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The Asthma Control Test; listen how this simple test can help you assist your patients improve their asthma control.
Meningococcal B disease is unpredictable, difficult to diagnose, can have rapid-onset and have devastating and potentially deadly consequences. It’s important to realise that it can now be prevented by vaccination, so we discuss who’s at risk and the efficacy, safety and schedule of meningococcal B vaccination.
Death, coronary artery disease, stroke, renal failure, limb amputations, blindness, are all complications of diabetes. Early control with the appropriate medication is vital, so to help us navigate the maze of type 2 diabetes, listen to this interview with Prof Richard O’Brien from Austin Health.
Australians travelling to hepatitis B and A endemic areas may be at risk of acquiring both the hepatitis B and A virus through everyday holiday activities. The pharmacy is often the first place a traveller heads to before they’re going overseas, so we discuss the role pharmacists can play in advocating for vaccination and encouraging travellers to seek advice from their GP.
‘National Stroke Week’ in September launched the updated ‘Clinical Guidelines for Stroke Management’. The number of strokes in Australia continues to rise, but advancements in treatment mean it is no longer a death sentence for thousands of people, so what are the evidence based recommendations for the management of stroke care, which aim to strengthen health systems and improve stroke outcomes?
A breast cancer diagnosis can be incredibly difficult for the patient to receive. We talk with the BCNA about the support and resources that are available, from that very first moment and throughout the entire journey, helping patients to feel less alone on what can be a really difficult experience.
This audio file contains all 6 interviews on this edition.
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AUS/FLU6/0006/17. Date of approval: March 2017
AUS/AST/0010/17 Date of approval: April 2017
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