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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The expert consensus paper was developed by a committee of interventional cardiologists and electrophysiologists to help physicians and hospitals offer consistent and appropriate care to AF patients treated with LAAC to reduce their stroke risk.
The purpose of the study was to begin to develop an expert consensus as to essential ethics content, preferred qualifications of teachers of this content, and the most effective teaching strategies for best practice in ethics education for APNs prepared at the DNP level.
KARACHI -- Weak vaccination programmes and rampant malnutrition are two key causes for the high rates of childhood pneumonia in Pakistan, was the expert consensus that emerged during a seminar held on World Pneumonia Day Saving Children Together at Aga Khan University Hospital Wednesday.
UpToDate has always offered a fantastic repository of evidence-based clinical research and expert consensus of care, but with UpToDate Anywhere, it has advanced its product even more," said Robert Murphy, M.
As laboratorians, we wish to comment on the recently published "ACCF 2012 Expert Consensus Document on Practical Clinical Considerations in the Implementation of Troponin Elevations" (1).
Gisec is geared to be a reservoir of the most reliable expert consensus and international best practice.
There is a wide and strong expert consensus on the pressing need to act now to begin debris removal activities," said Heiner Klinkrad, Head of ESA's Space Debris Office.
The European Society of Cardiology (ESC) and the European Association of Percutaneous Cardiovascular Interventions (EAPCI) decided it was time for a European view and have developed an expert consensus document on catheter-based renal denervation.
Brankov claimed that the creation of a National Program for development "Bulgaria 2020" required nationwide consensus among political parties, including ones which were yet to enter Parliament, expert consensus, and consensus among the interested parties, syndicates, employers, etc.
This guideline summarises a wealth of evidence and provides expert consensus statements on areas where the evidence is lacking.
Articles include a definition of fiber developed through expert consensus and its many health benefits, including prebiotic effects and roles in weight management, glycemic control, cardiovascular health, and intestinal regularity.
The study said: 'The committee found a lack of expert consensus over the health benefits of alcohol'.
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