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Dr Nora
Dr Nora

 Consultations in all aspects of medicine incl.
  • Facial Cosmetics,
      anti-wrinkle, dermal and lip fillers
  • Family Planning,
      sexual health, coil and implant insertions
  • Minor surgery,
      skin cancer checks & removals
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 Consultations in all aspects of medicine including
Facial Cosmetics, anti-wrinkle, dermal and lip fillers
Family Planning, sexual health, coil and implant insertions
Minor surgery and skin
Book Appointment

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The TRUTH About Diagnosing Coronavirus Patients in China Town | Doctor Explains

Working as a general practitioner in Chinatown and Surfers Paradise, a major tourism hub, my first instinct when the news broke of the virus was to ensure that I was keeping myself and patients protected. Hunting down an elusive P2/N95 mask was a struggle but I eventually managed to source some for myself and staff.


Amazon: https://vtudio.com/a/?a=p2+mask

Bunnings: http://bit.ly/bunningsp2

eBay: https://vtudio.com/a/?e=p2+mask

Officeworks: http://bit.ly/officeworksp2


P2, N95 and Surgical Masks Explained: https://youtu.be/ftm6aKaf0IM

Novel Coronavirus: https://youtu.be/gJ9dQqfT0zY

Flu Season: https://youtu.be/vZBCL-PgarA

Cervical Screening: https://youtu.be/c26OVcHPr4o

In clinic, my staff have done a great job at screening patients prior to booking appointments and thanks to the Australian media, patients travelling from China are very well versed in the precautions that they should take. This is unlike what has occurred in London, where a lady with Coronavirus presented herself to the emergency department without letting the teams know in advance.

Here in Australia, I have seen some patients from Hong Kong and whilst there was some anxiety around their recent travel, they were most respectful and reported that they had no symptoms but instead had presented for a minor ailment. Many of the local Chinese community living in the area have themselves been concerned about going into Chinatown so not to propagate the virus and have even been wearing masks despite not having symptoms. There has very much been a strong community movement in containing the virus.

One common consultation that I do have unfortunately, is that of anxiety surrounding the Coronavirus. All too often I am presented with patients who are suffering severe anxiety, taking the form of work avoidance, staying at home and even avoiding using the lift in their high rise apartments so instead using the stairs. This is heartbreaking for a general practitioner and such patients are offered psychological support to address the root of their anxieties. If this sounds familiar to you, please know that there is help out there and I would encourage you to speak with your doctor about this.

Other patients have presented using multiple face masks in the hope of getting extra protection. There has been no recommendation for this, as long as your mask is fitted well, one should suffice. These patients are at risk of getting quite severe mask fatigue as the masks can be quite thick and difficult to breath leading to dehydration and headaches.

In other consultations, some patients are turning up requesting to be tested for the virus as they may have passed someone close by coughing or sneezing. Such patients have usually attended the emergency department and have been referred back to their GP as they do not fulfil the criteria for testing.

It is important to know that not all general practitioners have the ability to test for the virus, so if you are suspicious you may have it, it is imperative to call in advance to check and also so that staff can be ready to isolate you from other patients. This is also true if you are presenting to the emergency department.

As a practice, we ensure that at the end of the day we wipe down all surfaces with bleach as we know this destroys the virus and our equipment is cleansed after use with each patient.

On a lighter note, one great benefit of wearing the mask is protection against the common cold. Very often I get patients who present with a cough or runny nose and will cough on demand to ‘prove’ a point. As general practitioners we are well trained in detecting such ailments so please refrain from coughing on us as it could mean we pass those bugs to others or take them home.

On the other side of the spectrum, I have some patients who are completely oblivious to the situation. Some of which ask me ‘Doc, why are you wearing that mask? Are you sick?” As a healthcare professional I am in a privileged position to advise others about current health precautions.

The best way to protect yourself is to practice regular hand hygiene, making sure to wash your hands under running water with soap for at least 15 seconds. Of course if you are unwell or you suspect that you may have the Coronavirus, please self isolate and contact you local emergency department or doctors office prior to visiting.

Take care and stay healthy

Dr Nora 💉

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How to Test Your Blood Sugar (Glucose) Level at Home 🤔

In this demonstration I’ll be showing you how to use a Glucometer (Glucose Meter) device to measure your blood sugar.

First, put your test strip in your machine.

Then choose your finger.

Get your needle, otherwise know as a lancet.

Prick your finger.

Push the blood.

Place a drop of blood - on test strip.

And Wait for the reading.


One Touch: http://vtudio.com/a/?a=blood+glucose+device+onetouch

Accu Chek: http://vtudio.com/a/?a=blood+glucose+device+accuchek


Thanks for watching, if you have any questions feel free to leave a comment below, and be sure to view our other videos on diabetes.

Take care and stay healthy.

Dr Nora x

You can view more video demonstrations or arrange to drop by at my website: http://drnora.com

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My Top 5 Tips for Learning Anti-Wrinkle and Filler Injections 💉☕

Here are my top 5 tips for administering anti-wrinkle and filler injections.


Dr Nora is a GP from London, England. She graduated from St. George’s University of London in 2011. She carried out her postgraduate speciality studies in London and is a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners and The Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare. Dr Nora has a Diploma in Women’s Health & Family Planning.

Her specialties include

Facial cosmetics including dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle therapy.

Medical treatment of bruxism and hyperhidrosis using anti-wrinkle injections.

Minor Surgery & Skin Checks

Family planning, including the insertion and removal of intrauterine devices and sub-dermal implants & sexual health screens.

Chronic disease management such as Diabetes and Respiratory Health.

Dr Nora takes a proactive approach to health promotion.

She is also fluent in the Arabic language.

You can view more or arrange to drop by my clinic at: http://drnora.com

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CPR Now Kit | Unboxing and Demonstration #SaveALife

Everybody may hate doing cardio, but trust me learning how to do CPR aka CARDIO-pulmonary resuscitation ;) is not only fun, but a life saving skill to have.

In this video I unbox and demonstrate the CPR Now training kit I received at my the CEMP workshop I attended in Brisbane.


CEMP Workshop Brisbane: https://youtu.be/CghNNzWgW00