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It's time to change the way we approach coughs in community pharmacy

Cough is among the most common conditions for which patients seek the advice of community pharmacists[1]. Most cases of acute cough are a symptom of an upper respiratory tract infection (URTI) caused by one of many specialised viral pathogens[2]. 1,706 more words


Dangers with inappropriate use of long-acting beta agonists

Caution is required when prescribing or dispensing long-acting beta agonists to manage airways diseases, such as asthma.

Around 5.4 million adults and children in the UK have asthma, a common respiratory condition involving inflammation of the airways. 1,676 more words


CME/CPD Points Management for HCPs

You may have read my previous blog on the Revalidation process in the UK for HCPs, which was titled: “eLearning – Revalidation for HCPs… 634 more words


looks like strong resistance is being hit … but that’s  mighty strong candle coming into levels shown. wait for a SRC.  If it breaks above 119 then new highs should probably be seen.

New oral anticoagulants for stroke prevention in atrial fibrillation

Around 12,500 strokes are caused by atrial fibrillation (AF) in the UK each year, and 7,100 of these are preventable with appropriate anticoagulation. Four new oral anticoagulants (NOACs) are now available in the UK in addition to warfarin. 262 more words


Getting here...

It is very easy to get to Breckenridge from Denver any time of the year. In the winter, you might have a few hours of bad weather, but Colorado does a great job of keeping I-70 clear. 610 more words