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🚨 GUIDELINE ALERT! ⚠️ 2019 CHANGES FOR PARKINSON DISEASE

Slow, Shaky, Stiff: What are the next steps for Family Physicians? The 2019 Canadian Parkinson Disease (PD) Guidelines were just released this week, with some must-know changes! POP QUIZ - TRUE / FALSE: The 2019 guidelines now recommend brain imaging for all patients suspected of having idiopathic PD. Answer is below! You should know HOW TO MANAGE PD as a Family Physician by doing the following: 1. Determine: Is it PD? 2. Determine: Is it something else? 3. Refer to a specialist to identify TYPE and TREATMENT 4. Refer to allied care* 5. Address additional considerations / nonmotor features** Bonus (see below): - Know the PILLS (and PATCH and PEN) - Know the THINGS TO AVOID To help you do the
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