In this articles, we will give you some of the latest clinical guidelines published for some common diseases and critical conditions. They are taken from reliable sources as from the governing authorities of guidelines. We think they will help you a lot being updated. So friends, let’s start.

1. SEPSIS:

All of us know that sepsis is a serious emergency condition and management of sepsis is one of the most critical challenge of a doctor. Here is the latest clinical guideline of diagnosis and management of sepsis.

If you find a newer, please post it in the comment box.

2. OPIOID ADMINISTRATION GUIDELINES:

AMI is one of the most common cases diagnosed everyday at Emergency. Here is the clinical guideline of prescribing opioids in AMI and other cases.

3. ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS PRESCRIBING:

Antimicrobial agents are used as a routine in everyday practice. But its indiscriminate use has opened the way of widespread bacterial resistance throughout the world. This simple Oxford guideline will help you prescribing routine antibiotics without fear of emerging resistance.

4. EPILEPSY:

Here is the latest guideline of management of epilepsy from International Union Against Epilepsy. Skip the initial analysis pages and go direct to the guidelines pages at the last.

5. ANTI-PSYCHOTIC DRUG PRESCRIBING- GUIDELINES:

6. MANAGEMENT OF CARDIOGENIC SHOCK:

This document will surely give you a clear idea on management of cardiogenic shock.

7. MANAGEMENT OF ANAPHYLACTIC SHOCK:

It is an useful guideline on management of anaphylactic shock.

8. CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT GUIDELINES OF MALIGNANT LYMPHOMA:

It is the most helpful article in the web regarding this topic. If you find another, please post in this page.

Thanks everyone. If this post be helpful to you by any mean, or if there is a need for correction or update of the above guidelines, please leave your reply. We will take appropriate correction according to your suggestion.

 

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