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  1. Low-intensity pulsed ultrasound to promote healing of fresh fractures at low risk of non-healing (IPG621)

    Evidence-based recommendations on low-intensity pulsed ultrasound to promote healing of fresh fractures at low risk of non-healing in adults. This involves

  2. Low-intensity pulsed ultrasound to promote healing of fresh fractures at high risk of non-healing (IPG622)

    Evidence-based recommendations on low-intensity pulsed ultrasound to promote healing of fresh fractures at high risk of non-healing in adults. This involves

  3. Low-intensity pulsed ultrasound to promote healing of delayed-union and non-union fractures (IPG623)

    Evidence-based recommendations on low-intensity pulsed ultrasound to promote healing of delayed-union and non-union fractures in adults. This involves using an

  4. Transurethral water vapour ablation for lower urinary tract symptoms caused by benign prostatic hyperplasia (IPG625)

    Evidence-based recommendations on transurethral water vapour ablation for lower urinary tract symptoms caused by benign prostatic hyperplasia in adults

  5. Subcutaneous implantable cardioverter defibrillator insertion for preventing sudden cardiac death (IPG603)

    Evidence-based recommendations on subcutaneous implantable cardioverter defibrillator insertion for preventing sudden cardiac death. This involves placing a

  6. Hysteroscopic sterilisation by insertion of intrafallopian implants (IPG587)

    October 2017: The device used in this procedure (Essure) no longer has a CE mark. The CE mark is necessary for medical devices to be used in EU countries. Therefore NICE has decided to suspend its guidance. NICE would consider whether to issue new guidance on “Hysteroscopic sterilisation by insertion of intrafallopian implants” should evidence including an appropriately CE marked device become available.

  7. Ab interno supraciliary microstent insertion with phacoemulsification for primary open-angle glaucoma (IPG605)

    October 2018: The device used in this procedure (CyPass) has been withdrawn by the manufacturer Alcon, because of concerns about its long-term safety. Further details can be found in the Voluntary Field Safety Notice issued by Alcon. Surgeons are advised not to implant this device, to return any unused devices to Alcon and to consider reviewing any patients who have already been implanted with CyPass. Therefore NICE has decided to withdraw its guidance. NICE would consider whether to issue new guidance on ab interno supraciliary microstent insertion with phacoemulsification for primary open-angle glaucoma should evidence using an appropriately CE marked device become available.