The mainstays of obesity management are simple and well known to health professionals: reduce sugar and saturated fat intake...
The best method for treating patients with an ingrown toenail has long been debated. Non-surgical options are generally preferred for patients with...
Two newly funded medicines for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) |
Rivastigmine patches (Exelon) now funded for patients with dementia | Access to medicines for people with multiple sclerosis has changed
Tinea pedis is a common fungal foot infection that is often associated with high rates of treatment failure or recurrence.
This is often due to inadequate duration of antifungal treatment. In most cases, tinea pedis can be managed...
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Bpacnz has now published a quick guide for clinicians and parents to encourage swallowing of pills and capsules in children.
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Encouraging children to swallow tablets or capsules
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