The Clinical Takeaway: Q fever is not just a rural problem anymore


In this episode:


– Q fever has made it to the urban fringes and is no longer just a rural health issue.
– A structured and syndromic approach will allow GPs, especially urban GPs, to include Q fever on our list of differential diagnoses
– Step wise guidance on specific diagnosis, empirical management, when to refer and when to suspect chronic Q fever and also whom and how to get vaccinated




Host: Dr David Lim, GP and Medical Educator


Total time: 35 mins


Guest: Andrew Lloyd, Infectious Diseases Physician, Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney; Academic Researcher, Kirby Institute, University of NSW



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