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Continuing Medical Education

The future of CME - Changes in 2014

Effective from January 2014, CME will be incorporated into a 'new-look' South African Medical Journal (available at samj.org.za). A review article will introduce readers to the educational subject matter, along with one-page summarises (in print) of additional articles that may be accessed in full online. We will continue to offer topical and up-to-date CME material. Readers are encouraged to register with samj.org.za to receive future notifications of new CME material. Kindly contact publishing@hmpg.co.za should you require assistance.

CME is a medical Continuing Professional Development journal, written by South African experts for South African doctors.

Other websites related to this journal: http://www.cmej.org.za/index.php/cmej/index


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Vol 31, No 11 (2013)

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Table of Contents

Articles

How to prevent and treat an allergic crisis: Anaphylaxis, the most serious of the allergic conditions, is a sudden, severe, potentially fatal systemic reaction. EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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ME Levin 387-389
Raised intracranial pressure: What it is and how to recognise it EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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D Roytowski, A Figaji 390-395
Astute and safe use of topical ocular corticosteroids in general practice: Practical guidelines EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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EJ van Rensburg, D Meyer 396-398
Corneal ulcers: For the general practitioner EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S Ballim 399-401
Approach to upper gastrointestinal bleeding EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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SR Thomson 402-405


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