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Issue : 16 June 2008

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  • ‘How garlic could stop MRSA deaths’

    NHS Choices20 June, 2008

    What did the media report?

  • Abnormal ECG predict sudden death in myotonic dystrophySubscription

    News19 June, 2008

    Severe abnormalities in ECG signatures are independent predictors of sudden death among myotonic dystrophy patients, a study has shown.

  • AssessmentSubscription

    Clinical16 June, 2008

    Useful documents for the assessment of food and fluid intake in bowel care.

  • Blog: Does Darzi have all the answers?Subscription

    Opinion20 June, 2008

    'I'm beginning to feel a touch cynical, as if I am no longer able to get excited by yet another community-flavoured document with the Department of Health logo upon its glossy cover'

  • Blog: Searching for a mentorSubscription

    Opinion20 June, 2008

    Liz Darlison talks about day 2 of the Cancer Leadership Programme

  • Combined PET/CT scanner may improve cancer treatmentSubscription

    News16 June, 2008

    Breast cancer treatment could take a major step forward with the development of technology that combines two key imaging techniques, say US researchers.

  • Consent to treatment and mental capacitySubscription

    Clinical17 June, 2008

    Nurses frequently express concern about consent required for bowel procedures and training required before procedures for digital rectal examination and digital removal of faeces. This section addresses these issues.

  • ConstipationSubscription

    Clinical17 June, 2008

    Constipation is an unpleasant and often distressing symptom that can happen to anyone at any time.

  • Debriefing aids nurses post-resus failure in childrenSubscription

    News18 June, 2008

    Clinical staff benefit from a debrief after being involved in a failed paediatric resuscitation, according to UK researchers.

  • Developing servicesSubscription

    Clinical19 June, 2008

    Resources for developing your own courses, pathways and services for bowel care

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