This guideline covers important points to raise with women that may benefit from long-acting reversible contraception
Summary includes recommendations on non-surgical management of prolapse, and assessment and management of complications associated with mesh surgery.
Summary of NICE guidance covers history taking, assessing urinary incontinence, investigations, non-surgical management, and indicators for referral.
Failure to recognise prenatal alcohol exposure (PAE) as a possible cause of behavioural difficulties, such as ADHD, may contribute to adverse outcomes for the child. This summary covers the identification of children affected by prenatal alcohol exposure and includes a succinct and helpful diagnostic algorithm.
This guideline was developed by a multidisciplinary expert panel: Rees J et al with the support of a grant from a pharmaceutical company.
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