PARACETAMOL, ACETAMINOPHEN AND IBUPROFEN

Which Drug to Use for Fever? The first line drug for fever and pain in children is Paracetamol in the United Kingdom and Australasia or Acetaminophen for those in North America. These two drugs are similar in every way other than the name. There has been a study that has shown that combining paracetamol (or acetaminophen as […]

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WHAT DOES AN EXPIRATION DATE MEAN?

The expiration date certainly does not indicate a point when a medication spontaneously or suddenly loses potency or becomes toxic.At the time of the medication expiry date, the drug must be at least 90% of the original potency under proper storage conditions, according to the US standard. In our country the medicines are regulated by […]

POSTURAL RE-EDUCATION

The specialist physiotherapists at Sports and Spinal Physio are highly qualified in assessing and treating postural conditions which can lead to pain and a decline in quality of life. Bad posture can result in other problems such as back pain, shoulder impingements, headaches and hip joint pain. Our physiotherapists will initially conduct a thorough assessment […]

BSC (HONS) FORENSIC CRIMINOLOGY

Duration: Three years full-time or six years part-time Requirements: Applicants must have three A-levels at grades CCC or above including a science subject or Psychology, BTEC triple grades MMM or above, an Access diploma at 39-45 and GCSE English Language and Maths or Science at grade C or above. This forensic criminology degree readies students to […]

CARE EDUCATION IN SPECIALTY ONCOLOGY TRAINING

The Masterclass in Oncology Nursing programme is designed for European advanced cancer nurses as a multi-professional joint event. Five intensive days of full immersion in up-to-date oncology will create a collective spirit of teaching and learning to improving clinical skills and patient care. Nursing sessions are specific nursing-oriented sessions exploring specialist practice skills such as […]

HOW TO BECOME A PHYSIOTHERAPIST

Physiotherapists help treat people with injuries or physical difficulties. Whether it’s to help rehabilitate someone after a sports injury, to improve the mobility of an elderly patient, or to assist someone suffering from an illness on the road to recovery, the work they do is absolutely invaluable in ensuring people are as happy and pain […]

A CAREER IN SURGICAL ONCOLOGY: FINDING MEANING, BALANCE, AND PERSONAL SATISFACTION

The practice of surgical oncology provides opportunities for both personal distress as well as personal satisfaction. While many surgical oncologists experience career burnout, others derive great meaning and satisfaction from their work. In this article, we review the literature on surgeon burnout, discuss potential personal and professional consequences, and consider steps individual surgeons can take […]

PAEDIATRIC CARDIOLOGY SPECIAL INTEREST

In August 2017  there will be a 1 year Paediatric Cardiology special interest post, with an additional 1 year post available from February 2018, which are for the training of existing paediatric trainees according to the RCPCH approved SPIN module in Paediatric Cardiology (available from the RCPCH website for information). These posts are initially being […]