It’s all about vitamins, minerals and supplements this month, with thanks to Dr Lisa Tadele for editing May’s newsletter. Do leave questions, comments or any other suggestions (backed up by evidence please) below:
Raised intracranial pressure on the front line this month, menorrhagia in adolescents, psychological first aid and some normal reference values for children from Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.
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Modern slavery this month in the safeguarding slot, O2 saturations in bronchiolitis, CHAT headache courses and some useful tables from Diabetes UK on diagnosis and management of diabetes. Do leave comments below:
August is full of cyclical vomiting, insect bites, asthma plans and NICE “do not do” recommendations. Do leave comments….
Last bit of headaches this month with guidance on management of various primary headaches, including medication overuse headache. Also more on domperidone, psoriasis, respiratory and heart rates to worry about and a link to a new colic summary I’ve put under the Primary Care Guidelines tab. Do leave comments below.
June’s newsletter has been uploaded. Migraine presentation in adults and children v. tension headaches, baby slings and a bit on acne. Do leave comments below.
Pityriasis rosea this month, plus domestic violence, constipation, domperidone, next instalment of headache and a link to a site for parents on immunisations. Do leave comments below…
More musings from Dr Waterfield this month – this time on paracetamol for immunisation discomfort. Also the 7 important features of a headache y0u must ask about, a link to a very good paediatric emergency medicine site, NICE quality standards in depression, molluscum contagiosum and more musings from me, this time on paediatric phlebotomy. Do leave comments below.