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3081. Asthma education and patient monitoring

Intern Med 1990 ; 140 : 1664 -8. 9. Taitel MS, Kotses H, Bernstein L, Bernstein DI, Creer TL. A self-management program for adult asthma. Part II: Cost-benefits analysis. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1995 ; 95 : 662 -76. 10. Lieu TA, Quesenberry CP Jr, Capra AM, Sorel ME, Martin KE, Mendoza GR. Outpatient management practices associated with reduced risk of pediatric asthma hospitalization and emergency department visits. Pediatrics 1997 ; 100 : 334 -41. 11. Clark M, Feldman CH, Evans D, Levison MJ (...) A, Kaplan M. A randomized trial for ACT (asthma care training) for kids. Pediatrics 1984 ; 174 : 478 -86. 21. Allen RM, Jones MP, Oldenburg B. Randomised trial of an asthma self-management programme for adults. Thorax 1995 ; 50 : 731 -8. 22. Garret J, Fenwick JM, Taylor G, Mitchell E, Stewart J, Rea H. Prospective controlled evaluation of the effect of a community based asthma education centre in a multiracial working class neighbourhood. Thorax 1994 ; 49 : 976 -83. 23. Grampian Asthma Study Group

1999 CPG Infobase

3082. Interventions to Prevent HIV Risk Behaviors

The Continuing Medical Education activity included with this statement was planned and produced in accordance with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education Essentials. Publications Ordering Information NIH Consensus Statements, NIH Technology Assessment Statements and related materials are available by writing to the NIH Consensus Program Information Center, P.O. Box 2577, Kensington, MD 20891; by calling toll free 1-888-NIH-CON­ SENSUS (888-644-2667); or by visiting the NIH Consensus (...) . In addition, if a particular intervention is not effective for some participants, this information could guide development of the next generation of interventions. Changing Trends in Specific Behaviors and Community Contexts That Produce Elevated Risk for HIV Infection A number of established and several new and emerging behaviors and community contexts increase risk for HIV infection. In general, youth in school are showing an increase in condom use at last contact, but a trend for decreased condom use

1997 NIH Consensus Statements

3083. Effective Medical Treatment of Opiate Addiction

Associated With Methadone Treatment of HIV-Infected Pregnant Women” Professor of Medicine Director of Research in Health Care Thomas Jefferson University The Center for Research in Medical Education and Health Care Philadelphia, Pennsylvania George E. Woody, M.D. “Establishing a Diagnosis of Heroin Abuse and Addiction” Chief, Substance Abuse Treatment Unit Veterans Affairs Medical Center Clinical Professor Department of Psychiatry University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Joan E. Zweben, Ph.D (...) Education This Continuing Medical Education activity was planned and produced in accordance with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education Essentials. Publications Ordering Information NIH Consensus Statements, NIH Technology Assessment Statements, and related materials are available by writing to the NIH Consensus Program Information Center, P.O. Box 2577, Kensington, MD 20891; by calling toll-free 1-888-NIH-CONSENSUS (888-644-2667); or by visiting the NIH Consensus Development Program

1997 NIH Consensus Statements

3084. Acupuncture

with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education Essentials. Publications Ordering Information NIH Consensus Statements, NIH Technology Assessment Statements, and related materials are available by writing to the NIH Consensus Program Information Center, P.O. Box 2577, Kensington, MD 20891; by calling toll free 1-888-NIH-CONSENSUS (888-644-2667); or by visiting the NIH Consensus Development Program home page on the World Wide Web at http://consensus.nih.gov. NIH Consensus Statement Volume 15, Number 5 (...) in American medicine was rare until the visit of President Nixon to China in 1972. Since that time, there has been an explosion of interest in the United States and Europe in the application of the technique of acupuncture to Western medicine. Acupuncture describes a family of procedures involving stimulation of anatomical locations on the skin by a variety of techniques. There are a variety of approaches to diag­ nosis and treatment in American acupuncture that incor­ porate medical traditions from China

1997 NIH Consensus Statements

3085. Rehabilitation of Persons With Traumatic Brain Injury

. Continuing Medical Education This Continuing Medical Education activity was planned and pro­ duced in accordance with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education Essentials. Publications Ordering Information NIH Consensus Statements, NIH Technology Assessment Statements, and related materials are available by writing to the NIH Consensus Program Information Center, P.O. Box 2577, Kensington, MD 20891; by calling toll-free 1-888-NIH-CONSENSUS (888-644-2667); or by visiting the NIH Consensus (...) phase approaches include ICU/acute trauma and neuro­ surgical care, acute inpatient hospital rehabilitation, and subacute in-hospital care, such as coma management. Postacute approaches to TBI rehabilitation include home- based rehabilitation, outpatient rehabilitation programs, community re-entry programs, comprehensive day treatment programs, residential community reintegration programs, and neurobehavioral programs. Beyond the traditional medical approach, TBI rehabilitation also includes

1998 NIH Consensus Statements

3086. Osteoporosis Prevention, Diagnosis, and Therapy

Prevention, Diagnosis, and Therapy. NIH Consensus Statement 2000 March 27-29; 17(1): 1–45. Publications Ordering Information NIH Consensus Statements, NIH Technology Assessment Statements, and related materials are available by writing to the NIH Consensus Program Information Center, P.O. Box 2577, Kensington, MD 20891; by calling toll-free 1-888-NIH-CONSENSUS (888-644-2667); or by visiting the NIH Consensus Development Program home page at http://consensus.nih.gov on the World Wide Web. Title Page (...) adverse effects on physical health (impact of skeletal de­ formity) and financial resources. An osteoporotic fracture is associated with increased difficulty in activities of daily life, as only one-third of fracture patients regain pre-fracture level of function and one-third require nursing home place­ ment. Fear, anxiety, and depression are frequently reported in women with established osteoporosis and such conse­ quences are likely under-addressed when considering the overall impact

2000 NIH Consensus Statements

3087. Guidelines for the Management of Colorectal Cancer

MR Thompson Mr WJ Cunliffe Dr I Geh Dr M Hill Dr A Hartley Mr A Radcliffe Dr E Levine Dr A Higginson Prof GT Williams Prof P Quirke Prof M G Dunlop Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland Prof MG Dunlop Mr I MacLennan Prof D Morton Prof JMA Northover Prof NS Williams Royal College of Physicians Prof R Logan Prof J Rhodes Royal College of General Practitioners Dr P Sutton Royal College of Radiologists Dr S Taylor Professor T Maughan (Oncology) Royal College of Surgeons (...) -disciplinary team 26 iii) Surgical specialisation 27 Process 28 i) Preparation for surgery 28 a) Informed consent 29 b) Preparation for stoma formation 30 c) Cross-matching 30 d) Bowel preparation 30 e) Thrombo-embolism prophylaxis 31 f) Antibiotic prophylaxis 31 g) Enhanced recovery 32 ii) Rates of curative resection 32 iii) Definition of Rectal Tumour 32 iv) Surgical technique 33 a) Resection 33 b) Anastomosis 34 v) Rates of permanent stoma formation 35 vi) Local excision 35 vii) Laparoscopic surgery 36

2007 Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland

3088. Position Statements: Management of Anal Fissure & Management of Acute Severe Colitis

Position Statements: Management of Anal Fissure & Management of Acute Severe Colitis Colorectal Disease Position Statements: Management of Anal Fissure Management of Acute Severe ColitisContents Position Statements 1 The Management of Anal Fissure: ACPGBI Position Statement K. L. R. Cross, E. J. D. Massey, A. L. Fowler, J. R. T. Monson 8 The Management of Acute Severe Colitis: ACPGBI Position Statement S. R. Brown, N. Haboubi, J. Hampton, B. George, S. P. L. TravisPosition statement (...) TheManagementofAnalFissure:ACPGBIPositionStatement K. L. R. Cross North Devon General Hospital, Barnstaple, UK E. J. D. Massey Gloucester Royal Hospital, Gloucester, UK A. L. Fowler Gloucester Royal Hospital, Gloucester, UK J. R. T. Monson Division of Colorectal Surgery, University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, New York, USA Introduction Anal?ssureisalinearulcerinthesquamousepitheliumof the anal canal located just distal to the dentate line. It is usually located in the posterior midline but occurs anteriorly in a ?fth or more

2008 Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland

3089. Resources for Coloproctology

Association of Coloproctology website, www.acpgbi.org.uk). In some instances data was updated from the analysis undertaken for the 2001 reports whereas in others the data remained valid. 1 Association of Coloproctology (ACP) Audit 2000 of surgeons’ programmes including outpatients operations 2 Radiology – a national survey of the services required 3 Endoanal ultrasound (EAUS) and anorectal physiology (ARP) – survey of established units (revised 2005) 4 Endoscopy – British Society of Gastroenterology (BSG (...) visit to Outpatients. Flexible sigmoidoscopy has been shown to be effective for the diagnosis of significant serious diseases such as cancer, colitis and diverticular disease, but rigid sigmoidoscopy with or without a barium enema is still the most common mode of investigation in Outpatients in the UK. The recent introduction of the Government’s ‘Two Week Standard’ has increased pressure on Outpatients, but has also focused attention on current serious deficiencies in the system and service. d de em

2006 Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland

3090. Management of febrile children in the age of the conjugate pneumococcal vaccine: a cost-effectiveness analysis

analysis. Pediatrics 2001; 108(4): 835-844 PubMedID Other publications of related interest Baraff L, Lee S, Schriger D L. Outcomes of bacterial meningitis in children: a meta-analysis. Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 1993;12:389-394. Carroll W, Farrell M, Singer J, Jackson M, Lobel J, Lewis E. Treatment of occult bacteremia: a prospective randomised clinical trial. Pediatrics 1983;72:608-612. Lieu T, Schwartz S, Jaffe D, Fleisher G. Strategies for diagnosis and treatment of children at risk (...) Management of febrile children in the age of the conjugate pneumococcal vaccine: a cost-effectiveness analysis Management of febrile children in the age of the conjugate pneumococcal vaccine: a cost-effectiveness analysis Management of febrile children in the age of the conjugate pneumococcal vaccine: a cost-effectiveness analysis Lee G M, Fleisher G R, Harper M B Record Status This is a critical abstract of an economic evaluation that meets the criteria for inclusion on NHS EED. Each abstract

2001 NHS Economic Evaluation Database.

3091. Is multidisciplinary care of heart failure cost-beneficial when combined with optimal medical care?

Is multidisciplinary care of heart failure cost-beneficial when combined with optimal medical care? Is multidisciplinary care of heart failure cost-beneficial when combined with optimal medical care? Is multidisciplinary care of heart failure cost-beneficial when combined with optimal medical care? Ledwidge M, Barry M, Cahill J, Ryan E, Maurer B, Ryder M, Travers B, Timmons L, McDonald K Record Status This is a critical abstract of an economic evaluation that meets the criteria for inclusion (...) understanding, and salt restriction. Support comprised nurse-led care on three or more occasions through telephone contact and outpatient clinic visits. Type of intervention Secondary prevention. Economic study type Cost-effectiveness analysis. Study population The study population comprised individuals presenting at casualty with a diagnosis of HF. The patients were at least 18 years of age. Patients presenting with HF in the setting of myocardial infarction or unstable angina, or in whom HF

2003 NHS Economic Evaluation Database.

3092. Cost-effectiveness of systematic depression treatment for high utilizers of general medical care

of intervention Treatment. Economic study type Cost-effectiveness analysis. Study population The study population comprised patients aged between 23 and 63 years of age, who were members in participating clinics and high-users of medical services, that is to say those whose number of outpatient medical visits exceeded the 85th percentile for each of the last two years (either 7 or 8 visits per year). Patients were excluded if they had received active depression treatment during the last 90 days (...) adopted reflected the perspective of the study. The cost items included in the analysis were screening and treatment co-ordinator (only for DMP group) and outpatient and inpatient intervention programme costs, such as specialty outpatient visits, antidepressant prescriptions, and other prescriptions or services. The estimation of resources used was derived from actual data obtained from health plan administrative data systems and estimation of costs was based on actual data, derived from Medicare's

2001 NHS Economic Evaluation Database.

3093. The economic impact of a multifactorial intervention to improve postoperative rehabilitation of hip fracture patients

care and non-medical (community-based) care. The direct medical costs comprised the cost of office-based and outpatient clinic physician care, emergency room care, acute hospital care, post-hospital discharge rehabilitation care in a long-term facility, nursing home care, radiological and laboratory tests that were not part of the hospital stay, physical and/or occupational therapy, visiting nurse care and prescription drugs. The direct non-medical costs included homemaker assistance (...) The economic impact of a multifactorial intervention to improve postoperative rehabilitation of hip fracture patients The economic impact of a multifactorial intervention to improve postoperative rehabilitation of hip fracture patients The economic impact of a multifactorial intervention to improve postoperative rehabilitation of hip fracture patients Ruchlin H S, Elkin E B, Allegrante J P Record Status This is a critical abstract of an economic evaluation that meets the criteria for inclusion

2001 NHS Economic Evaluation Database.

3094. Cost-effectiveness analysis of interferon as adjuvant therapy in high-risk melanoma patients in Spain

Cost-effectiveness analysis of interferon as adjuvant therapy in high-risk melanoma patients in Spain Cost-effectiveness analysis of interferon as adjuvant therapy in high-risk melanoma patients in Spain Cost-effectiveness analysis of interferon as adjuvant therapy in high-risk melanoma patients in Spain Gonzalez-Larriba J L, Serrano S, Alvarez-Mon M, Camacho F, Casado M A, Diaz-Perez J L, Diaz-Rubio E, Fosbrook L, Guillem V, Lopez-Lopez J J, Moreno-Nogueira J A, Toribio J Record Status (...) therapy in countries where other adjuvant therapies with similar costs are used to treat other types of cancer. Source of funding None stated. Bibliographic details Gonzalez-Larriba J L, Serrano S, Alvarez-Mon M, Camacho F, Casado M A, Diaz-Perez J L, Diaz-Rubio E, Fosbrook L, Guillem V, Lopez-Lopez J J, Moreno-Nogueira J A, Toribio J. Cost-effectiveness analysis of interferon as adjuvant therapy in high-risk melanoma patients in Spain. European Journal of Cancer 2000; 36(18): 2344-2352 PubMedID Other

2000 NHS Economic Evaluation Database.

3095. Adjunctive lamotrigine therapy in patients with refractory seizures: a lifetime cost-utility analysis

hospital treatment (excluding treatment of drug reaction, surgical workup and operation), outpatient physicians visits, EEG services, CT scan and MRI, serum-level test (excluding drug reactions), drug-reaction costs, drug treatment costs, surgical workup, operation, and 500mg lamotrigine cost. The cost calculation was conducted from a societal perspective. The cost data (except for the lamotrigine cost) were extracted from an article published in 1994. The lamotrigine cost was obtained from the Red (...) to be treated with some caution. The issue of generalisability to other settings or countries was not addressed. Source of funding None stated. Bibliographic details Messori A, Trippoli S, Becagli P, Cincotta M, Labbate M G, Zaccara G. Adjunctive lamotrigine therapy in patients with refractory seizures: a lifetime cost-utility analysis. European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 1998; 53(6): 421-427 PubMedID Other publications of related interest Matsuo F, Bergen D, Faught E et al. Placebo-controlled study

1998 NHS Economic Evaluation Database.

3096. Cost-effectiveness of a targeted disinfection program in household kitchens to prevent foodborne illnesses in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom

A, Mafilios M S, Todd E C, Krilov L R, Geddes A M, Ackerman S J Record Status This is a critical abstract of an economic evaluation that meets the criteria for inclusion on NHS EED. Each abstract contains a brief summary of the methods, the results and conclusions followed by a detailed critical assessment on the reliability of the study and the conclusions drawn. Health technology The use of a disinfection programme targeted at household kitchens to prevent foodborne illnesses in the USA, Canada (...) describing the usual symptoms associated with each health state to the expert panel. The panellists assigned distress and disability ratings to each health state using the method developed by Rosser and Kind. The experts also assigned the average duration of each health state. Direct costs The resource quantities and the costs were not reported separately. The direct costs included in the study were those of the health care service. These were for physician office visits, outpatient and emergency room

2003 NHS Economic Evaluation Database.

3097. Implementation of local guidelines for cost-effective management of hypertension: a trial of the firm system

Implementation of local guidelines for cost-effective management of hypertension: a trial of the firm system Implementation of local guidelines for cost-effective management of hypertension: a trial of the firm system Implementation of local guidelines for cost-effective management of hypertension: a trial of the firm system Aucott J N, Pelecanos E, Dombrowski R, Fuehrer S M, Laich J, Aron D C Record Status This is a critical abstract of an economic evaluation that meets the criteria (...) of prescriptions). The items measured were operational costs (including drugs used and follow up costs and costs of complications such as clinic visits, emergency room visits, hospitalisations and outpatient laboratory services). The cost boundary adopted was the hospital. The estimation of quantities was based on actual data. The prices used were those prevailing in 1992. The source of quantities and cost data was the Decentralized Hospital Computer Program (DHCP). The quantity of resources was measured from

1996 NHS Economic Evaluation Database.

3098. Management of Thyroid Cancer

of Sheffield Pat Kendall-Taylor (Chair) MD, DCH, FRCP, Professor of Endocrinology, Newcastle-upon-Tyne Geoffrey J Beckett BSc, PhD, FRCPath, Reader in Clinical Biochemistry, Edinburgh Penny M Clark PhD, FRCPath, Consultant Clinical Scientist, Birmingham Susan EM Clarke MSc, FRCP, Consultant Physician/Senior Lecturer, Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital, London Richard Collins FRCS(Eng), FRCS(Ed), Consultant Surgeon, Canterbury Sharon Dobbins Chief Librarian, Sunderland Royal Hospital Trust John Farndon BSc, MD

2007 British Association of Endocrine and Thyroid Surgeons

3099. Clinical practice guidelines for the management of early breast cancer

on the woman 17 1.6 The effect on the family 18 2. General principles of care 21 2.1 Aims of treatment 21 2.2 Establishing good communication practices 22 2.3 Counselling and support 29 2.4 Choosing a specialist 32 2.5 Second opinion 34 2.6 Disclosure of risk 34 2.7 Clinical trials 35 2.8 Pregnancy 37 2.9 Complementary and alternative therapies 38 3. Before definitive treatment 41 3.1 History 42 3.2 Clinical examination 42 3.3 Investigations 43 3.4 Pathology 47iv Clinical practice guidelines (...) Clinical practice guidelines for the management of early breast cancer Appendices A. Development of the first edition (1995) 111 B. Revision of the first edition (1995) and production of the second edition (2001) 121 C. TNM clinical classification 139 D. RACOG Bulletin Vol 10, No 1, May 1996 (working party on tamoxifen and the endometrium) 141 E. Questions you may be asked 145 F. iSource National Breast Cancer Centre Publications List 149 G. Types of clinical trials 153 H. Breast cancer support

2001 Cancer Australia

3100. Clinical practice guidelines for the psychosocial care of adults with cancer

B. Persons involved in the development of the Psychosocial clinical practice guidelines: providing information and support for women with breast cancer 127 C. Guideline development process 128 D. Incidence of cancers in Australia in 1998 137 E. Resources and contacts for patients and the treatment team 138 F . Financial assistance for travel and accommodation 149 G. Recommendations for strategies to overcome barriers to effective psychosocial referral 149 H. Services for people from culturally (...) Recommended steps for preparing patients for transition to palliative care 67 3.3A Recommended steps involved in ensuring that all people with cancer have adequate emotional and social support 70 3.3B Support sources that can improve the emotional well-being of people with cancer 73 3.5 Recommended steps for establishing continuity of care 79 3.6 Recommended steps involved in providing end of life support 84 3.7A Effective strategies/techniques that can be utilised by treatment team members to improve

2002 Cancer Australia

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