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  1. Indwelling urinary catheters: antibiotic prophylaxis:- When recatheterising patients who have a long-term indwelling urinary catheter, what is the clinical and cost effectiveness of single-dose antibiotic prophylaxis in reducing symptomatic urinary tract infections in patients with a history of urinary tract infections associated with catheter change?

    Recommendation ID CG139/5 Question Indwelling urinary catheters: antibiotic prophylaxis:- When recatheterising patients who have a long-term

  2. How strong are the associations between hearing and visual loss, and sleep patterns and positive and negative health outcomes, in particular the development of dementia, disability and frailty? What are the most effective and cost-effective interventions to protect hearing and vision and improve sleep and what is their effect on the development of dementia, disability and frailty?

    Recommendation ID NG16/4 Question How strong are the associations between hearing and visual loss, and sleep patterns and positive and

  3. How strong are the cultural motivations (stemming from religion, tradition, media, and advertising) to use smokeless tobacco among people of South Asian origin? How do they compare with the physical addiction to nicotine? How might this information help in designing smokeless tobacco cessation programmes that are culturally appropriate?

    Recommendation ID PH39/6 Question How strong are the cultural motivations (stemming from religion, tradition, media, and advertising) to

  4. Identification and monitoring:- What are the demographic characteristics and rates of progression to type 2 diabetes among people with a high risk score but normal blood glucose levels (fasting plasma glucose of less than 5.5 mmol/l or HbA1c of less than 42 mmol/mol)? How does this compare with people who have both a high risk score and blood glucose levels that indicate impaired glucose regulation (fasting plasma glucose 5.5–6.9 mmol/l or HbA1c 42–47 mmol/mol (6.0–6.4%)?

    Recommendation ID PH38/2 Question Identification and monitoring:- What are the demographic characteristics and rates of progression to

  5. Identification and monitoring:- What are the most effective and cost-effective methods of increasing uptake of type 2 diabetes risk assessments and monitoring among those at greatest risk? Those at greatest risk include people from lower socioeconomic and black and minority ethnic groups, and those aged 75 or over.

    Recommendation ID PH38/3 Question Identification and monitoring:- What are the most effective and cost-effective methods of increasing

  6. Identification and monitoring:- Which combination of risk-assessment tools and blood tests (HbA1c or fasting plasma glucose [FPG]) are most cost effective and effective at identifying and assessing the risk of type 2 diabetes among populations at high risk? In addition, how frequently should testing take place to be efficient? How does effectiveness and cost effectiveness vary for different black and minority ethnic groups, for example, African-Caribbean and black African; people aged 18–40, people aged 75 and over, and for high-risk vulnerable adults?

    Recommendation ID PH38/1 Question Identification and monitoring:- Which combination of risk-assessment tools and blood tests (HbA1c or