How to Treat

Be alert to the risk factors that predispose pregnant women and infants to vitamin D deficiency and subsequent nutritional rickets. Nutritional rickets is an entirely preventable disease
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At every clinical engagement, collaborate with families so they flourish. Use an accredited interpreter and not a family member. Be mindful of the family’s health literacy and language
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Neuropathies are common and usually easy to diagnose with a focused clinical approach. The clinical and neurophysiological classification of neuropathies into axonal and demyelinating
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Schizophrenia presents with a range of symptoms beyond hallucinations and delusions. Antipsychotic medications will enable good control over positive symptoms and disorganisation for
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Insomnia is the most common sleep disorder in Australia. CBT for insomnia (CBTi) is the recommended first-line treatment and can assist in a gradual withdrawal program from sedatives
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Routinely consider a diagnosis of PID in all women of reproductive age who present with recent onset lower abdominal pain. Initiate presumptive PID treatment promptly after excluding
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Consider haemolysis in the workup of anaemia in the outpatient setting, with clues to this process available on FBC and biochemistry testing. Haemolytic anaemia may occur as result of
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