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KISS - Urticaria

19 March 2018 - Medcast Medical Education Team

Urticaria is such a common problem, and there often seems to be little we can do. But there are a range of options. For example, how often do we consider using ranitidine... and if we wanted to use it, where does it fit into a graded approach to management?

In this Keep it Simple Summary (KISS), we review an evidence-based approach to urticaria, looking at practical strategies for diagnosis and management.

Download the Urticaria KISS Summary Here

But wait... there's more!

As part of the NB Medical / Medcast Hot Topics workshop series, we produce a range of KISS summaries. Each week we will be sending these out as 'tastes' of the workshops. By attending the live workshop, you will receive an up to date workbook of 150 evidence based summaries, reviewed yearly and localised for Australia.

Independent education, Australian & international evidence reviewed and summarised into useful 'chunks' by expert GPs, for GPs.

Read more and enrol in Hot Topics here

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The Medcast medical education team is a group of highly experienced, practicing GPs, health professionals and medical writers.

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