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Key questions on emergencies in primary care (1.5 CPD hours)

GP and emergency doctors Dr Mark Folman and Dr Peter Holden respond to questions from GP Dr Mandy Fry on antibiotics for non-blanching rashes, patients who collapse in surgery and emergency treatment of hypoglycaemic patients.



This module will update your knowledge on emergencies in primary care, including:

  • How to manage prolonged epistaxis
  • Non-blanching rashes
  • How to manage a patient who collapses in the surgery
  • Preferred treatment for status epilepticus, and how long to wait before intervening

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