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October 2008

Symposium: Gastroenterology

Symposium: Gastroenterology

Contents

Editorial

Consider ketamine misuse in patients with urinary symptoms - p5

Clinical reviews

Two-way link between diabetes and depression - p6

Ibuprofen more effective than paracetamol in childhood fever - p9

Ivabradine reduces MI in patients with LVD - p9

BRCA2 mutation increases mortality rate in prostate cancer - p11

Benefits of antidepressants during pregnancy outweigh risks - p11

Patients willing to provide vaginal swabs - p12

Symposium: Gastroenterology

GPs have central role in managing IBD - p14

Tailor treatment to the patient in irritable bowel syndrome - p23

Guideline will aid early detection of familial hypercholesterolaemia - p30

A hundred and forty years ago

On the therapeutic uses of bromide of potassium - p35

Practitioner CPD

CPD exercise: October 2008 - p37

Photoguide

Eye conditions part 1 - p40

Letters

QRISK2 vs Framingham - p42

Glad to be a 21st-century GP - p42

Haslam's view

Am I having a good or bad day? - p43

October 2008

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