The goal of this consensus initiated by the European Crohn’s and Colitis Organisation [ECCO] and European Society of Colo-Proctology [ESCP] was to establish European consensus guidelines for the surgical treatment of Crohn’s disease [CD].
The following guidelines have been produced in response to the changing ethical and legal background against which anaesthetists, and also intensivists and pain specialists , currently work, while retaining the key principles of...
This document is about guidance for commissioning reconstructive procedures, post massive weight loss and is based on the best available evidence.
We propose an integrated and adaptable approach to improve patient care and clinical outcomes through analgesia and light sedation, initiated early during an episode of critical illness and as a priority of care.
This review has been prepared to assist the multidisciplinary Intensive Care (ICU) team determine the best sedative regimen for their patients.
Management of severe perioperative bleeding: Guidelines from the European Society of Anaesthesiology.
The aims of severe perioperative bleeding management are three-fold. First, preoperative identification by anamesis and laboratory testing of those patients for whom the perioperative bleeding risk may be increased...
Evidence and consensus based guideline for the management of delirium, analgesia, and sedation in intensive care medicine. Revision 2015 (DAS-Guideline 2015) - short version
It represents a guide to symptom-oriented prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of delirium, anxiety, stress, and protocol-based analgesia, sedation, and sleep-management in intensive care medicine.
Clinical practice guidelines for the management of pain, agitation, and delirium in adult patients in the intensive care unit
Objective: To revise the "Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Sustained Use of Sedatives and Analgesics in the Critically Ill Adult" published in Critical Care Medicine in 2002.
British Committee for Standards in Haematology Guidelines on the Identification and Management of Pre-Operative Anaemia
Pre-operative anaemia may significantly affect patient outcomes. Anaemic patients are at increased risk of transfusion, mortality and major morbidity, in proportion to the severity of anaemia
Guidelines are presented for the organisational and clinical peri-operative management of anaesthesia and surgery for patients who are obese, along with a summary of the problems that obesity may cause peri-operatively.