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Osmotic demyelination of the brain (ODS) is a dreaded complication that typically occurs several days after aggressive therapy for chronic hyponatraemia, but is eminently avoidable. In this teaching exercise, Professor McCance, an imaginary consultant, is asked to explain how he would have...
Background: The requirement for hospitalization of patients on dialysis is likely to be a surrogate marker of age and comorbid diseases. It may also reflect the level of care delivered, and substantially increases the cost of this expensive therapy. Aim: To identify the factors most strongly...
Background: Thiazide-induced hyponatraemia is common and potentially life threatening. In the absence of well-defined risk factors for this complication, guidelines for prescribing cannot be established. Aim: To examine whether a subgroup of patients is particularly susceptible to this...
Background: Patients with acute, undifferentiated chest pain present a frequent diagnostic challenge to clinicians. Clinical features are often used to determine which patients may have acute coronary syndrome (ACS). Aim: To identify clinical features that independently predict ACS in patients...
Background: South Asian migrants have a higher cardiovascular mortality than the indigenous population. Contributory factors may include a lower rate of cardiovascular risk assessment uptake and compliance. Aim: To compare rates of lipid testing, follow-up and patterns of dyslipidaemia in South...
Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most common sustained tachyarrhythmia encountered in clinical practice, with the majority of patients aged > 65 years. With an increasingly ageing population, the burden of AF in society continues to rise. One of the principal controversies in AF management is...
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