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Evidence-based recommendations on prosthetic intervertebral disc replacement in the cervical spine. This involves removing the damaged disc and inserting an artificial disc in its place.
This guideline covers diagnosing and managing myalgic encephalomyelitis (or encephalopathy)/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) in children, young people and adults. It aims to improve awareness and understanding about ME/CFS and when to suspect it, so that people are diagnosed earlier. It includes recommendations on diagnosis, assessment and care planning, safeguarding, access to care and managing ME/CFS and its symptoms.
This guideline covers providing integrated health and social care services for people experiencing homelessness. It aims to improve access to and engagement with health and social care, and ensure care is coordinated across different services.
Evidence-based recommendations on partial replacement of the meniscus of the knee using a biodegradable scaffold. This involves placing a biodegradable implant into the meniscus to support regrowth and repair of the damage.
What is the clinical and cost effectiveness of additional intensive physiotherapy and/or occupational therapy (for example, progressive...
Interim methods guide for developing service guidance 2014
The NICE real-world evidence framework aims to improve the quality of real-world evidence informing our guidance. The framework does not set minimum standards for the acceptability of evidence. The framework is mainly targeted at those developing evidence to inform NICE guidance. It is also relevant to patients, those collecting data, and reviewers of evidence
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- Introduction to real-world evidence in NICE decision making
- Conduct of quantitative real-world evidence studies
- Assessing data suitability
- Methods for real-world studies of comparative effects
- Appendix 1 - Data Suitability Assessment Tool (DataSAT)
- Appendix 2 - Reporting on methods used to minimise risk of bias
- Appendix 3 - Reporting information for selected analytical methods
People who have had a stroke and who have continuing impairment or limitations on their activities should be offered additional rehabilitation to help them recover, NICE has said in updated guidance published today.
People with low back pain could be offered apps to help them manage their condition after seven digital technologies were recommended by NICE in draft guidance.
Five promising technologies that could help improve symptoms and quality of life for people with Parkinson’s disease have been conditionally recommended by NICE.
Women should be offered the treatment option of their choice, in discussion with their clinician