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    Depression Professional

    St John's wort should not be recommended because of uncertainty about appropriate doses, variation in the nature of preparations and potential serious interactions with other drugs. ...

    Multiple Sclerosis Professional

    It is given by subcutaneous (Rebif® and Betaferon®) or intramuscular (Avonex®) injection. Preparations vary but can be alternate days (Betaferon®), three times per week (R...

    Travel Vaccinations Professional

    Many, if not most, travel vaccines are available in paediatric preparations and the contra-indications are generally the same as for adults. Remember too that most children will be only part ...

    Thyroid Cancer Professional

    The method of choice for preparation to perform radioiodine ablation is based on the administration of recombinant human TSH (rhTSH) while the patient is on levothyroxine (LT4) therapy.

    Diabetic Foot Professional

    Dangers associated with practices such as skin removal; dangers associated with over-the-counter preparations for foot problems. When to seek advice from a healthcare professional: if ther...

    Oral Anticoagulants Professional

    If minor bleed, administer vitamin K1 1-2.5 mg by mouth, using intravenous preparation orally. In either case, warfarin can be started again when INR <5.0. A high INR is often due to...

    Examination of the Eye Professional

    If dilating pupils eyes in the surgery be aware that they will not be able to drive for some time afterwards (this varies with the preparation), as they may experience blurred vision. Elic...

    Abnormal Gait Professional

    Normal gait As the body moves forward, one limb typically provides support while the other limb is advanced in preparation for its role as the support limb. The gait cycle (GC) is composed...

    Viral Haemorrhagic Fevers Professional

    System preparation This needs adequate training of healthcare workers in diagnostics, intensive care of patients under isolation, contact tracing, adequate precautionary measures in handli...

    Sickle Cell Disease and Sickle Cell Anaemia Professional

    Partial exchange transfusion (rather than top-up transfusion) is indicated when it is necessary to reduce the percentage of haemoglobin S quickly in acute life-threatening complications, such as sever...

    Lassa Fever, Marburg and Ebola Virus Professional

    System preparation This requires adequate training of healthcare workers in diagnostics, intensive care of patients under isolation, contact tracing, adequate precautionary measures in han...

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