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August 2008

Symposium: Paediatrics

Symposium: Paediatrics

Contents

Editorial

Antenatal depression can affect child development - p5

Clinical reviews

Cardiac rehabilitation programmes improve outcomes and lifestyles - p6

STI rates soar in older patients - p8

Physical exercise reduces risk of BPH and LUTS - p10

Weigh up risks and benefits of daily inhaled steroids - p10

Children who have ingested buprenorphine should be referred to A&E - p12

A hundred years ago

The condition of the gums in measles - p15

Symposium: Paediatrics

Meningococcal disease warrants prompt referral - p17

GPs have a vital role in recognising child abuse - p22

Photoguide

Allergic reactions part 2 - p27

CPD

Practitioner CPD - p30

Haslam's view

Is there a doctor in the house? - p31

August 2008

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