Monthly Archives: April 2017

Bits and bobs

Useful bunch of motley learning points from the 15th April BMJ: A double-blind trial reported in NEJM has looked at the effects of treating borderline thyroid results (raised TSH with normal T4) in the elderly. It didn’t show any benefit … Continue reading

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Hip protectors

Several of the residents at the care home where I work have recently suffered falls, and one enthusiastic young staff member raised the issue of whether hip protectors would be helpful. Which was a very good question. I vaguely remember … Continue reading

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