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PREMIUM
From this pharmacy CPD module you will learn about: What malabsorption syndrome is and the main causes of this disorder Symptoms suggestive of...
27/06/2019 0
PREMIUM
Atorvastatin, digoxin, metformin and NSAIDs all have diarrhoea as a possible side effect
From this pharmacy CPD module you will learn about: The main mechanisms of action that cause this reaction The impact of the disruption of the...
09/05/2019 0
PREMIUM
From this pharmacy CPD module you will learn about: The various types of hernia that can occur Their symptoms, causes and management Practical...
16/01/2019 0
C+D clinical editor Kristoffer Stewart spoke to Professor Simon Gaisford from University College London’s school of pharmacy to find out more about...
07/01/2019 1
PREMIUM
Helicobacter pylori is a bacteria that can enter the GI tract and cause peptic or duodenal ulceration
From this pharmacy CPD module on H. pylori infection you will learn: How common the infection is and who is most likely to be affected The symptoms...
31/05/2018 0
Naproxen is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) used to reduce pain and inflammation of the joints in a range of conditions, such as:...
23/02/2018 4
From this module you will learn: Common causes of nausea and vomiting Treatments which can help alleviate symptoms When a referral is necessary...
15/12/2016 0
Last week, C+D published the second in its new series of in-depth clinical case studies, along with questions. To skip the case study and go straight...
01/12/2016 0
EXCLUSIVE
This module covers: The incidence of motion sickness in young children Mechanisms in the brain that cause sickness and mode of action of treatments...
15/11/2016 0
From this module you will learn: How bleeding risk can be increased by medical conditions and medicines About possible causes of various types of...
19/11/2015 0

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