Thank you for participating in the session.
In RRR we discussed:

  • Febrile Neutropenia. Chemotherapy is the most common cause. Read management.
  • STI in young person. Consider safeguarding as an important issue. Gillick / Frazer competence.

The above scenarios can present in various guises hence read and be prepared to consider more than ‘face value’ information.
Video scenario was of a young person – 14 years presenting with ‘seizure’ like activity.

Learning points:

  • Being systematic is mandatory
  • Non Epileptic Attack Disorder – read up.
  • How to differentiate True seizure activity – remember what you have observed.
  • Be confident of your observation skills and MENTION your ‘gut feeling’.
  • Do not fit observed clinical signs into ‘pre thought’ diagnosis.

Visit to add your comments or points I may ahve missed.
Anil Garg