Guidelines for management of the hot swollen joint in adults
Country of origin: UK
Click for Full Details: rheumatology.oxfordjournals.orgHot swollen joint is a common condition and has a wide differential diagnosis. The most serious is septic arthritis, but other underlying diagnoses include crystal arthritis, reactive arthritis and a monoarticular presentation of polyarthritis.
These guidelines focus on the diagnosis and management of septic arthritis and have been developed for use with adults who develop a hot swollen native joint acutely (typically with a history of two weeks or less) affecting any joint except the axial skeleton.
Click for Full Details: rheumatology.oxfordjournals.org
Emergency Planning For NHS Organisations November 2017
Clean, Safe Care: Reducing Infections And Saving Lives November 2017
Transition: Moving On Well October 2017
Recipe for Care For Old People October 2017
Zika: Guidance for Women of Childbearing Age October 2017
App launched to help spot cancer signs October 2017
Revised Standards Of Proficiency October 2017