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Frequent (once a week or more) episodes of binge eating, followed by self-induced purging behaviour, in order to avoid weight gain. Most children in Sussex will be under the Pan-Sussex Eating Disorder Team (FEDS). However ... 9. Oral/GI system: gingivitis, dental caries, loss of enamel, swollen parotid glands, RUQ tenderness. 10. Confusion ...
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It has to fit tightly so that air doesn’t escape from the sides. This mask is attached to an oxygen machine, which will blow air into the mask. A slightly pressurised airflow is blown into the mask while you breathe. The strength of the pressure varies during the breathing cycle. The airflow is strongest when you breathe in, to help you take ...
Paediatric Clinical Practice Guideline BSUH Clinical Practice Guideline – Otitis media and externa Page 2 of 5 Differential Diagnosis Common causes of ear pain also include eustachian tube dysfunction, otitis externa (see below), mastoiditis (see below), and referred pain from dental problems.
Record weight, height and BMI. Always consider an undiagnosed coarctation of the aorta - feel for femoral pulses and perform BP in upper and lower limbs. BP usually 10-20 mmHg higher in legs than arms, in coarctation this is reversed. Initial screening investigations: Second line investigations: Complement & auto-antibody screen
Lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) are a very common problem that affects men as they get older. In Europe 14 per cent of men in their forties experience symptoms and this increases to 40 per cent in men over sixty. The Cause and how does an Obstruction occur? One cause of obstruction can be from the prostate gland enlarging.
Their self-management strategy may be reinforced or refined and the need for consolidation at a routine follow up considered. y A consultation for an upper respiratory tract infection or other known trigger is an opportunity to rehearse with the patient their self management in the event of their asthma deteriorating.
a. ensure clinical & biochemical markers improving b. monitor for secondary complications of treatment REASSESS - signs of deterioration/ continuing DKA? signs of secondary complications eg. fluid overload, cerebral oedema? MONITOR Repeat VBG, serum potassium, blood ketones and plasma glucose at 6hours. Resolution is defined as: - ketones < 0 ...
milk, fruit juice, fizzy drinks and nutritional supplement drinks. They pass through your gut very quickly and draw fluid and salt out of your body. ... fruit juice with pulp Vegetables Make up (with fruit) to 5 portions of fruit and vegetables a day (excluding ... The information in this leaflet is for guidance purposes
changes across the NHS. The purpose and vision of this NHS Plan is to give the people of Britain a health service fit for the 21st century: a health service designed around the patient. The NHS has delivered major improvements in health but it falls short of the standards patients expect and staff want to provide.
Pressure Injury: Having a moisture lesion can increase the risk of you developing a pressure ulcer. Also known as ’bed sores’, pressure injury are areas of localised skin damage. They can occur anywhere on the body, but tend to occur on bony areas. The most common sites for pressure injury development are the bottom, hips, and the heels and ...
Updating Medway with patient pathway and EDD will support all discharge to happen quicker with greater clarity and reporting on what the patient is waiting for Pathway codes and reasons go live 15th June PRH 22nd June RSCH – shop floor support available and speak with IDT.
periodontal disease include gingivitis and periodontitis. Gingivitis, the earliest stage of periodontal disease, is described as inﬂammation conﬁned to the gingiva and commonly induced by bacterial plaque. Gingivitis is reversible and preventable.8,9 Plaque-induced gingivitis can be reversed by removal of the bacteria above as well as below the
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Gingivitis: A condition in which the gingival margin around the teeth may be red, swollen, and bleeding. Dental plaque: A biofilm composed of microorganisms that attaches with acquired pellicle (crust) to the teeth and causes dental caries and infections of the gingival tissue. Halitosis: Offensive breath commonly caused by poor oral hygiene ...
i Republic of Ghana Ministry of Health Ghana National Drugs Programme (GNDP) Standard Treatment Guidelines Ministry of Health Seventh Edition (7th), 2017
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