Identifying and treating patients with Lyme disease
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Identifying and treating patients with Lyme disease

Erin Dean Health journalist

How nurses can detect the tick-borne infectious disease and promote awareness among the public

As warm weather and the easing of lockdown restrictions entices more people out to enjoy the countryside and city parks, the risk of individuals being affected by Lyme disease increases.

Primary Health Care. 30, 4, 14-17. doi: 10.7748/phc.30.4.14.s9

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