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Bryony Hopkinshaw, Jonathan Broad, Lisa Murphy, and Sarah Boutros Khalid is a 7-year-old boy who had an episode of severe asthma 6 months ago and… Read More »NHS for All? Part 2 – Access to Primary Care and Harms Due to Charging
Bryony Hopkinshaw, Jonathan Broad, Lisa Murphy, and Sarah Boutros Aisha is a 3-month-old baby who presented three days ago with severe breathing difficulty, and was… Read More »NHS for All? Part 1 – NHS Charging Regulations & Inpatient Care
Elizabeth Jones and Charlotte Clements Lymphadenopathy is pretty common in children and it can be a sign of nothing much (a reaction to a virus… Read More »Lymphadenopathy: A Pain in the Neck or Something More Serious?
Ji Soo Kim (@KimneyJ), Wesley Hayes, Detlef Bockenhauer Back for more? Fantastic. Today we talk all things DCT – distal convoluted tubule. But if you… Read More »Tubulopathies Day 4: Distal Convoluted Tubule
Dr Constantinos Kanaris, PICU and retrieval consultant; @DrKanaris This blog is written with an aim to dispel the myth that 0.9% saline is superior to… Read More »Hartmann’s in Hyperkalaemia: is that o(k)+?
Thanks for returning to the second installment of this story. If you haven’t read Part 1, you can find it here. As mentioned before, the… Read More »Pro-Vac Conversations in Vaccine Hesitancy: Part 2
Aimee Henry, Marty Hanna, Vincent McLarnon, Colm Darby, Rachel Hearst, Shilpa Shah Here’s a story that’s never been told before. Or has it? We’ll let… Read More »Pro-Vac Conversations in Vaccine Hesitancy
Mitch Blair, Lucy Pickard and Kate Dhamarajah Consultants spend many hours seeing children in outpatient clinics. Despite this, there is relatively little formal training in how… Read More »Surviving & Thriving in Outpatient Clinics
Danielle Leemon (Paediatric ST7), Pamela Slevin (Paediatric SAS Doctor), Shilpa Shah (Paediatric Consultant). Peer review Dr Sam Thompson (Paediatric Consultant) Craigavon Hospital, Southern Health & Social… Read More »Not So Sweet – investigating hypoglycaemia in a toddler
Dr Katy Huxstep, Dr Owen Miller and Dr Sarah Brooke Firstly the good news! Although chest pain is a common symptom in children, that we… Read More »Chest Pain in children: when to worry and when to refer