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Asthma reviews: a new look

Asthma reviews are an opportunity to assess control, identify modifiable risk factors for poor outcomes and optimise management appropriately – particularly after asthma attacks, which are a signal that further action is neede

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Managing type 2 diabetes: When is it time for insulin?

The emergence of newer glucose-lowering therapies in recent years may delay the use of insulin therapy in type 2 diabetes (T2D), but there is still a place for insulin in the management of T2D, either alone or in conjunction with other drugs

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Adverse drug reactions: A guide for general practice nurses

An adverse drug reaction (ADR) may be a known effect of the drug, or a new and previously unrecognised effect. It is defined as an unwanted or harmful reaction that occurs after administration, and which is suspected or known to be due to the drug. ADRs may also be an unintended or unexpected reaction to a drug normally used for prevention or treatment of a condition. The precise incidence of ADRs is not known with any certainty because it is difficult to assess what caused a reaction, and not all ADRs are reported.

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23 January 2020Vol 50 • Number 1

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