Osteoporosis – primary prevention. This updated article looks at primary prevention of osteoporosis including risk factors and interpretation of diagnostic tests such as DEXA scanning.
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OnMedica are offering a comprehensive three-part course on diabetes covering all the aspects ranging from epidemiology to latest treatments. Each independently authored module contains exclusive videos with diabetologist Professor Steve Bain and is worth 2 hours of CME credit. And as with all the OnMedica learning, the course is accredited by the RCGP’s EPASS scheme. Don’t miss out, click on the links below to start the modules now:
A blood test could help predict breast cancer survival. More – click here >>
This week read our clinical article on meningitis, a serious condition where prompt diagnosis and treatment improve both morbidity and mortality. To read more on this article click here >>
The European Medicines Agency has granted marketing authorisation for Signifor, an orphan medicine, used for treating Cushing’s disease when surgery has failed. To read more on this article click here >>
At least seven models are commonly used to evaluate cardiovascular risk. A systematic review of comparative studies in the BMJ investigates which has the best prognostic performance. To read more on this article click here >>
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