Paul A Byrne

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Group B streptococcus is currently the most common cause of sepsis and meningitis in newborns. How should mothers whose breast milk cultures show growth of this microorganism be managed regarding breastfeeding? This case study discusses the possible transfer of group B streptococcus to a preterm infant from mother's milk. It also describes the process that(More)
The time is right for the Government adequately to fund the CME/CDP activities of career-grade hospital staff. (This should include part-time staff. A doctor who works half time must not be half trained). In view of the travel distance involved, the costs of courses, and the rising cost of hotel accommodation, I suggest that more realistic funding might be(More)