Helpful information to joint and soft tissue corticosteroid injection.
Helpful information to joint and soft tissue corticosteroid injection. Part 2: sites apart from the knee The performing of joint and soft tissue injections can be very rewarding for patients and interested doctors. This article, the next in a two-part step-by-step guide for GPs thinking about performing joint and gentle tissue aspiration and corticosteroid shots, covers commonly performed injections at sites other than the knee. The first article, published in the June 2005 issue of Medicine Today, discussed important general considerations, with the knee used for example because it is the site mostly aspirated and the most studied for injection.According to WHO, providing the quantity of staffing needed would price about $7.2 billion to $14 billion over another five years . Kevin De Cock, director of the WHO’s HIV/AIDS Division, said it is not clear who would supply the funding to improve staffing, but he added that the company shall petition the Global Fund To Fight Helps, Tuberculosis and Malaria and the President’s Emergency Arrange for AIDS Relief . ‘The shortage of health workers is devastating public health systems, particularly in the developing world, and it is one of the most significant challenges we encounter in preventing and treating HIV,’ Anarfi Asamoa-Baah, WHO’s assistant director-general, said . Kaisernetwork.org is serving as the state webcaster of the meeting. View the guide to coverage and all webcasts, interviews and a daily video round up of meeting highlights at This article can be republished with kind permission from our friends at the The Kaiser Family Foundation.