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medical guideline

A best practices protocol for managing a particular condition, which includes a treatment plan founded on evidence-based strategies and consensus statements by peers in the field.
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To make each clinical protocol or clinical practice guideline easily accessible a web page was developed using Frontpage[c], which has explanatory pictures and links to the procedures (see Figure 2).
When a clinical practice guideline or a clinical protocol has been developed fully it requires approval by the Head of the ICU after which it is installed on all computers in the unit.
In our ICU clinical practice guidelines are written for nursing procedures that are difficult to carry out or that are infrequently used and clinical protocols are written for biomedical devices that are difficult to assemble, new equipment that is to be introduced in the department and biomedical devices that are infrequently used.
A combination of graphic and text-based material is very useful for demonstrating clinical practice guidelines as well as clinical protocols for assembling biomedical devices.
Irfan from WHO ,FATA endorsed and approved the polices for use of MisoProstol and clinical protocols for community based management of PPH(Excessive bleeding after delivery).
In recognition of CQI's resolute customer emphasis, the patient, as the ultimate customer, should be involved in the development and implementation of clinical protocols.
This, however, will occur only if the state medical societies are able to bite the bullet and discipline physicians who practice medicine that violates even the most lenient of clinical protocols.
Compendium of Clinical Protocols, Criteria, and Efficacy Research.
Daifuku has authored multiple clinical protocols for TOCOSOL Paclitaxel and served as medical director for those studies.
This will enable us to use the same instrument platforms during the development of validated Russian clinical protocols as in their later routine in vitro diagnostics application.
PMC combines unique micronutrient formulations with specific clinical protocols for prevention and adjuvant management of a variety of medical conditions.
The FDA's Orphan drug designation also provides significant additional benefits to the sponsoring company, including eligibility for research grants and protocol assistance, opportunities for regulatory agency assistance on review of clinical protocols, and waiver of the Prescription Drug User Fee Act (PDUFA) filing fee.

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