Ingrid L Laemmle-Ruff

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OBJECTIVE This article summarises current knowledge regarding the identification, management and prevention of anaphylaxis, highlighting risk minimisation strategies relevant to general practitioners. DISCUSSION The most common causes of anaphylaxis are medication, food and insect venom. Medications are the most common cause of anaphylaxis in older(More)
BACKGROUND We analysed human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination coverage from the 2007-2009 catch-up program for women aged 18-26 years by Division of General Practice (DGP), alongside a survey about under-notification. METHODS Coverage rates were calculated from the National HPV Vaccination Program Register. An online survey of immunisation coordinators in(More)
BACKGROUND Refugees are reported to experience high rates of dental disease, although there are limited data on refugee children. The aim of this study was to report on oral health in refugee-background children in Australia, and to assess their follow-up at dental services. METHODS Cross-sectional study of opportunistic oral health screening and(More)
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