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The Medical Journal of Australia (MJA) is Australia's leading peer-reviewed general medical journal. RTs are not endorsements. Also tweeting for MJA InSight.
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Figure showing the risk factors for perioperative lung injury. What are the forms of perioperative lung injury and the strategies to prevent it? article explains
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Amanda Perram Sep 21
Now this - A refugee on swallowed razor blades 1 week ago and still hasn't had surgery - Dept of Home Affairs response? "Matters involving the health of refugees and non-refugees in Papua New Guinea is a matter for PNG government." Since when???
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ANZSVS Sep 21
Many vascular surgeons also perform . Growth in donation will require an expanded transplantation workforce.
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Kidney Stones Are More Beautiful Than You Might Think via
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MJA Sep 21
Darwin hospital left Aboriginal man to die alone and in agony from surgical injury ... scathing report from coroner ... via ⁦
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MJA Sep 21
One in 20 of all deaths due to alcohol, says WHO ... via ⁦
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MJA Sep 21
When Family Members Care for Aging Parents via
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MJA Sep 21
Sloan Kettering’s Cozy Deal With Start-Up Ignites a New Uproar via
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HuffPost Sep 21
"The worst part is that intellectually I know that I have worth beyond pounds and waist inches and stereotypes. But I still feel like I have to hide.”
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Longreads Sep 21
"Decades in, with each year deadlier than the one before, and no end in sight, what’s it going to take? The answer depends on who’s asking the questions."
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AMA General Practice Sep 20
Learn about new osteoarthritis guidelines and quality improvement in general practice in this week's
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MJA Sep 21
Kidney donation & transplantation in Australia: more than supply & demand equation ... perspective by Prof Jeremy Chapman for 1 week ... "We owe it to those individuals who altruistically donate their kidneys to ensure each donation counts"
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MJA Sep 21
Contemporary approaches to the prevention and management of paediatric obesity: an Australian focus .... narrative review for 1 week ... "a complex problem involving many levels of influence" ...
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MJA Sep 21
MJA Vol 209 Issue 6 is now online. Premium content includes glomerular filtration rates; virtual medicine; dialysis for end-stage kidney disease ... all available at
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MJA Sep 21
Research news in brief from : BPA replacements causing trouble; animal research questions; new tool to detect fatty liver ... and what's new online & at ...
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MJA Sep 20
Podcast with Prof Louise Baur from , talking about prevention & treatment of childhood obesity ... ...
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MJA Sep 20
Podcast with Prof Jeremy Chapman, OAM, director of renal medicine at (Westmead), talking kidney donation & transplantation in Australia ... ...
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MJA Sep 20
The role of inflammation in atherosclerosis ... Dr and A/Prof Sanjay Patel write in ... "even with optimal medical therapy ... the recurrence rate of adverse cardiovascular events in patients with ACS remains as high as 20%" ...
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MJA Sep 20
MJA Careers: "Accidental" GP helping the homeless ... Dr Andrew Davies runs Homeless Healthcare in Perth ... ...
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MJA Sep 20
Do rural incentives payments attract GPs to the bush? ... A/Prof , A/Prof Jongsay Yong & Prof write in ... "no evidence that the eligibility for incentive payments enticed existing GPs to relocate their practices" ...
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