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165640 - Haematology in General Practice

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GP Guide to bruising, clots and anaemia

Relevance to General Practice

Frequency of easy bruising is in adults occurs in approximately 18% of patients and is therefore commonly seen for assessment in general practice. General practitioners require a good knowledge of investigation approach and differential diagnosis given the frequent nature of this problem. It is pivotal that significant diagnoses are excluded and appropriate patients are referred to a haematologist for further investigation. 
Also to improve GP's knowledge of the approach to the anaemic patient. 
And to give GP's information on the diagnosis and management of venous thromboembolism in the modern NOAC era.

Learning outcomes
  • Develop an investigation strategy and approach to management of a patient with easy bruising
  • Describe an improved approach to anaemia in the community
  • Identify when to seek specialist advice
  • Formulate a plan for prevention of recurrence of VTE
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    165640 - Haematology in General Practice
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    2 hours
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