Wound care is a critical aspect of healthcare and pharmacists play a vital role in helping patients manage their wounds effectively.
Proton pump inhibitors (PPIS) have become the mainstay of pharmacological therapy for acid-related disorders.
Insights from the study about the evolution of snake venom and its molecular structure could unlock new treatments for snakebites and chronic conditions like type 2 diabetes and hypertension.
Tracing the history of medical science, Kuljian unearths startling revelations about the racial bias that shaped the field and its impact on the treatment of minority groups.
The state of health coverage compliance in South Africa points towards rampant PMB non-compliance in medical schemes. There is a dire need for universal coverage and enhanced protection for vulnerable groups.
“Promising results from Phase 1 trials overseas for barzolvolimab, an investigational treatment for chronic urticaria, opens the door for hope and renewed research into more effective treatments.”
An employee’s financial pressure, coupled with opportunity created by a lax control system, may lead to fraudulent activities. Implementing measures such as user access control and regular financial checks can help keep honest employees honest.
“Transitioning into different seasons can set off serious mood swings and exacerbate mental health issues. Being vigilant to changes can help manage recurring episodes.”
The 2023 ADA Standards of Care herald new thresholds for the management of hypertension and LDL cholesterol in diabetes patients while also emphasising cardiorenal risk reduction and the role of community health workers.
Antimicrobial resistance is an escalating concern. Through the lens of disease surveillance, Dr Papavarnavas elaborates on how to stay a step ahead in this CPD-accredited webinar.