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  • Expert Consensus of Standard Diagnosis and Treatment Technology on Pulmonary Echinococcosis

    The high incidence of hydatid disease in seven northwestern provinces, is one of the reason of "Poverty due to illness, and return poverty due to illness" in China. The incidence of chest hydatid disease in China after hepatic hydatid disease ranks second. Department of thoracic surgery in the First Affiliated Hospital of Xinjiang Medical University is on the domestic leading position of the treatment of chest hydatid disease. Since 1956 the first case of pulmonary hydatid cyst were completed, we have successfully finished the surgical treatment of pediatric chest hydatid disease, chest hydatid disease complex, huge pulmonary hydatid cyst, mediastinal and pleural hydatid cyst, and rib hydatid in our department. To further standardize the treatment of chest hydatid disease, a special formulation of "technical specification for chest hydatid disease diagnosis expert consensus" by our department were produced, in order to help clinicians treat chest hydatid disease by more suitable strategies. This consensus was released in July 2015, for the original version. The definition, diagnosis, treatment principle, and prevention of chest hydatid disease were elaborated and clinical experiences of 60 years were combined with in this consensus, in order to help the clinicians for diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of hydatid disease.

    Release date:2016-10-02 04:56 Export PDF Favorites Scan
  • Chinese expert consensus on home nutrition administration for the elderly (version 2017)

    Release date:2017-11-21 03:49 Export PDF Favorites Scan
  • China expert consensus on home nutrition administration for elderly patients with dysphagia (version 2018)

    Release date:2018-06-20 02:05 Export PDF Favorites Scan
  • Quality assessment of clinical practice guidelines and expert consensus for chronic heart failure

    ObjectiveTo evaluate the methodological quality of clinical practice guidelines and expert consensus of chronic heart failure domestically and abroad.MethodsPubMed, EMbase, SinoMed, CNKI, WanFang Data, and VIP databases, and related websites were searched to collect guidelines and expert consensus on chronic heart failure published from January 1st, 2011 to December 31st, 2020. Four reviewers evaluated the methodological quality of the guidelines and expert consensus with the AGREE Ⅱ tool after the consistency evaluation training.ResultsA total of 17 studies were included (consisting of 11 English and 6 Chinese studies). The recommended levels were B level (recommend after modification) for 10 studies and C level (not recommended) for 7 studies. The AGREE Ⅱ standardized mean scores for various fields were 69.61% (scope and purpose), 34.20% (stakeholder involvement), 33.13% (rigor of development), 84.53% (clarity and presentation), 42.40% (applicability), and 37.09% (editorial independence). The methodological quality of English guidelines was generally high (level B for 10 and level C for 1), while all scores of Chinese guidelines or consensus in the 6 fields were mostly lower than the average (level C for 6).ConclusionsThe guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of chronic heart failure requires further improvement in terms of stakeholder involvement and rigor of development. It should develop standards and methods to improve the quality for Chinese guidelines and expert consensus to better serve clinical practice.

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  • Expert consensus on pneumoconiosis rehabilitation (2021 version)

    Pneumoconiosis is the most harmful and common occupational disease in China. The development of a pneumoconiosis rehabilitation expert consensus can improve utilization of the unique advantages of Chinese and Western medicine rehabilitation strategies, and provide effective and feasible guidance for the clinical rehabilitation of pneumoconiosis. We conducted clinical problem investigation, evidence collection and evaluation, Delphi consultation, and other technical links following the WHO guidelines to formulate manual procedures. Relevant rehabilitation guidelines, systematic reviews, clinical researches, and other current best evidence and expert opinions were extensively solicited to formulate the consensus. The reporting of consensus followed the RIGHT statement. The 14 types of rehabilitation strategies recommended by this consensus can be used by clinical rehabilitation physicians, rehabilitation therapists, respiratory therapists, nursing staff, community rehabilitation, health education, and other professionals for the rehabilitation of pneumoconiosis patients.

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