expert consensus

expert consensus

An agreed-upon set of principles for the care of a particular disease or condition, established after a review of contemporary knowledge by specialists in the field.
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J-wave syndromes expert consensus conference report: Emerging concepts and gaps in knowledge.
5,6) Further reflecting the confusion and uncertainty surrounding this issue is that while one expert consensus report recommends that patients taking dual warfarin and antiplatelet agent/NSAID therapy take a PPI to decrease the risk of upper GI bleeding, (2) other guidelines regarding anticoagulant therapy do not address this clinical question.
Although it is difficult to pinpoint just how common cancer overdiagnosis isthere is growing expert consensus that the phenomenon is real and may require a re-evaluation of aggressive screening strategies," Dr.
The third instalment of the editorial series outlines why addiction treatment standards are lacking, despite scientific evidence and recommendations by expert consensus.
These precious data have provided solid evidence for the writing of expert consensus and guidelines about the management of pituitary disease.
General expert consensus worldwide suggests that people should eat at least five servings of vegetables, and two servings of fruit per day, as part of a healthy diet.
Although the investigators acknowledged that their expert consensus was the product of clinical opinion in the absence of extensive evidence, they cited as one of the study's strengths its broad expert representation across geographical regions, where rosacea presentations may differ.
The standards are informed by scientific literature and expert consensus to help organizations measure, assess and improve performance.
Most patients with dementia develop psychosis or agitation during their illness, and treatment, based on expert consensus, often has involved antipsychotics.
Therefore, it may be time to consider alternative methods based on expert consensus.
The Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials (CONSORT) Statement--and its extensions--are the preeminent guidelines for reporting RCTs; they are based on empirical evidence and expert consensus about biases related to validity (Schulz, Altman, Moher, for the CONSORT Group, 2010).
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