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Clinical audit enables clinicians to examine practice critically and constructively.

Audit is about examining how well-or badly common conditions and procedures are managed.

It is not appropriate for rare things. Here the experience is insufficient to design an agreed protocol/standard to allow for comparison of practice.

It is important to repeat the audit, after taking action on the findings of the first audit, to see if there has been an improvement.