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Management strategies for reflux begin with lifestyle and diet modifications, and if symptoms persist, non-prescription medicines may be recommended.
Gout and hyperuricaemia are major health issues as they are associated with metabolic syndrome, diabetes mellitus, obesity and hypertension.
Lifelong management of Crohn’s disease requires a multimodal approach involving pharmacotherapy, nutritional supplementation, dietary modification and sometimes surgical resection.
Resources to help effectively deliver an important community service.
Motion sickness (or travel sickness) is a syndrome of symptoms a person may experience as a consequence of actual or perceived motion.
URTIs, commonly known as colds and flu, are the most common medical conditions affecting humans, with adults suffering 2–4 colds each year and schoolchildren 5–10 colds each year.
Knowledge of the substances and populations most likely to be associated with poisoning, either intentional or unintentional, can help to provide individualised information and support to minimise the risk of harms.
Symptomatic haemorrhoids, also known as ‘piles’, are characterised by enlargement, swelling, prolapse and/or thrombosis of swollen blood vessels.
As the most common wound in older adults, skin tears need to be managed effectively with correct identification, evidence-based decisions and appropriate dressing selection to facilitate healing and reduce risk of complications.
Ensuring vaccines and temperature-sensitive medicines are not exposed to temperatures outside this range is known as ‘cold chain management’.