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‘Ere Guv…boxes of edoxaban going cheap…’

Dr Rob Walker
30th June 2022

Brenda comes to see you in your morning surgery. One look at her expression tells you that she is not happy. No, this is not an incoming complaint about access and lack of face-to-face appointments (phew,...

OA of the hip: The HIT Trial

Dr Simon Curtis
23rd June 2022

Osteoarthritis of the hip: common, painful, hugely limiting to function and quality of life and now post pandemic we and our patients face huge delays and barriers to surgical referral. We advise patients...

Diagnosing paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation

Dr Nick Jones
16th June 2022

It’s a duty doctor morning and you flick through the list of people waiting. You see Stella has requested a call to discuss palpitations. She’s a 76-year-old lady with hypertension who attended A&E yesterday....

Technology in diabetes, the future is bright

Dr Sarah Davies
9th June 2022

Technology in diabetes, the future is bright

Please Sir, may I have some...Evusheld

Dr Philippa Davies
2nd June 2022

Pat is one of our many solid organ transplant patients whose life depends on ongoing immunosuppression. An unfortunate side effect of this treatment can be failure to generate antibodies after vaccination, data shows...

Monkeypox - a sense of Déjà vu?

Dr Andy Ward
26th May 2022

Monkeypox – a sense of Déjà vu?

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