Clinical Case Database / Category: Patient Management
Abigail Perini MBBCh, Salman Danish Jafri MRCP (UK), C L Ch'ng MB BCh BAO , FRCP,
Foundation Years Journal, volume 5, issue 8, p.52 (123Doc Education, London, September 2011)
This case-based discussion looks at an elderly patient with metformin intolerance presenting with nausea and vomiting shortly after eating. It will focus on the key points to look out for when taking a history and performing an examination, potential differential diagnoses and the management of the patient.
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Abigail Perini MBBCh
Foundation Year 2 doctor in Paediatrics at Withybush General Hospital
Salman Danish Jafri MRCP (UK)
ST6 Gastroenterology (Wales Deanery) at Singleton hospital
C L Ch'ng MB BCh BAO , FRCP,
Consultant Gastroenterologist at Singleton Hospital
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3. Elliott Joslin, C Ronald Kahn (2005) Chapter 41 'Oral antihyperglycemic agents for type 2 diabetes'. Joslin's diabetes mellitus. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
4. Tim Holt, Sudesh Kumar (2009) Chapter 5 'Cardiovascular disease'ABC of diabetes. John Wiley and Sons.
5. Peter McNally (2006) 'Achalasia' GI/liver Secrets, third edition. Elsevier Health Sciences, pp: 19-21.
6. BNF 60, (2010) BMJ Group and RPS Publishing.
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