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Clinical Practice Guidelines

Clinical guidelines are necessary for the treatment, management, and prevention of medical conditions. Clinical practice guidelines cover common areas of health care and provide physicians with scientific based research developed by leaders in that field. Guidelines can be useful by patients to help them understand the level of care they should be receiving. The following are clinical practice guidelines for common medical conditions and some less common.

Infectious Diseases

Cancer Neoplasms

Endocrine, metabolic, nutritional, allergic – Diabetes

Blood and Blood-forming Organs

Mental disorders

Nervous system and Eye

Cardiovascular system

Respiratory system and ENT

Gastrointestinal System

Genitourinary system

Pregnancy

Skin

Musculoskeletal system

Infancy – Pediatrics

Signs, Symptoms

Accident, Poisonings, Violence, Bioterrorism

Prevention

Procedures - Radiation, Lab