What kind of conditions are NOT suitable for General Practitioner video consultations?

What kind of conditions are NOT suitable for General Practitioner video consultations?

In general, below are some typical conditions that are not considered appropriate for online consultations:
  1. Breathlessness
  2. Acute or severe chest pain
  3. Actively bleeding or deep wounds or lacerations
  4. Psychosis or delusions
  5. Suicidal thoughts
  6. Persistent vomiting
  7. Severe abdominal pain
  8. Inability to control bowel movements or urination
  9. Severe headache or giddiness
  10. Sudden onset numbness, weakness or slurred speech
  11. Fainting spells, presyncope, or syncope
  12. Injuries with suspected fractures or dislocations presenting as severe pain, open wounds, deformity, severe bruising or swelling, loss of sensation and limb weakness
  13. Sudden loss of vision
IMPORTANT: This list is not exhaustive. Doctor Anywhere's services only address non-serious healthcare issues and should not be used in the case of a healthcare emergency. In such cases, please go to the Accident & Emergency department of the nearest hospital or call 995 immediately

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