Discussion in 'SMB' started by safcforever, Oct 12, 2017.
Can't remember the last time I had antibiotics.
Each to their own, just don't preach at me.
The one time I had them was the weekend England played Hong Kong Select, beginning of last season at Roker.
My wife (no) has had three courses in the last week. They said she had a kidney infection on Monday, said she didn't and to bin them on Tuesday, then told her she did again and made her buy some more on Wednesday. She was already on Penicillin for a infected cut too.
You aren't paying for your tablets you are contributing to the NHS. That is what the £8.60 charge is.
We already contribute, call it an added extra.
Zimmer frames now - walking aids.
It is for those of us who pay, but I don't actually mind.
What did you have for you tea tonight? If it was meat then you had antibiotics for tea
Works pretty well then, fuck the veggies.
Good there's not alot you can do if you did.
I thought it was items per STAR-PU? That’s the measure I’ve always used for tracking antibiotic prescribing by surgery...
and plant eaters too
In short because you're clearly ill informed and may act irresponsibly.
Because you might come down with hyphenthermia.
Exactly. "just take as many as you like, they're just like smarties"
Secondary care is DDDs. It's a little bit more complicated than that but luckily there are ways of doing it automatically now. Not sure ePACT is as clever
Handy in case I've got an infection. Hopefully you survive on your rabbit food.
Just had a look on our processing and anything sent to microbiology is classed as a swab. Even the urine
My tea didn’t
Ah right, you learn something new every day.
A swab of piss.
'Post-antibiotic apocalypse' could make everyday procedures 'risky'
My post was weird timing
You're the one behind "Super Gonorrhoea" aren't you
people like you are going to end modern medicine
They haven't named whatever it is it yet.
Separate names with a comma.