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Other Diabetes and endocrinology modules
Six o'clock blood result - hyper- and hypothyroidism (1 CPD hour)
Six o’clock blood result - hypocalcaemia (1 CPD hour)
Six o'clock blood result - elevated amylase (1 CPD hour)
Dr Jessica Garner, clinical fellow in obstetrics and gynaecology and Miss Maryam Parisaei, consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist, on investigating rash in pregnant women, managing chicken pox in pregnancy and travel advice for zika virus.
Dr John Dean, consultant cardiologist, on identifying patients with AF, personalised care and manging patients who are persistently unwell despite treatment
Consultant ophthalmic surgeon Mr Ramu Muniraju with cases on posterior vitreous detachment, diabetic retinopathy and when to refer urgently to secondary care
This interactive module updates you on diagnosis and treatment of both overt and subclinical hypothyroidism, as well as how to manage the condition in pregnancy
To improve your understanding of:
- Clinical features of hypothyroidism
- Treatment pathways for overt and subclinical hypothyroidism
- Initial management of hypothyroidism in pregnancy
In this interactive module, you will learn as you work through real-life primary care patient scenarios. You will be assessed before starting the module and again at the end, to gauge how your knowledge has improved.
You don’t have to complete the whole module in one sitting. You can break off at any point mid-module and pick up again where you left off by pressing the Resume Module button alongside the module title in your Pulse-Learning CPD log.
Dr Bijay Vaidya is a consultant endocrinologist at Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital, Exeter.
This module has been developed by Pulse Learning’s team of medical writers and editors, and peer reviewed by our GP advisers. It was first published in June 2013, but was revised and updated in February 2015 by Dr Bijay Vaidya to incorporate new guidance, research and changes to therapy, including new guidelines from the American Thyroid Association.