James talks to Dr Sanjay Warrier about managing abdominal pain on the wards.
Script Writer: Abhijit Pal
Summary Writer: Abhijit Pal
Editor: James Edwards
Interviewee: Sanjay Warrier
Sanjay has extensive general and breast surgical training, holding Fellowships at Prince of Wales and Royal Prince Alfred Hospitals. He has had an active role in SET and SRMO training, and passionate about advances in breast cancer medicine and surgery. Sanjay has presented at eight national or international conferences over the last 12 months, as well as winning the Patron’s Prize at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital for best scientific research. He has published many papers and co-authored articles in peer-reviewed journals and magazines, and is currently the Chair of Post Fellowship Training for Breast Surgery in Australia New Zealand.
With Dr Sanjay Warrier, Consultant Breast Surgeon at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, New South Wales, Australia
You are in the emergency department where a 50-year-old man has just presented with abdominal pain.
You are on the ward and are called by the nurses to review a post-operative patient with worsening abdominal pain.
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