When I was preparing for my visit with the haematologist I spent quite a while sorting out the important snippets of info in four different articles. In the past I'd found myself struggling to find the relevant bit.
As some of you may know, this was, in the end, pointless as the haematologist already knew everything about everything and couldn't be bothered listening to me. But I don't want it all to be wasted, so I thought I'd share it.
What I did was print out four articles: BCSH Guidelines, BMJ Clinical Review, NICE Treatment Guidelines, Shichting Tekort article on safety of high-dose B12. I then went through each source, annotating the important points.
I then went through, extracting the relevant paragraphs from each annotation and pasting them into a single document. I was then prepared to use this summary to quickly find the relevant part of each source.
I hope others may find this helpful - frankhollis.com/temp/Summar...
I've edited the document so that it contains hyperlinks to the original documents. Should make it a lot easier to use.
I'm so glad that a lot of people find this useful.