MDOs are reminding practitioners of their reporting duties, and to ensure patients make informed decisions on seasonal flu vaccinations, following a number of serious adverse reactions.
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THE executive officer of the AFL’s Medical Officers Association has defended players’ use of sleeping tablets, following the hospitalisation of Richmond player Ben Cousins. Mr Cousins was taking to hospital yesterday morning after an adverse reaction to a sleeping tablet. He spent last night in intensive care at Melbourne’s Epworth hospital, and was reportedly discharged today. Association executive officer, Victorian GP Dr Hugh Seward, said while he did not know the full circumstances of Mr Cousins' situation, it was not unusual for players to cite sleeping difficulties, particularly after taking part in night matches. “It's the ...