The Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN) develops evidence based clinical practice guidelines for the National Health Service (NHS) in Scotland.
This summary includes management algorithms for patients with suspected angina, and patients with a definite diagnosis of stable angina.
This Guidelines summary covers the pharmacological options for migraines, medication overuse headache, preventative treatment, and a treatment pathway
This summary provides key recommendations on lifestyle management, treatment options, diabetic CVD, and CKD. Includes a useful treatment algorithm
This summary covers estimation of cardiovascular event risk, lifestyle interventions, and pharmacological therapy.
Easy-to-read summary of SIGN’s guideline on the management of cutaneous melanoma in primary care
A concise summary of SIGN's guideline on autism, which covers non-pharmacological and pharmacological interventions, and service provision.
This summary covers diagnosis, lifestyle, and pharmacological interventions, and includes a diagnostic algorithm for suspected chronic heart failure.
An up-to-date guideline summary of the diagnosis and management of epilepsy. Includes status epilepticus, AEDs and approach to some specific patient groups.
This up-to-date summary of SIGN guidance advises on primary care assessment of suspected glaucoma, criteria for referral, and discharge and monitoring.
A brief summary of SIGN's guideline on the management of suspected bacterial UTI in adult men and women, pregnant women, and people with catheters.
A brief summary of SIGN's guideline on management of osteoporosis and prevention of fragility fractures, including risk factors and a treatment algorithm.
An easy-to-read summary of SIGN's guideline on the management of atopic eczema in primary care. Includes information on dietary interventions and referral.
Easy-to-read summary of SIGN's guideline on the management of schizophrenia. Includes pharmacological and psychological intervention, and perinatal issues.
A clear SIGN guideline summary exploring antiplatelet and anticoagulant agents and indications for their use, including cardiac and cerebrovascular disease.
This easy-to-read summary of SIGN's guideline describes pharmacological, psychological, and alternative approaches to the management of chronic pain.
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