Canterbury DHB

Context

Guidelines for Follow Up

The frequency of follow up will vary depending on the risk of progression as defined above. The most recent BCSH Guidelines (2014) suggest that 3 monthly review would be typical. At each follow up an assessment of ROTI (Related Organ Impairment) will be made using history, examination, and blood tests for CBC, creatinine and calcium. There are no specific guidelines but infrequent re-imaging with a skeletal survey could also be of use.

About this Canterbury DHB document (39811):

Document Owner:

Sean Macpherson (see Who's Who)

Issue Date:

September 2014

Next Review:

September 2016

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Topic Code: 39811