The silent third wave of Covid-19?

PD is a debilitating neurodegenerative disorder manifesting as reduced facilitation of voluntary movements. It affects 1% of the population above…

Specialist Forum April 2021 CPDs

Below you will find links to both CPD articles produced for Specialist Forum‘s April 2021 issue.

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CPD POINTS: 3

How treating sinus symptoms early can prevent a cough

In a Mayo Clinic study, researchers found that more than one-third of chronic cough patients given a CT scan had…

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CPD POINTS: 1

Ethics and legalities of vaccines and vaccination

The arrival of the first Covid-19 vaccines in February came as a huge relief to many South Africans. The relief…

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CPD POINTS: 1

Non-surgical management of actinic keratoses and non-melanoma skin cancers

Actinic keratoses are small, scaly, sandpaper-like papules found on sun-exposed areas of skin including the face, balding scalp, and arms.

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CPD POINTS: 3

Efficacy of fixed-dose, triple therapy in essential hypertension

Hypertension is the leading cause of mortality worldwide, accounting for more than 10 million deaths every year. The majority of…

The challenge of diabetes management in LMICs

In low-and middle-income countries, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa, noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) such as diabetes are placing a growing strain on…

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CPD POINTS: 1

What is the optimal solution for gout?

The key to successful gout treatment is knowing when to initiate which treatment, as well as properly educating patients. Recent…

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Questions for ‘Platelet-Activating Factor (PAF) in Allergic Rhinitis: Clinical and Therapeutic Implications’

This is a quiz page for the article ‘Platelet-Activating Factor (PAF) in Allergic Rhinitis: Clinical and Therapeutic Implications’. Click on the…

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CPD POINTS: 1

Finding the right mix to combat ocular infection

The optimal treatment of ocular infections is a challenge, even for seasoned ophthalmologists. Medicines that contain multiple ingredients, each aimed…

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CPD POINTS: 1

Combination products: the way to go for colds and flu?

Influenza and the common cold are here to stay, so what are the most effective medications? While a host of…

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Achieving optimal glycaemic control with insulin lispro pens

A rise in body weight or worsening insulin tolerance in diabetic patients nearly always results in an increase in their…

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Specialist Forum March 2021 CPDs

Below you will find links to both CPD articles produced for Specialist Forum‘s March 2021 issue.

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CPD POINTS: 3

New hope for obesity patients

Liraglutide, which has consistently shown 5%-10% of weight-loss when combined with diet and physical activity, has been given the go-ahead…

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CPD POINTS: 3

SA Ophthalmology Journal Summer 2021 CPDs

These are the CPD-accredited multiple-choice questions for the SA Ophthalmology Journal’s Summer 2021 issue.

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CPD POINTS: 2

Optimal treatment for AOE and AOMT

The frequency with which acute otitis externa (AOE) and acute otitis media with tympanostomy tubes (AOMT) are encountered in the…

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CPD POINTS: 1

Multimodal approaches to chronic and short-term pain

Pain is one of the least understood conditions in all of medicine, and recent revisions to the way clinicians approach…

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Taste: the missing link in paediatric medicines

Children’s perception of the taste of medicines are often the deciding factor in their adherence to medication.

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Medical Chronicle February 2021 CPDs

Below you will find links to both CPD articles produced for Medical Chronicle‘s February 2021 issue.

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CPD POINTS: 3

Specialist Forum February 2021 CPDs

Below you will find links to all three CPD articles produced for Specialist Forum‘s February 2021 issue.

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CPD POINTS: 3
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