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As skin ages, increased transepidermal water loss leads to dry skin (xerosis) and reduced barrier function.
Age-related changes in women can result in an increased occurrence of vulvovaginal dermatological conditions such as...
The role of opioids in the management of chronic non-malignant pain is a controversial subject due to concerns...
Calculating a patient’s cardiovascular risk is relatively easy; communicating this to
patients in a way that assists their decision making can be challenging.
Bpacnz has now published a quick guide for clinicians and parents to encourage swallowing of pills and capsules in children.
This guide is available to download, and can be used as a take-home resource.
Encouraging children to swallow tablets or capsules
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New Personalised oxycodone prescribing report.
Peer Group Discussions
In an ongoing series,
we look back at the key messages and practice points from selected articles in Best Practice Journals.