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Bronchiolitis is a lower respiratory tract infection, most often caused by Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV). In severe illness it is
associated with increased respiratory effort, difficulty feeding, dehydration and cyanosis.
The New Zealand adult asthma guidelines were released by the Asthma and Respiratory Foundation of New Zealand in November, 2016.
A key decision in asthma management is when to initiate an inhaled corticosteroid (ICS).
If a patient using an inhaled corticosteroid for asthma has symptoms which are not adequately controlled...
Immunisation against influenza has begun for the 2017 season. Influvac is the sole subsidised influenza vaccine in 2017.
In New Zealand, there has been an increasing rate of antibacterial resistance in...
In the community, many patients have skin and soft tissue infections that are relatively minor...
Still to come in our “Respiratory” theme: bronchiolitis, the role of exercise and pulmonary rehabilitation in COPD, antibiotics for respiratory infections.
Our next theme is “Cardiovascular”, featuring topics including beta blockers, lipid management, anticoagulants and blood pressure targets
You can find information on how to cite our articles under the FAQ tab at the top of the page. Note that this page is a short summary for peer group discussion,
the main article can be found here: http://www.bpac.org.nz/BPJ/2014/April/ankle-brachial.aspx
The ankle-brachial pressure index: An under-used tool in primary care?
Great article however adding how to cite would be a great help? I am currently a student at a PHC clinic where a wound project is underway,
RN's & EN's are trained in ABPI tests with dopler readings and management of slow to heal venous ulcers, together with DN's they manage a
patient and if healing is taking longer than 6 weeks? Referral is then made to the specialist. The project is in infancy & still determining
if clinical outcomes for VLUs are better managed this way.
Tis a shame, we do not delve into other cultures and ethnicities
Building cultural competence: the Medical Council's direction
Brief and to the point. Was unaware of prescribing guidelines. Thanks
Peer Group Discussion: Identifying and managing young people with mental health problems
GOLD 17 is now available with updated information such as LABA+LAMA combo preferred to
LABA+ICS combo. This is in line with recent Cochrane review.
Upfront: Tips for prescribing newly-subsidised medicines for patients with COPD
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