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What are Practice Guidelines?

Clinical practice guidelines are recommendations on how to accurately diagnose and treat a medical condition. They are mainly written for doctors, but also for nurses and other health care professionals.  Clinical practice guidelines summarize the current medical understanding, weighing the benefits and disadvantages of diagnostic procedures and treatments, and give specific recommendations based on this information. They should also provide details regarding the scientific evidence supporting those recommendations. Clinical practice guidelines should be updated regularly

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