Today at MedShr, we are launching Trauma Week - a whole week dedicated to posting the trauma cases you come across in your practice. If you’ve dealt with a concussion, amputation, or even brain injury, we encourage you to share trauma cases this week using the hashtag #TraumaWeek in the title. Discover, discuss, and share…

MedShr Messaging now live!

We’re excited to announce that MedShr Messaging is now live, connecting you to a global network of doctors and healthcare professionals. You can now message any of your connections on MedShr: Chat and network with colleaguesReach out personally to doctors on MedShrShare links to great casesBuild professional relationships MedShr Messaging - Reach out personally to…

Highlights from EuroPCR 2019

We hope everyone had a great time at EuroPCR. The 30th edition of the world leading course in interventional cardiology saw a peak in peer-to-peer exchange on daily practice, as a total of 11,206 participants from over 120 different countries attended the meeting in Paris.A few of our highlights from the course: Self-expanding vs balloon-expandable…

CT Week

#CT Week at MedShr!

CT scanning is an important first line investigation across many acute specialties. It is as important in diagnosing a stroke as in ruling out a cerebral bleed, and can rapidly define chest and abdominal pathology in acutely unwell patients. This week we would like you to post CTs on MedShr that you see in your…

MedShr connects British Cardiovascular Society members!

MedShr is connecting British Cardiovascular Society members through clinical case discussion, and the first BCS group is now live on MedShr! This is an open group for members of BCS and its affiliated societies, and we would like to invite members to connect with the group and share their cases and comments. MedShr enables doctors…

CXR Week

It’s Chest X-Ray week at MedShr!

A chest x-ray remains an important test in patients with chest pain or breathlessness, and can be a quick guide to further investigation and treatment. In the UK, of tests used to diagnose or discount cancer, a CXR was the test most commonly requested by GPs, with over 197,000 CXRs requested! We would like you to…

Keep up with discussions from the upcoming CoRe meeting on MedShr!

George Ulmann, Reporting for MedShr Join our Complete Revascularisation Discussion Group ahead of the CoRe meeting this March! Join a Discussion in Complete Revascularisation Discussion Group The third international CoRe meeting will be held in London, 11-12 March 2019. By bringing together an international faculty of thought leaders and experts in complex coronary revascularisation, CoRe…

Join MedShr at the London Arrhythmia Summit 2019!

MedShr is working with the London Arrhythmia Summit 2019 which is on Friday 15 March at the King’s Fund. This important meeting brings together heart rhythm experts and a world-renowned faculty to review and discuss the latest updates and controversies in heart rhythm, EP and device therapy. Register now for London Arrhythmia Summit 2019 You…

MedShr – The Medical Knowledge Platform – JP Morgan Healthcare Conference

  MedShr is now fully live in the USA and will be presented at the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference in San Francisco 7th-10th January 2019. MedShr is a medical knowledge platform that enables doctors to use their own smartphone to share and discuss clinical cases in a HIPAA and GDPR compliant private, professional network. Launched from…

Managing Hypertension – the 2018 ESC Guidelines and beyond

Dr Asif Qasim, Reporting for MedShr The ESC Hypertension Guidelines released at ESC in Munich in September 2018, were jointly developed by the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) and the European Society of Hypertension (ESH). The guidelines provide recommendations in diagnosis, evaluating risk, when and how to treat hypertension and risk reduction with both lifestyle…