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41. Pneumonia induced by benzodiazepines

was implemented in October 2017 by the Manager of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, it is likely to end up as disappointment. This is because "Conditional Early Approval System" emphasizes its importance by stating that "An analysis of data using only the persons who used the drug after approval as real-world data requires far fewer participants, and can be completed in short period of time with far smaller cost. This might substitute RCTs, which require a large population, a large amount of money (...) , The history and current state of comprehensive general health checks in Japan, Jananese J Health Checks 1994: 21 (4): 370-376. 13) Miyashita M, Relationship of The Japan Society of Ningen Dock and the Japan Society of General Health Checks. Complete Medical Checks 2013: 28 (1): 5-6. 14) Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, White paper of Health, Labor and Welfare (2008 Ed

2018 Med Check - The Informed Prescriber

42. Guidelines for crises in anaesthesia - Quick Reference Handbook

anaesthesia with intravenous hypnotic agent and muscle relaxation with a non- depolarising neuromuscular blocking agent. ? Give dantrolene (see Box B). Delegate mixing – it is time and labour intensive ? Begin active cooling: • Reduce the operating room ambient temperature. • Cooling jackets or blankets. • Ice packing in groin, axillae and anterior neck. • Bladder, gastric or peritoneal lavage with boluses 10 -1 iced water. ? Begin continuous monitoring of: core and peripheral temperature, invasive (...) dose of hypnotic drug to avoid further hypotension. A full induction dose will not be necessary if the patient’s consciousness is already impaired. • Neuromuscular blockade may not be necessary for tracheal intubation if the patient is unconscious, paralysed and apnoeic. Box B: DRUG DOSES Bradycardia: • Atropine: 0.6-1.2 mg • Glycopyrrolate: 0.2-0.4 mg Hypotension: • Metaraminol: 1-2 mg boluses repeated • Phenylephrine: 50-100 µg boluses repeated or by infusion • Ephedrine: 6-12 mg boluses repeated

2019 Association of Anaesthetists of GB and Ireland

44. WHO consolidated guideline on self-care interventions for health: sexual and reproductive health and rights

positive joint parenting of an infant). “Couple” in this recommendation includes couples, people in a primary relationship or other close people. REC 1d: Psychoeducation (for women with fear of pain; comprising information about fear and anxiety, fear of childbirth, normalization of individual reactions, stages of labour, hospital routines, birth process, and pain relief [led by a therapist and midwife], among other topics). Existing recommendations on antenatal care for a positive pregnancy experience (...) , such as compression stockings, leg elevation and water immersion, can be used for the management of varicose veins and oedema in pregnancy, based on a woman’s preferences and available options. Not specified Existing recommendation on self-administered pain relief for prevention of delay in the first stage of labour REC 9: Pain relief for preventing delay and reducing the use of augmentation in labour is not recommended. Weak recommendation, very low-quality evidence 2. Providing high-quality services for family

2019 World Health Organisation Guidelines

46. BTS/SIGN British Guideline on the Management of Asthma

in pregnancy 126 12.1 Natural history and management of stable asthma 126 12.2 Management of acute asthma in pregnancy 127 12.3 Drug therapy in pregnancy 128 12.4 Management during labour 131 12.5 Drug therapy for breastfeeding mothers 132 13 Occupational asthma 133 13.1 Incidence 133 13.2 At-risk populations 133 13.3 Diagnosis 133 13.4 Management of occupational asthma 136 14 Organisation and delivery of care 138 14.1 Care pathways 138 14.2 Educating clinicians 138 14.3 Asthma clinics 139 14.4

2019 British Thoracic Society

47. Peripartum Analgesia and Anesthesia for the Breastfeeding Mother

- base Syst Rev 2012;1:CD009107. 41. Jones L, Othman M, Dowswell T, et al. Pain management for women in labour: An overview of systematic reviews. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2012;3:CD009234. 42. Werner A, Uldbjerg N, Zachariae R, et al. Effect of self- hypnosis on duration of labor and maternal and neonatal outcomes: A randomized controlled trial. Acta Obstet Gy- necol Scand 2013;92:816–823. 43. Mathur GP, Pandey PK, Mathur S, et al. Breastfeeding in babies delivered by cesarean section. Indian (...) , in- tradermal/subcutaneous water injections, and acupuncture have varying results in reducing labor pain. 39–41 These methods appear to be safe and have no known adverse neonatal effects. In reviews of hypnosis for pain man- agement in labor, there were no significant differences in breastfeeding at hospital discharge in hypnosis groups compared with control groups 39,42 (III). Additional study of breastfeeding outcomes in various nonpharmacologic methods is needed. Anesthesia for cesarean delivery

2019 Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine

48. Obstetric Analgesia and Anesthesia

to participate in the management of epidural infusions. The purpose of this document is to review medical options for analgesia during labor and anesthesia for surgical procedures that are common at the time of delivery. Nonpharmacologic options such as massage, immersion in water during the first stage of labor, acupuncture, relaxation, and hypnotherapy are not covered in this document, although they may be useful as adjuncts or alternatives in many cases. Log in to read more This content is only available (...) Obstetric Analgesia and Anesthesia Obstetric Analgesia and Anesthesia | ACOG Clinical Guidance Journals & Publications Patient Education Topics Featured Clinical Topics Hi, Featured Clinical Topics Clinical Guidance Obstetric Analgesia and Anesthesia Practice Bulletin Number 209 March 2019 Jump to Resources Share By reading this page you agree to ACOG's Terms and Conditions. . Although the availability of different methods of labor analgesia will vary from hospital to hospital, the methods

2019 American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

51. Pneumococcal and Hib vaccines for children - Harms may outweigh benefits: not recommended

adolescent girls does not only lead to cervical cancer, but is also extremely risky for their general health. Enough fat and protein intake and adequate sleep without using hypnotics are essential for prevention of any kind of diseases. Review Review Screening does not reduce cervical cancer deaths The best and only protective measure is to have adequate nutrition and sleep has been actively recommended as a national project since 1987. The uptake of screening was 42% in 1988, and greatly increased up (...) -59 when analyzed by 5 year age group (p<0.001). It is also significant in people aged 15-19 and 60-74 when analyzed by 5 year age group (p<0.05). Similarly, inverse relationship was confirmed between mortality from cervical cancer and protein intake in many age groups. However, relationship with fat intake tends to be stronger. Having adequate sleep without hypnotics is important for good health. Sleep and screening are seemingly unrelated. However, it is more effective to have adequate sleep

2017 Med Check - The Informed Prescriber

52. WHO recommendations: intrapartum care for a positive childbirth experience

Integration of recommendations from published WHO guidelines 13 2.8 Focus and approach 13 2.9 Evidence identification and retrieval 13 2.10 Quality assessment and grading of the evidence 14 2.11 Formulation of the recommendations 15 2.12 Decision-making during the GDG meetings 16 2.13 Declaration of interests by external contributors 17 2.14 Document preparation and peer review 17 2.15 Presentation of guideline content 17 3. Evidence and recommendations 19 3.1 Care throughout labour and birth 19 3.2 First (...) stage of labour 35 3.3 Second stage of labour 120 3.4 Third stage of labour 159 3.5 Care of the newborn 162 3.6 Care of the woman after birth 165 4. Implementation of this guideline: introducing the WHO intrapartum care model 168 5. Research implications 171 6. Dissemination 173 7. Applicability issues 174 7.1 Anticipated impact of the guideline on the organization of intrapartum care 174 7.2 Monitoring and evaluating the impact of the guideline 174 8. Updating of the guideline 175 9. References

2018 World Health Organisation Guidelines

53. Mental health care in the perinatal period: Australian clinical practice guideline

effects. y PP Before prescribing SSRIs to women who are breastfeeding, consider the infant’s health and gestational age at birth. z PP Use caution in repeated prescription of long-acting benzodiazepines around the time of the birth. aa PP Use caution in prescribing non-benzodiazepine hypnotics (z-drugs) to pregnant women for insomnia. bb PP Doxylamine, a Category A drug in pregnancy, may be considered for use as a first-line hypnotic in pregnant women who are experiencing moderate to severe (...) , consider the infant’s health and gestational age at birth. z PP Use caution in repeated prescription of long-acting benzodiazepines around the time of the birth. aa PP Use caution in prescribing non-benzodiazepine hypnotics (z-drugs) to pregnant women for insomnia. bb PP Doxylamine, a Category A drug in pregnancy, may be considered for use as a first-line hypnotic in pregnant women who are experiencing moderate to severe insomnia. Psychological intervention for women with moderate to severe anxiety

2018 Clinical Practice Guidelines Portal

54. Developing a National Pain Strategy for Canada

); • occupation or labour-market experiences more generally (e.g., those in “precarious work” arrangements); • gender; • religion; • educational level (e.g., health literacy); • socio-economic status (e.g., economically disadvantaged populations); and • social capital/social exclusion. • The evidence brief strives to address all Canadians, but (where possible) it also gives particular attention to two groups: • individuals with existing mental health and substance-use problems; and • individuals from

2017 McMaster Health Forum

55. Consensus Guidelines on the Use of Intravenous Ketamine Infusions for Chronic Pain Full Text available with Trip Pro

and abuse potential, studies comparing the different enantiomers have also produced mixed results. For depression, 2 animal studies demonstrated more sustained antidepressant effects for the R(−) stereoisomer, but there are no clinical studies to guide treatment. Ketamine exhibits a unique combination of hypnotic, analgesic, and amnestic effects, which makes it ideal for treating posttraumatic and procedure-related pain. The hypnotic effects are likely secondary to inhibition HCN1 nonspecific cation

2018 American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine

56. Practice Guidelines for Moderate Procedural Sedation and Analgesia Full Text available with Trip Pro

interventions excluded from these guidelines include but are not limited to patient-controlled sedation/analgesia, sedatives administered before or during regional and central neuraxis anesthesia, premedication for general anesthesia, interventions without sedatives ( e.g. , hypnosis, acupuncture), new or rarely administered sedative/analgesics, new or rarely used monitoring or delivery devices, and automated sedative delivery systems. These guidelines do not address education, training, or certification

2018 American Society of Anesthesiologists

57. Pain control in surgical abortion part 1 ? local anesthesia and minimal sedation

labor analgesia: a review. J Midwifery WomensHealth 2011;56:557–65 [Evidence Grade: III]. [71] KlompT,van PoppelM,Jones L,LazetJ,DiNisioM,Lagro-JanssenAL.Inhaledanal- gesiaforpainmanagementinlabour.CochraneDatabaseSystRev2012;9:CD009351 [Evidence Grade:I]. [72] Starr SA, Baysinger CL. Inhaled nitrous oxide for labor analgesia. Anesthesiol Clin 2013;31:623–34 [Evidence Grade:III]. [73] O'SullivanI,BengerJ.Nitrousoxideinemergency medicine. Emerg MedJ 2003;20: 214–7 [Evidence Grade: III]. [74 (...) -2]. [86] WellsN.Reducingdistressduringabortion:atestofsensoryinformation.JAdvNurs 1992;17:1050–6 [Evidence Grade: II-2]. [87] Marc I, Rainville P, Verreault R, Vaillancourt L, Masse B, Dodin S. The use of hypnosis to improve pain management during voluntaryinterruptionof preg- nancy: an open randomized preliminary study. Contraception 2007;75:52–8 [Evidence Grade:I]. 477 R.H.Allen,R.Singh/Contraception97(2018)471–477

2018 Society of Family Planning

59. Chronic pain disorder medical treatment guideline.

information about individual drugs, including indications, contraindications, dosing and time to therapeutic effect, major side effects, drug interactions, and laboratory monitoring. Alpha-acting agents Anticonvulsants Antidepressants Cannabinoid products Hypnotics and sedatives Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) Opioids Post-operative pain management Skeletal muscle relaxants Smoking cessation medications and treatment Topical drug delivery Other agents Anticonvulsants Evidence Statements (...) of randomized clinical trials ). Some Evidence Nabiximols can modestly decrease peripheral neuropathic pain with allodynia in some patients who were concomitantly treated with opioids or anticonvulsants; however, the drop-out rate for those who continued the medication longer term was high (Design: Randomized clinical trial ). Hypnotics and Sedatives Benzodiazepine-based hypnotics include temazepam (Restoril, Temazepam, Gelthix), triazolam (Halcion), and flurazepam (Dalmane). None are recommended because

2017 National Guideline Clearinghouse (partial archive)

60. Complex regional pain syndrome/reflex sympathetic dystrophy medical treatment guideline.

or be caused or exacerbated by opioid and hypnotic use. Refer to the Division's for more information on behavioral modifications to address sleep disturbances. Education/Informed/Shared Decision Making Evidence Statements Regarding Education/Informed Decision Making Some Evidence Information provided only by video is not sufficient education (Design: Prospective randomized controlled trial ). See the original guideline document for time to produce effect and frequency. Injections—Therapeutic For post (...) neuropathic pain, including evidence and time frames for alpha-acting agents, anticonvulsants, antidepressants, cannabinoid products, hypnotics and sedatives, NSAIDs, post-operative pain management, skeletal muscle relaxants, smoking cessation medications and treatment, topical drug delivery, and other agents. Opiods Evidence Statements Regarding Effectiveness and Side Effects of Opioids Strong Evidence In the setting of chronic nonspecific low back pain, the short and intermediate term reduction in pain

2017 National Guideline Clearinghouse (partial archive)

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