Common upper respiratory infection - with its well-known array of clinical signs and seasonal prevalence - usually resolves spontaneously with symptomatic therapy.
Unless management of epileptic patients is reviewed regularly, there is a danger of perpetuating inappropriate or superfluous drug therapy.
The modern mother has every right to approach labour confidently and to expect adequate pain relief without harm to herself or her foetus.
Promotion of paracetamol as safer than aspirin may lead to a rising rate of paracetamol intoxication.
We felt that certain statements in the preceding article about the safety of paracetamol in patients with liver disease were contentious, and that certain therapeutic procedures could be elaborated upon.
As well as its role m the diagnosis and treatment of cancer, the C T scanner has a place in detecting and confirming cerebral disorders.
Seven out of ten children with atopic eczema will be clear before their teens by complications can be serious with infection.