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10 January 2014
One SHO's dilemma demonstrates the difficulties that self-prescribing can create
4 December 2013
A GP was offered a new device for to try out for a year. The device recorded blood sugars taken by patients in their homes and sent the results directly to the GP system which automatically alerted the GP to any abnormalities.
A consultant rheumatologist who occasionally provided medical reports in relation to insurance claims was asked by an insurance company to review video evidence.
The patient presented to his GP, an MDU member, the day after a football match. He reported that he had tackled an opponent but slipped and landed astride the other player's leg.
A 39-year old man was referred to an orthopaedic surgeon, an MDU member, because of continuing pain in his right shoulder. He had already had physiotherapy and a joint injection but neither had been helpful.
Are you obliged to disclose a 14-year old's record to his father, who is estranged from his mother? It's a question of parental responsibility and whether the child has capacity to consent himself.
The patient brought a claim alleging negligent failure to inform him of the PSA result of 13.8.
The patient, a 60-year old woman who had previously been fit and well, consulted a GP MDU member for a second opinion on a lump behind her right knee, which her own GP thought was a Baker's cyst.
In 1990, a 30-year old primigravida patient consulted her GP at 26/40 with symptoms of a urinary tract infection (UTI).
The patient, a 25-year old woman, initially saw her GP complaining of a sore throat and a cough and was diagnosed with a respiratory tract infection.