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Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is a progressive condition that needs us to regularly monitor how our patients are tracking. In this interview we discuss some practical ways on how best to do this, and how to optimise treatment.
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Osteoporosis is often only first recognised at the time of a low-trauma fracture. However, by this stage, the risk of subsequent fractures has already risen substantially. We talk through the risk factors, early identification, management and more in this comprehensive interview.
With 20% of children having eczema, one in four children having asthma, and food allergy on the rise, we need to make allergies a priority. The increased prevalence is not due to changes in our genes, but rather change in the environment, so what can we do?
Cow’s milk allergy is reasonably common and it is still under-recognised or confused with lactose intolerance. We discuss the two main presentations, how to treat and when urgent specialist referral is required.
When to introduce solid foods, including allergenic food can be a confusing area for both parents and health professionals. In this interview we discuss changes to the ASCIA guidelines for infant feeding and allergy prevention.
Patients with non-valvular atrial fibrillation (AF) have ~5% per-year risk of stroke. Most patients with AF require management with anticoagulants, so we talk through the developments in this area and some case presentations.
More than 450,000 stroke survivors are living in Australia now, and they need the support to make a good recovery. We discuss the resources available via the Stroke Foundation, for not just the survivors, but for their careers and family too.
Chronic pain has a profound impact on patient’s lives, and with just under 1 in 4 GP consultations with adults in a typical week involving chronic pain, we talk through this complex and sometimes contentious area.
Lifestyle changes, social interventions and psychological therapies are all important in depression; however antidepressant medication may be required. We discuss the aims of treatment for a functional recovery.
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