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South East Coast Respiratory Programme

PCRS-UK is looking to recruit patients (and carers) with asthma, COPD or other respiratory conditions

 

Poll

Do you agree with the new BTS home oxygen guidance that the 1st sampling for LTOT assessment should be a true arterial stab?

1. Yes: the inconvenience for the patient is outweighed by the fact that this will reduce prescribing home oxygen to a group of people who don’t meet the LTOT guidelines
 
37% (3 votes)
2. No: The CBG technique is much more patient friendly and the results obtained by capillary sampling are close enough not to make a material difference in a real life setting.
 
63% (5 votes)
 

PCRS-UK is looking to recruit patients (and carers) with asthma, COPD or other respiratory conditions

to join a new lay patient and carer reference group that is being set up in recognition of the importance the society places on patient involvement.Please forward this info to the person responsible for the patient advisory group in your practice / area and / or directly to any patients who you think might be interested. Anyone who is interested in joining the group should send a short CV and brief statement of why they are interested to info@pcrs-uk.org by 31st July 2015.
to join a new lay patient and carer reference group that is being set up in recognition of the importance the society places on patient involvement.Please forward this info to the person responsible for the patient advisory group in your practice / area and / or directly to any patients who you think might be interested. Anyone who is interested in joining the group should send a short CV and brief statement of why they are interested to info@pcrs-uk.org by 31st July 2015. (less...)
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