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261. Neonatal jaundice

able to transport baby to pathology service for TSB or a home pathology collection service is available · Parental ability to follow written and verbal instructions Exclusion · Jaundice in first 24 hours of age · Poor feeding · Temperature instability · Lethargy · Alloimmune haemolytic disease · Asphyxia/acidosis · Infection · Abnormal liver function tests Parent information · Verbal instructions and written documentation on: o Temperature monitoring and management o Assessment of hydration (...) to online version, destroy printed copies after use Page 4 of 40 Queensland Clinical Guideline: Neonatal jaundice Table of Contents 1 Introduction 7 2 Risk factors for clinically significant hyperbilirubinaemia 8 2.1 Maternal risk factors 8 2.2 Neonatal risk factors 8 3 Causes of jaundice 9 3.1 Jaundice presenting early (before 24 hours of age or with a high peak level) 9 3.1.1 Common causes of pathological jaundice 9 3.1.2 Less common causes of pathological jaundice 10 3.2 Jaundice presenting after 24

2018 Queensland Health

262. Term small for gestational age baby

of a population- specific birth weight versus gestational age plot 1 • Other guidelines may use the statistical definition of greater than two standard deviations below the mean birth weight for gestational age 1 • Antenatally, at obstetric ultrasound assessment, it is the estimated fetal weight below the 10 th percentile • The antenatal and postnatal umbrella term, with FGR referring to cases secondary to pathology • The preferred term when referring to the small size of a newborn baby relative (...) and LBW babies are disproportionately represented 10 and this extends to the number of associated admissions to neonatal units 11 1.2 Factors associated with fetal growth Birth weight is one of the key measurements used to reflect the intrauterine environment to which the fetus was exposed. 12 Several maternal and fetal factors both physiological and pathological may influence fetal growth. FGR is increasingly seen as a fetal adaptive process to a compromised intrauterine environment which may assist

2016 Queensland Health

263. Perinatal substance use: maternal

verbal memory 40 • Learning difficulties from deficits in attention, memory and motivation 15 • Difficulty achieving milestones 36 Queensland Clinical Guideline: Perinatal substance use: maternal Refer to online version, destroy printed copies after use Page 11 of 29 1.4.2 Nicotine Table 6. Nicotine Aspect Potential outcomes Maternal 2 • Miscarriage and preterm birth • Preterm rupture of membranes • Placental abruption • Non-pregnancy risks include: o Increased risk of cancer, cardiovascular (...) If woman a regular user, breastfeeding is not recommended 29 Childhood • Lower nonverbal perceptual reasoning • Attention problems • Disruptive behaviours 14,15 • Lower weight for height and weight curve trajectories 14 • Language deficits • Executive functioning abnormalities 15 1.4.5 Ecstasy Table 9. Ecstasy Aspect Potential outcomes Ecstasy • Crosses placenta • Miscarriage 5 • Preterm birth 15 • Poor infant mental and motor development (dose dependent) 5,15 Queensland Clinical Guideline: Perinatal

2016 Queensland Health

264. Gestational diabetes mellitus

into account 56 : o Cultural/language background o Learning ability and style of learning (e.g. written information, visual) o Family and social circumstances • Provide women and their families comprehensive information about GDM to aid in self-management including: o Implications of GDM for the woman and her baby o Dietary and physical activity recommendations o Self-monitoring of blood glucose procedures and targets o Importance of long term follow-up Psychosocial support • Support women to make positive

2015 Queensland Health

265. Guideline on the management of women with endometriosis

of adolescent endometriosis. J Adolesc Health 1993; 14:362–368. Eskenazi B, Warner M, Bonsignore L, Olive D, Samuels S and Vercellini P. Validation study of nonsurgical diagnosis of endometriosis. Fertil Steril 2001; 76:929–935. Forman RG, Robinson JN, Mehta Z and Barlow DH. Patient history as a simple predictor of pelvic pathology in subfertile women. Hum Reprod 1993; 8:53–55. Hsu AL, Sinaii N, Segars J, Nieman LK and Stratton P. Relating pelvic pain location to surgical findings of endometriosis. Obstet

2013 European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology

266. British Association of Dermatologists? guidelines for the investigation and management of generalized pruritus in adults without an underlying dermatosis

Scienti?c Administrator), A.G. Brain (BAD Scienti?c Administrator), L.S. Exton (BAD Information Scientist) and M.F. Mohd Mustapa (BAD Clinical Standards Manager). Produced in 2018 by the British Association of Dermatologists. *Plain language summary available online DOI 10.1111/bjd.16117 NICE has accredited the process used by the British Association of Dermatologists to produce clinical guidelines. The renewed accredita- tion is valid until 31 May 2021 and applies to guidance produced using (...) and verbal rating scale. 18 The use of a patient-completed 10-cm VAS and perhaps the Dermatology Life Quality Index 19 is rec- ommended to provide a baseline measure of itch activity to help quantify management outcomes. However, as yet, there is no international consensus on how to measure the severity of itch. 20 Moreover, there may be differences in how patients and physicians assess the severity of pruritus. 21–23 The management of pruritus depends on the treatment of any underlying disease

2018 British Association of Dermatologists

267. Guidelines For Professional Ultrasound Practice

for Ultrasound in Medicine (ASUM) Working Committee developed and published a joint guideline ‘ASUM/ACIPC Guideline on the Reprocessing of Ultrasound Transducers (2017). http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ajum.12042/epdf 1.8 SCREENING EXAMINATIONS USING ULTRASOUND The United Kingdom National Screening Committee advises ministers in all four countries and resides within Public Health England, an executive agency of the Department of Health. Before any pathology or condition is accepted for national

2018 British Medical Ultrasound Society

268. The Thessaloniki ESHRE/ESGE consensus on diagnosis of female genital anomalies

(Grimbizisetal.,2013a,b;DiSpiezioSardoetal.,2015).Itseemsthat with the use of the new system, all the existing cases, previously poorly described and unclassi?ed by the AFS, could be effectively describedandclassi?ed(withveryrareexceptions) offeringacommon ‘language’ of communication between the clinicians working in this ?eld(DiSpiezioSardo et al.,2015). Currently, a wide range of non-invasive diagnostic procedures is available enriching the opportunity to detect the anatomical status of the female genital (...) ://humrep.oxfordjournals.org/ Downloaded from Two-dimensional ultrasound Diagnostic potential inherent to the method. It could provide reliable, ob- jectiveand,mostimportantly,measurableinformationfortheanatomy of the cervix, the uterine cavity, the uterine wall, the external contour of the uterus. It could provide useful information of associated pelvic pathology, e.g. ovarianpathology (benign and malignant tumors, endo- metriosis),hydrosalpinges,renalanomalies.Itcouldprovide,also,meas

2015 European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology

272. Assessment scales for disorders of consciousness: evidence-based recommendations for clinical practice and research

a cohort, case control, or case series sample of persons with DOC who were age older than or equal to 18 years; and (3) assessed in an acute care or rehabilitation setting. Articles were excluded if peer review was not con- ducted, original data were not reported, or an English language articlewasnotavailable.Theinitialsearchyielded580articles. After paired rater review of study abstracts, guideline devel- opment was based on 37 articles representing 13 DOC scales. Data Extraction: Rater pairs classi (...) , consensus-based diagnos- tic guidelines have been developed to de?ne 3 ascending levels ofdisorderedconsciousness:coma, 12 theVS, 13 andtheMCS. 14 Coma represents a state of unarousable unresponsiveness in which there is no evidence of self-awareness or environmental awareness. 12 The eyes remain continuously closed, purposeful responsestoenvironmentalstimulicannotbeelicited,andthere is no evidence of discrete localizing responses or language comprehension and expression. The de?ning characteristic

2010 American Academy of Neurology

273. Reporting Standards for Endovascular Repair of Saccular Intracranial Cerebral Aneurysms

puncture is indicated to evaluate for blood, glu- cose, protein, and xanthochromia. De- tails of cerebrospinal fluid analysis are described separately (27). Subacute hemorrhage (1 to 6 weeks) Table 3 Glasgow Coma Scale (45) Points Eye Opening Response Verbal Response Motor Response 6 NA NA Obeys 5 NA Oriented Localizes to pain 4 Spontaneous Confused Withdraws to pain 3 To speech Inappropriate Flexor (decorticate) 2 To pain Incomprehensible Extensor (decerebrate) 1 None None None NA indicates (...) ). Remnant opacification, or rem- nant recanalization, describes an un- treated component of the aneurysm in which there is no prosthetic material. Because several aneurysm coil prod- ucts now on the market may undergo degradation leading to interstitial or remnant recanalization, reporting of this anatomic configuration remains necessary. Pathologically, interstitial opacification may represent anatomic clefts within or adjacent to the coil Figure 3. Diagram of measurements to determine aneurysm

2009 Society of Interventional Radiology

274. Reporting Standards for Angioplasty and Stent-assisted Angioplasty for Intracranial Atherosclerosis

, and hypercholesterolemia. The pathology of intracranial atherosclerosis is simi- lar to other vascular territories (1). There seems to be a racial preference forthisdisorderaffectingAsian,black, and Hispanic patients more often compared with whites. Medical pri- maryandsecondarystrokeprevention in patients with intracranial cerebral atherosclerosis is often unsatisfactory. Technological advances over the past 10 years enabled endovascular treat- ment of intracranial atherosclerotic stenosis. The number of patients (...) - cranial stenosis,” “stroke,” “transient ischemic attacks,” “TIA,” or “cerebral stenosis,” were used in conjunction with procedural terms, including “in- tracranial stent,” “intracranial angio- plasty,” “intracranial stent-assisted angioplasty,” “thrombolysis,” “inter- vention,” “endovascular revascular- ization,” and “endovascular treat- ment.” English and non-English language articles published between January 1, 1997, and December 31, 2007, are in- cluded. To identify further published, unpublished

2009 Society of Interventional Radiology

275. Therapies for essential tremor

adverse effects that did not resolve with time (16%). In one study (n = 37), 16% of patients who underwent a unilateral thalamotomy had permanent hemiparesis and speech difficulty. Other adverse events include transient problems with speech and motor function, dysarthria, verbal or cognitive deficit, weakness, confusion, somnolence, and facial paresis. Limited data indicate that bilateral thalamotomy is associated with a high frequency of side effects, although most of these studies focused (...) recommendations for clinical decisions based on analysis of evidence. The selection of topics for which practice parameters are used is based on prevalence, frequency of use, economic impact, membership involvement, controversy, urgency, external constraints, and resources required. Panel selection and literature review process. Neurologists with expertise in ET were invited by the QSS to perform the review. Computer-assisted literature searches were conducted for relevant English language articles pertinent

2005 American Academy of Neurology

276. FDG-PET/CT(A) Imaging in Large Vessel Vasculitis and Polymyalgia Rheumatica: Joint Procedural Recommendation of the EANM, SNMMI, PET Interest Group, and endorsed by ASNC

of LVV with FDG-PET remains till 3 days after initiation of GC, thereafter 8 the signal decreases significantly [37-39]. So there may be a diagnostic window of opportunity within 3 days of initiation of GC. A brief withdrawal of GC could "restore" pathological FDG uptake and reduce the likelihood of a false negative result, but this is not known. At the same time, GC withdrawal may pose risks to the patient. In case of GCA, especially if temporal artery or ocular involvement is suspected (...) search has been performed through PubMed database (search date: from inception to 01.03.2017) using the following key words combination: ((PET) OR (positron emission tomography) OR (computed tomography) OR (imaging) OR (FDG) OR (fluorodeoxyglucose)) AND ((sensitivity) OR (specificity) OR (accuracy) OR (diagnosis) OR (response) OR (monitoring)) AND ((Takayasu) OR (giant cell) OR (polymyalgia) OR (vasculitis) OR (aortitis) OR (arteritis)). Only articles in English language were selected. Small case

2018 Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging

277. Management of Acute Pancreatitis in the Pediatric Population: A Clinical Report From the North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Pancreas Committee

cholangiopancreatography, and endoscopic ultrasonography have limited roles in diagnosis and management. Children should be carefully followed for development of early or late complications and recurrent attacks of AP. Conclusions: This clinical report represents the ?rst English-language recommendations for the management of pediatric AP. Future aims should include prospective multicenter pediatric studies to further validate these recommendations and optimize care for children with AP. Key Words: endoscopy, ?uid (...) was reviewed, and 1 foreign language (5) document was translated and reviewed (5). Regular calls and e-mail correspon- dences were conducted between the subgroup leaders and commit- tee chair. Section paragraphs were written by subgroup members. Subsections were assembled by the subgroup leaders and senior author. Tentative summary statements and recommendations were written.Thefirstmanuscriptdraftwascirculatedamongallauthors in August to September 2016. Aface-to-facemeetingwasheldatthe2016WorldCongress

2018 North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition

278. Quality Improvement Guidelines for Percutaneous Transcatheter Embolization

). This may include the placement of a covered stent to oc- clude flow in a pathologic segment ofvesselortoslowflowinabranch that is feeding a site of hemorrhage or fistula (60). 3. Devascularizationofbenigntumors or malignancies for palliation (eg, reducepain,slowtumorgrowth,or prevent hemorrhage) or to reduce operative blood loss (10,11,21,25, 36,43,61–64). Common applications are vascular hepatic malignancies, renal angiomyolipoma, renal cell carcinoma, pelvic malignancies, and bone tumors. 4 (...) of the English language literature. J Vasc Interv Ra- diol 2007; 18:463–481. 108. Zhu K, Meng X, Li Z, et al. Partial splenic embolization using polyvinyl alcohol particles for hypersplenism in cirrhosis: a prospective randomized study. Eur J Radiol 2007; 66:100–106. 109. Spies JB, Bakal CW, Burke DR, et al. Standardfordiagnosticarteriography in adults. J Vasc Interv Radiol 1993; 4:385–395. 110. Duszak R, Haskal ZJ, Sacks D, Coffey JA. Massive hemolysis: a rare com- plication of transcatheter coil emboli

2010 Society of Interventional Radiology

279. Guidelines for the evaluation and management of neonatal ankyloglossia and its complications in the breastfeeding dyad

, Gonzalez Garcia M, Garcia Martin JM, Gallas M, Seoane Leston J: A study of pathology associated with short lingual frenum. ASDC J Dent Child. 69:59–62, 12, 2002. 8. Messner AH, Lalakea ML: The effect of ankyloglossia on speech in children. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 127:539–545, 2002. 9. Wright JE: Tongue-tie. J Paediatr Child Health 31:276–278, 1995. 10. Williams WN, Waldron CM: Assessment of lingual function when ankyloglossia (tongue-tie) is suspected. J Am Dent Assoc 110:353–356, 1985. 11. Yoel J (...) % in unaffected infants. 1 Various methods have been suggested to diagnose and evaluate the severity of ankyloglossia 3,4 and to determine the criteria for intervention. 5,6 Short- and long-term consequences of ankyloglossia may include feeding and speech difficulties, 7,8 as well as orthodontic and mandibular abnormalities 9–12 and psychological problems. 13 In the 1990s a number of case reports and observational studies were published that documented an association between ankyloglossia and breastfeeding

2004 Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine

280. Appropriate Use Criteria: Imaging of the Head & Neck

) Evaluation of hemifacial weakness when either of the following is present: ? Additional neurologic findings suggestive of intracranial pathology ? Symptoms persisting beyond six (6) weeks Headache New headache ? When associated with one or more red flag features (see Table below); OR, ? Headache has not improved or has worsened during a course of physician-directed treatment, and the patient has been reevaluated by a clinician following completion of therapy. Recurrent headache ? When associated (...) Vertigo and dizziness Evaluation for a structural brain lesion when either of the following is present: ? Abnormal audiogram or auditory brainstem response ? Signs or symptoms suggestive of a CNS lesion Note: Vertigo or dizziness which is clearly related to positional change does not require advanced imaging. Visual disturbance Evaluation for central nervous system pathology when suggested by the ophthalmologic examCT Head | Copyright © 2018. AIM Specialty Health. All Rights Reserved. 11 Common

2018 AIM Specialty Health

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