Tag : paediatrics
Bariatric surgery report in morbidly obese toddler Subscription
The latest clinical news, research, guidance and conference news- as it happens. Tuesday 24th September
US docs told to vaccinate children against flu ASAP Subscription
The latest GP-relevant clinical news and developments. Wednesday 4th September
Fit for a prince? Subscription
While the rest of the world’s press was focused on THAT polka-dot dress, and what the new prince would be called, GP to Be Laura was wondering whether breastfeeding would get the Royal stamp of approval
Checking more urinalyses, expanding IVF provision and Making Every Contact Count: we would if we could Subscription
Three new recommendations in three days? We need more time, more funds and more energy if we’re going to start doing some of the things asked of us lately, writes Copperfield
Fllowing a Paediatrics course, Ramscar asks: is GPs’ level of workload and risk sustainable?
Give us GPs some credit Subscription
Do not adjust your mindset. At first glance, this column reads more like a clinical tutorial than the usual rantings of a greying and increasingly psychotic coalface GP.
Cuddly bears are nothing more than fluffy death Subscription
A teddy bear in Surrey known only as Mr Biggles has been linked to diarrhoea deaths.
A shift in attitudes Subscription
None of us wants to miss another Baby P