Centre for Clinical Practice


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Centre for Clinical Practice

A UK organisation approved by NHS, which develops practice guidelines for treating people with specific conditions.
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Fergus Macbeth, director of the centre for clinical practice at Nice, said: "High blood pressure can develop at any time during pregnancy.
Professor Mark Baker, Nice Centre for Clinical Practice director, said: "More than one in 10 women will experience depression at some point during their pregnancy.
Prof Mark Baker, director of the Centre for Clinical Practice at NICE, said: "Updated evidence suggests people who are obese and have been recently diagnosed with type 2 diabetes may benefit from weight loss surgery.
Professor Mark Baker, director of the centre for clinical practice at NICE, said: "It can be very distressing and, in some cases, frightening to experience a miscarriage or be told your pregnancy is ectopic.
Programme director at NICE's centre for clinical practice, Christine Carson (pictured), said: "Ensuring that the NHS is patient centered is crucial; therefore NICE is pleased to be publishing both a quality standard and guidance that will aid healthcare professionals in delivering the very best experience for patients.
Dr Fergus Macbeth, director of the centre for clinical practice at Nice, said: "We know there is a real clinical need for this guideline because NHS antenatal care for women expecting twins or triplets appears to vary considerably across England and Wales.
Prof Mark Baker, director of the Centre for Clinical Practice at Nice, said: "Urinary incontinence is a distressing condition affecting the lives of millions of women of all ages.
Dr Fergus Macbeth, director of the centre for clinical practice at Nice, said: "Our guideline highlights some effective initial investigations that GPs and other healthcare professionals can undertake if ovarian cancer is ever a possibility.
Dr Fergus Macbeth, director of the Centre for Clinical Practice at NICE, said: "We are very pleased to be publishing this next tranche of quality standards, and we are confident they will help local NHS healthcare professionals to provide the best care possible to their patients.
Prof Mark Baker, Director for the Centre for Clinical Practice at NICE, said: "We are unable to comment on this individual but when the NICE guidance on chronic fatigue syndrome was developed in 2007, there was not enough clinical evidence to suggest that prescribing supplements such as vitamin B12 should be recommended.

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