This week’s case study from BMJ Learning involves a 57 year old man who presents with a one year history of persistent halitosis. He is a heavy smoker and eats spiced foods only occasionally. He drinks one pint of beer per night. How would you advise him? And what would you do? To find out the answers, then click on the link to complete this module today.
Halitosis: a guide to diagnosis and management
And here are our most popular modules in respiratory medicine for you to complete.
Chronic cough: a guide to assessment and management
Anaphylaxis: an update on management
Occupational asthma: evidence based diagnosis and management
Chronic severe asthma: a guide to diagnosis and management
Childhood asthma: diagnosis and treatment
Extract from BMJ Learning
BMJ Learning modules – have you done this one yet on Prostate Cancer?
One of your patients is an 85 year old man who has recently been diagnosed with intermediate risk, localised prostate cancer. The hospital has suggested a watchful waiting strategy for his management. He understands that the main advantage of watchful waiting is that there will be no physical side effects of treatment. However he wonders if there are any disadvantages of this strategy. What would you say to him? What if he didn’t want to follow the advice given? If you would like to learn more about this topic, then click on the link to complete this module today.
Prostate cancer: understanding the patient pathway and treatment options – in association with Prostate Cancer UK
And here are their most popular modules in respiratory medicine for you to complete.