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101. Gastric Cancer

: global pattern of the disease and an overview of environmental risk factors. Best Pract Res Clin Gastroenterol 2006; 20: 633–649. 4. World Cancer Research Fund International/American Institute for Cancer Research. Continuous update project report: diet, nutrition, physical activity and stomach cancer. 2016. (8 August 2016, date last accessed). 5. Zanghieri G, Di Gregorio C, Sacchetti C et al. Familial occurrence of gastric cancer in the 2-year experience of a population

2017 European Society for Medical Oncology

102. Oesophageal Cancer

peritonealmetastasesmaypreventpatientsfromfutilesurgery. The stage is to be given according to the American Joint Committee on Cancer (AJCC)/Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) TNM staging system (7th edition) (Table 1) [8]. Anatomic staging should be complemented by medical risk assessment, especially in patients who are scheduled for multi- modal therapy and/or surgery. Medical risk assessment should comprise a differential blood count as well as liver, pulmonary, cardiacandrenalfunctiontests. The nutritional status and history (...) of weight loss should be assessed according to The European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism (ESPEN) guidelines [III, A] [9]. More than half of patientslose >5% of their body weight before admis- sion to oesophagectomy, and 40% lose >10%. Independent from the body mass index, weight loss confers an increased operative risk,worsensa patient’squalityoflifeand isassociated withpoor survival in advanced disease. Therefore, nutritional support according to the ESPEN guidelines [10

2017 European Society for Medical Oncology

103. Guideline on the evaluation and medical management of the kidney stone patient - 2016 update

issues. Data from the U.S. National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) published in 2012 noted a kidney stone prevalence of 10.6% in men and 7.1% among women. 1 Comparing these results to a similar survey con- ducted between 1976 and 1994, the overall prevalence of stone disease in the U.S. population has increased from 5.2 to 8.2%. 2 An increase in stone formation, particularly among women, has also been observed such that the male:female ratio appears to be decreasing. 3,4 Recent (...) :1535-8. 13. Antonelli JA, Maalouf NM, Pearle MS, et al. Use of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey to calculate the impact of obesity and diabetes on cost and prevalence of urolithiasis in 2030. Eur Urol 2014;66:724-9. 14. Skolarikos A, Straub M, Knoll T, et al. Metabolic evaluation and recurrence prevention for urinary stone patients: EAU guidelines. Eur Urol 2015;67:750-63.

2017 CPG Infobase

104. Investigation of Neonatal Conjugated Hyperbilirubinaemia

: switchboard 0121 333 9999 Registrar: via switchboard 0121 333 9999 and request registrar phone or bleep 55200 Nursing team: Liver Direct 0121 333 8989 or email Ward: Liver Unit Ward 8: 0121 333 9066 Office Fax: 0121 333 8251 LONDON Paediatric Liver, Gastroenterology and Nutrition Centre, King’s College Hospital, London Phone 020 3299 9000 Fax 0202 3299 4228 Bleep 426 weekdays 9am-5pm Phone 07866792368 (5pm-9am) LEEDS Children’s Liver Unit, Leeds Children’s Hospital. Consultant (...) and should accompany any referral document. First Stage Investigations These should be performed on infants with prolonged conjugated jaundice who are clinically stable. History Birth weight, type of milk feed, maternal illness, family illness, exposure to infection, previous affected children, obstetric history, early neonatal history (prematurity, parenteral nutrition, sepsis, congenital heart disease). Clinical examination Particular attention should be made to document dysmorphic features, skin rash

2017 British Society of Paediatric Gastroenterology Hepatology and Nutrition

105. Screening and Management of Late and Long-term Consequences of Myeloma and its Treatment

, late effects, quality of life, haematopoietic stem cell transplantation, chemotherapy. Methodology These guidelines were developed using the following stages: • Review of key literature from 1 April 2006 to 31 March 2016 using the Cochrane database (search term: myeloma) and Medline: search terms used were [myeloma] + late effects, long term effects, frailty, geriatric assessment, infec- tion, infection prophylaxis, vaccination, nutrition, exercise, rehabilitation, employment, endocrine, disability (...) et al, 2013). ‘Sarcopenic obesity’, re?ect- ing loss of muscle mass with an increase in fat, has been reported in a high proportion of intensively treated myeloma patients (Green?eld et al, 2014), which contrasts with the picture in other advanced cancers characterised by cachexia. Guideline ª 2017 John Wiley & Sons Ltd, British Journal of Haematology 5Proposed causes include endocrine, metabolic and nutritional factors and reduced physical activity (Morley et al, 2001; Newman et al, 2003

2017 British Committee for Standards in Haematology

107. Guidelines for Prevention in Psychology

April 2014 ? American PsychologistThe Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (2010) includes preventive services as an important com- ponent of overall health care. The legislation strives to make wellness and preventive services affordable and ac- cessible by requiring health plans to cover preventive ser- vices without copayments. These services include counsel- ing to improve habits of lifestyle (e.g., proper nutrition, weight management), counseling to reduce depression, and preventive (...) , civic engagement, and proper nutrition, might be selected as foci of interventions based upon their malleability and their relevance to daily life (Eccles & Appleton, 2002; Nation et al., 2003; Stone et al., 2003). For instance, a focus on expanding the resilience that historically marginalized groups have demonstrated despite obstacles might also serve to enhance strengths in other arenas of life (Singh, Hays, & Watson, 2011; Singh & McKleroy, 2011). An emphasis on simultaneously reducing risks

2014 American Psychological Association

108. Daily iron supplementation in postpartum women

ThE STRENGTh Of ThE REcOMMENdATION fOR IRON SUPPLEMENTATION IN POSTPARTUM wOMEN 18 ANNEx 3. QUESTIONS IN POPULATION, INTER vENTION, cONTROL, OUTcOMES (PIcO) fORMAT 19 ANNEx 4. whO STEERING cOMMITTEE fOR NUTRITION GUIdELINES dEvELOPMENT 21 ANNEx 5. whO GUIdELINE dEvELOPMENT GROUP 22 ANNEx 6. ExTERNAL RESOURcE ExPERTS 23 ANNEx 7. whO SEcRETARIAT 24 ANNEx 8. PEER-REvIEwERS 26WHO Guideline: Iron supplementation in postpartum women. v AckNOwLEdGEMENTS This guideline was coordinated by the World Health (...) Organization (WHO) Evidence and Programme Guidance Unit, Department of Nutrition for Health and Development. Dr Lisa Rogers and Dr Juan Pablo Peña-Rosas oversaw the preparation of this document. WHO acknowledges the technical contributions of the following individuals (in alphabetical order): Ms Hala Boukerdenna, Dr Christian Breymann, Dr Luz Maria De-Regil, Ms Rae Galloway, Dr Pura Rayco-Solon, Dr Hanne Wielandt and Mr Gerardo Zamora. We would like to express our gratitude to the WHO Guidelines Review

2016 World Health Organisation Guidelines

109. 2016 Canadian Cardiovascular Society guidelines for the management of dyslipidemia for the prevention of cardiovascular disease in the adult

to determine risk category Alternate approach is use of CLEM to calculate cardiovascular age Shared decision-making Retention of treatment targets for those receiving therapy Broader treatment recommendations for those in the intermediate risk category New expanded de?nition of CKD as high risk phenotype Statins remain drugs of choice New recommendation for nonstatin drugs NutritionalguidelinesthatfocusondietarypatternsdMediterranean,DASH, or Portfolio diet Detailed review of the effect of nutritional (...) , 27 exchange of cholesterol on LDL by triglycerides, or because of calculation using the Friedwald formula. Total cholesterol, high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C), non-HDL-C, and apolipoprotein (apo)B100 do not vary appreciablyaftereating.RecentdatafromtheNationalHealth and Nutrition Survey (NHANES) showed that the ability to predict CVD events was identical for nonfasting and fasting LDL-C determination. 31 Nonfasting lipid testing increases convenience for patients and laboratory

2016 CPG Infobase

110. BSR and BHPR guideline for the treatment of systemic sclerosis

-oesophageal reflux and dysphagia and may require long-term administration (III, C). (ii) Prokinetic dopamine antagonists may be used for dysphagia and reflux (III, C). (iii) Parenteral nutrition should be considered for pa- tients with severe weight loss refractory to enteral supplementation (III, C). (iv) Intermittent broad-spectrum oral antibiotics (e.g. ciprofloxacin) are recommended for intestinal over- growth, and rotational regimes may be helpful (III, C). (v) Anti-diarrhoeal agents (e.g. loperamide

2016 British Society for Rheumatology

111. An update to the Greig Health Record: Executive summary

evidence. Checklist templates include sections for Weight, Height and BMI, Psychosocial history and Development, Nutrition, Education and Advice, Specific Concerns, Examination, Assessment, Immunization, and Medications. Included with the checklist tables are five pages of selected guidelines and resources. This update includes information from recent guidelines and research in preventive care for children and adolescents 6 to 17 years of age. Regular updates are planned. The complete Greig Health

2016 Canadian Paediatric Society

112. Meeting the needs of adolescent parents and their children

, appropriate screening tools and open questions that address both preventative and acute health issues. The dyad’s co-existing needs may be anticipated as they relate to growth and development, infant and adolescent mental health, nutrition and food security, safety, relationships, parenting, education, sexual health and the facilitation of supports and resources. Care providers who understand adolescent development and integrate medical home elements of a patient-centred ‘medical home

2016 Canadian Paediatric Society

113. Hepatobiliary Scintigraphy

radiotracer injection. This allows timely visualisation of the gallbladder. In infants clear liquids are allowed if medically necessary. However, fasting for longer than 24 h (including those on total parenteral nutrition), can cause the gallbladder not to fill with radiotracer within the normally expected time frame. In these cases the patient may be pre-treated with sincalide, as described below. Disregard of the above guidelines may result in a false-positive nonvisualization of the gallbladder. 8

2015 British Nuclear Medicine Society

114. Integrating collaborative TB and HIV services within a comprehensive package of care for people who inject drugs

17 B3 Ensure access to OST and other drug dependence treatment 30 B4 Prevent, screen and treat viral hepatitis B and C among PWID 32 B5 Manage and treat alcohol dependence 35 B6 Address mental health and psychosocial support needs 36 B7 Ensure access to nutritional care 36 C. Ensure a standard of health care in prisons equivalent to that found outside prisons through harmonization of interventions and linkage to services in the community 37 References 39iv Integrating collaborative TB and HIV (...) and burden Common interrelated risk factors and social and structural determinants of TB include HIV , poverty, homelessness, poor nutrition, drug use, smoking and excessive use of alcohol. The prevalence of latent infection with Mycobacterium tuberculosis and of active TB disease is higher in PWID than in the general population, irrespective of HIV infection (29-31). Studies measuring latent TB infection (LTBI) using the tuberculin skin test (TST) report 2 Integrating collaborative TB and HIV services

2016 World Health Organisation HIV Guidelines

115. Diabetes Care

per week of aerobic exercise and two sessions per week of resistance training, if not contraindicated), nutrition therapy, healthy diet, maintenance of a healthy body weight, and smoking cessation. For more information, see – Lifestyle & Self-Management Supplement . Bariatric Surgery Bariatric surgery is an emerging intervention for patients with diabetes type 2 in association with marked obesity (body mass index ≥ 35.0 kg/m 2 ). Some procedures are covered by the Medical Services Plan. For more

2015 Clinical Practice Guidelines and Protocols in British Columbia

116. Stoma care guidelines for Clinical nurse specialists

is central to making this transition a successful one. Stoma care patients face a number of issues, many of which are still considered taboo and which can lead to embarrassment and distress. They rely on stoma nurse specialists to resolve these issues effectively, provide support and guidance on a broad range of practical issues such as stoma management and personal nutrition, and contribute to improved social and personal confidence levels. Many stoma patients are independent people who have experienced

2016 Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland

117. Roles descriptives for inflammatory bowel disease nurse specialists

specialist 7 Personal attributes 7 Personal beliefs 7 3. Core descriptors 8 Preparation for practice and continuing professional development 8 Specialist knowledge 8 Service development 9 Management and leadership 9 Evidence-based practice 10 Education 10 4. Specialist descriptors Introduction 11 Medications Immunosuppression therapy 11 Biological therapy 11 Nutrition 12 Disease management Management of patients with a new diagnosis of IBD 12 Management of patients requiring long term follow-up 13 (...) service administration and monitoring of anti-TNF therapy ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? providing nutritional support providing education and counselling developing and defining IBD services liaising with the multidisciplinary team involved in the care of patients with IBD undertaking endoscopy co-ordinating colorectal cancer surveillance for IBD patients. Some specialist nurses working in IBD may have more than one area of responsibility. Therefore, the nurse may not adopt all of the services listed

2016 Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland

118. The Canadian Cardiovascular Society heart failure companion: bridging guidelines to your practice

Abstinence ETOH Nutritional de?ciency might coexist and require therapy Might need control of obesity and obstructive sleep apnea Chemotherapy-related CM Normal EF NYHA FC I No further drug exposure Certain types of chemotherapy (trastuzamabdhigh rate of LVEF improvement when itisstopped)aremorelikelytoreversethanothers(anthracyclinesforwhichtherapy should be continued) Long-term surveillance strongly recommended Peripartum CM Normal EF NYHA FC I Repeat pregnancy might be possible for some. 40-42 (...) be addressed directly or with prompt specialist referral 47,51 : Screening for cognitive impairment (such as with the Montreal Cognitive Assessment; minor training might be required). 52,53 Screening for major depression, using well-known screening tools. 54-56 Screening for frailty, such as with the Canadian Study on Health and Aging Frailty Scale or 5-second walk distance at discharge. 46 Poor nutrition and/or poor adherence to medical devices. Management of complex HF patients should occur

2016 CPG Infobase

119. Clinical practice guidelines and principles of care for people with dementia

should have their weight monitored and nutritional status assessed regularly. In cases of undernutrition, consultation with a dietitian and/or assessment by a speech pathologist may be indicated. 65 PP Dental and oral health personnel are an integral part of the health care team for people with dementia. Upon diagnosis, the medical practitioner should recommend the person with dementia (or their carer(s) or family) makes an appointment to see a dentist. The dentist should conduct an assessment

2016 Clinical Practice Guidelines Portal

120. Motor neurone disease: assessment and management

is it for? 4 Recommendations 5 1.1 Recognition and referral 5 1.2 Information and support at diagnosis 6 1.3 Cognitive assessments 9 1.4 Prognostic factors 9 1.5 Organisation of care 9 1.6 Psychological and social care support 13 1.7 Planning for end of life 15 1.8 Managing symptoms 16 1.9 Equipment and adaptations to aid activities of daily living and mobility 18 1.10 Nutrition and gastrostomy 19 1.11 Communication 21 1.12 Respiratory function and respiratory symptoms 22 1.13 Cough effectiveness 23 1.14 (...) Non-invasive ventilation 23 Context 34 Recommendations for research 36 1 Organisation of care 36 2 Cognitive assessment 36 3 Prognostic tools 36 4 Saliva 37 5 Nutrition 37 6 Augmentative and alternative communication 38 Update information 39 Amended recommendation wording (change to meaning) 39 Motor neurone disease: assessment and management (NG42) © NICE 2019. All rights reserved. Subject to Notice of rights ( conditions#notice-of-rights). Page 3 of 48This

2016 National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence - Clinical Guidelines


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