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The July–August issue of BJHM includes editorials looking at the changes needed to medical regulation in light of the case of Dr Manjula Arora, and a framework for increased collaboration between emergency medicine and critical care. Our reviews outline advances in the management of exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, the multisystem effects of COVID-19, ultrasound for the assessment of thyroid nodules and an overview of carotid artery disease. We also have a roundtable discussion on optimising care for UK patients with acute myeloid leukaemia. The quality improvement article looks at a project that used a multi-faceted approach to improve inpatient diabetes care in a tertiary hospital. Case reports include tiopronin-induced membranous nephropathy in a patient with refractory familial cystinuria, and amaurosis fugax and crescendo transient ischaemic attacks, with many more available online. The perioperative medicine in a nutshell article discusses perioperative anaemia and iron deficiency and the anaesthetic and critical care dilemma discusses whether videolaryngoscopy should be used first line for all intubations in the post-COVID-19 era? The British Journal of Hospital Medicine has moved to continuous online publishing, with new articles available weekly online. Sign up to our Table of Contents email at https://www.magonlinelibrary.com/action/showPreferences?menuTab=Alerts
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