Clinical management in primary care

January 2007
Thorax;Jan2007 Supplement 1, Vol. 62, pi14
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the general clinical management in primary care. Patients who have serious disease or health complications are advised to seek face-to-face consultations with a primary care clinician. General management and investigations in children, and symptomatic treatment in adults, criteria for hospital referral, and the antiviral use and antibiotic use in primary care are discussed.


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