New clinical guidelines published in Russia in December 2021

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Jan 2022

In Russia, standards of medical care are approved on the basis of the clinical guidelines and include average frequencies of the provision of procedures, devices, and drugs. In December 2021, nineteen clinical guidelines on several standards of medical care were released. 

New clinical guidelines that were published in December 2021 include:

  • Migraine in adults developed by the collaboration of the All-Russian Society of Neurologists and Interregional public organization "Russian Headache Research Society" (link);
  • Tension headache in adults developed by the collaboration of the All-Russian Society of Neurologists and Interregional public organization "Russian Headache Research Society" (link);
  • Pulmonary atresia with a ventricular septal defect in children developed by the collaboration of the Association of Cardiovascular Surgeons of Russia, All-Russian Public Organization "Association of Pediatric Cardiologists of Russia", Russian Scientific Society of Specialists in X-ray Endovascular Diagnostics and Treatment (link);
  • Congenital supravalvular aortic stenosis in children developed by the Association of Cardiovascular Surgeons of Russia (link);
  • Tetralogy of Fallot in children developed by the collaboration of the Association of Cardiovascular Surgeons of Russia, All-Russian Public Organization "Association of Pediatric Cardiologists of Russia", Russian Scientific Society of Specialists in X-ray Endovascular Diagnostics and Treatment (link);
  • Ascariasis in children developed by the collaboration of the International Public Organization "Euro-Asian Society for Infectious Diseases", Interregional Public Organization "Association of Infectious Diseases Physicians of St. Petersburg and Leningrad Region" (link);
  • Salmonellosis in children developed by the collaboration of the International Public Organization "Euro-Asian Society for Infectious Diseases", Interregional Public Organization "Association of Infectious Diseases Physicians of St. Petersburg and Leningrad Region" (link);
  • Scheuermann's disease in children and adults developed by the Association of Traumatologists-Orthopedists of Russia (link);
  • Proximal Radius (Radial Neck) Fractures in adults developed by the Association of Traumatologists-Orthopedists of Russia (link);
  • Distal radius fracture in adults developed by the Association of Traumatologists-Orthopedists of Russia (link);
  • Radial shaft fracture in adults developed by the Association of Traumatologists-Orthopedists of Russia (link);
  • Gastritis and duodenitis in adults developed by the collaboration of the Russian Gastroenterological Association, the Russian Endoscopic Society (RENDO) (link);
  • Atrioventricular septal defect (atrioventricular canal) in children and adults developed by the collaboration of the Association of Cardiovascular Surgeons of Russia and All-Russian public organization "Association of Pediatric Cardiologists of Russia" (link);
  • Total anomalous pulmonary venous return in children developed by the Association of Cardiovascular Surgeons of Russia (link);
  • Erectile dysfunction in adults developed by the All-Russian public organization "Russian Society of Urologists" (link);
  • Foreign body in the digestive tract in children and adults developed by the collaboration of the Russian Endoscopic Society (RENDO), Russian Society of Surgeons, Russian Association of Pediatric Surgeons, All-Russian public organization promoting the development of X-ray diagnostics and therapy, and Russian Society of Endoscopic Surgeons (link);
  • Alcoholic liver disease (ALD) in adults developed by the collaboration of the All-Russian public organization "Russian Scientific Medical Society of Physicians" and Gastroenterological Scientific Society of Russia (link);
  • Congenital hypothyroidism in children developed by Russian Association of Endocrinologists (link);
  • Copper metabolism disorders (Wilson's disease) in children and adults developed by the collaboration of the Association of Medical Geneticists, Union of Pediatricians of Russia, Non-profit Partnership "National Society for the Study of Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders", Russian Transplant Society, Autonomous Non-profit Organization "Society of Pediatric Gastroenterologists, Hepatologists and Nutritionists", National Association of Pediatric Rehabilitation Therapists (link).

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