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South African Family Practice

South African Family Practice (SAFP) is a peer-reviewed scientific journal, which strives to provide primary care physicians and researchers with a broad range of scholarly work in the disciplines of Family Medicine, Primary Health Care, Rural Medicine, District Health and other related fields. SAFP publishes original research, clinical reviews, and pertinent commentary that advance the knowledge base of these disciplines. The content of SAFP is designed to reflect and support further development of the broad basis of these disciplines through original research and critical review of evidence in important clinical areas; as well as to provide practitioners with continuing professional development material.

(Note: In January 2003 South African Family Practice merged with Geneeskunde – The Medical Journal to form South African Family Practice incorporating Geneeskunde, and since January 2004 it is again only known as South African Family Practice (SAFP). As a result the numbering of the journal now begins from Volume 45 in 2003).

Other websites related to this journal: http://www.safpj.co.za


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Vol 56, No 1 (2014)

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Table of Contents

Articles

The eye in systemic disease EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M Lenake, N Du Toit 8-14
Cardiovascular effects and the use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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N Schellack 16-20
Glucose control: Non-insulin therapies EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Editorial Office 21-30
Coeliac disease EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J Badenhorst 31-34
The prevalence of suicidal behaviour and associated risk factors in grade 8 learners in Durban EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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N Vawda 37-42
A snapshot of noncommunicable disease profiles and their prescription costs at ten primary healthcare facilities in the in the western half of the Cape Town Metropole EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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AA Isaacs, N Manga, N Manga, C Le Grange, C Le Grange, DA Hellenberg, DA Hellenberg, V Titus, V Titus, R Sayed, R Sayed 43-49
Review of final-year medical students’ rural attachment at district hospitals in KwaZulu-Natal: student perspectives EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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PM Diab, PD McNeill, AJ Ross 57-62
Lactic acidosis, risk factors and predictive laboratory markers: a nested case control study in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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CA Luke, MYS Moosa, TM Esterhuizen, S Saman 63-68
An evaluation of the Triage Early Warning Score in an urban accident and emergency department in KwaZulu-Natal EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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DK Naidoo, S Rangiah, SS Naidoo 69-73
The “heart lift” patient EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C Ellis 74-74
Ethics in health care: Confidentiality and information technologies EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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D Knapp van Bogaert, GA Ogunbanjo S3-S5
Ethics in health care: The practice of defensive medicine EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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GA Ogunbanjo, D Knapp van Bogaert S6-S8
Ethics in health care: Healthcare fraud EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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GA Ogunbanjo, D Knapp van Bogaert S10-S13
Ethics in health care: “Physician, heal thyself” EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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D Knapp van Bogaert, GA Ogunbanjo S14-S16


South African Family Practice. ISSN: 1726-426x