We use the best available evidence to develop recommendations that guide decisions in health, public health and social care.
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Guidance by programme
Review the evidence across broad health and social care topics.
Reviews the clinical and cost-effectiveness of new treatments.
Review new diagnostic technologies for adoption in the NHS.
Assessments of whether procedures are safe enough and work well enough for wider use in the NHS.
Reviews new medical devices for adoption in the NHS.
Advice by programme
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People showing erythema migrans, the characteristic skin rash associated with Lyme disease, can be diagnosed without the need for blood tests, NICE says in new guidance.
NICE has issued new advice to help doctors quickly spot Lyme disease, so they can offer people NHS treatment as soon as possible.
Putting guidance into practice
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