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August CKS Update

Clinical Knowledge Summaries (CKS) has been updated in August for the following clinical areas:

Action: Clinicians who see patients with any of these conditions may find the updated information useful when reviewing current clinical practice.

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3 Comments to “August CKS Update”

  1. £20 or thereabouts isn't that expensive. Before we had a PGD we sold an awful lot of Levonelle(EHC) at £26 a time. I think it'll be an interesting product to sell but I'm guessing the uptake will depend on your work area. I cannot see people on sink estates blowing £20 of scratchcard cash on Clamelle. Then again, I can imagine the more affluent patients paying £20 to keep this off their medical records. (I've lost count of the number of fake names I get in EHC consults)

    Comment by MrHunnybun — August 7, 2008 #
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  2. Nitin,

    Indeed I did, well spotted and thank you.

    Comment by Matthew Robinson — August 7, 2008 #
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  3. Hi

    I wonder if you meant azithromycin and not clarithromycin as reported on BBC website?

    Comment by Nitin Shah — August 7, 2008 #
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