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Use of Anti-D
Valid To: 01/07/2023
Publication Type: Procedures
All clinical staff working in the Women and Children Care Group to provide evidence based guidance in the management of the bladder in the postoperative period following uncomplicated benign gynaecological surgery
Valid To: 19/06/2023
Publication Type: Guidelines
Cervical sample taker requirements. Keywords: Cervical samples/ sample taker requirements/ NHSCSP
Valid To: 03/02/2024
Publication Type: Procedures
Guidance for gynaecologists, obstetricians and nurses in the management of ectopic pregnancy
Valid To: 09/01/2023
Publication Type: Guidelines
All clinical staff working in the Women and Children's Care Group to provide evidence based guidance in the management of excessive vaginal bleeding
Valid To: 17/06/2023
Publication Type: Guidelines
Outpatient Hysteroscopy Quality Standards
Valid To: 19/05/2023
Publication Type: Guidelines
Guidance for clinicians on the inpatient management of women with suspected advanced ovarian cancer
Valid To: 08/06/2023
Publication Type: Guidelines
Guideline for all clinical staff working in the Women and Children's Care Group to provide evidence based guidance in the management of miscarriages.Keywords: Couples treatment/ recurrent miscarriage
Valid To: 23/07/2023
Publication Type: Guidelines
All clinical staff working in the Women and Children Care Group to provide evidence based guidance in the management of miscarriages. Keywords: Miscarriage/ MVA/ ERPC bleeding/ early pregnancy/ misoprostol
Valid To: 13/08/2023
Publication Type: Guidelines
Guidance for gynaecologists, obstetricians and nurses in the management of pain and bleeding in early pregnancy
Valid To: 19/11/2021
Publication Type: Guidelines
All clinical staff working in the Women and Children Care Group to provide evidence based guidance in the management of MVA for Miscarriage and Retained Pregnancy Tissue.Keywords: Manual Vacuum Aspiration/ MVA/ Miscarriage
Valid To: 13/08/2023
Publication Type: Guidelines
For all clinical staff working in the Division of women, children & sexual health to provide evidence based guidance on the management of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
Valid To: 06/02/2022
Publication Type: Guidelines
To give guidance for the safe and appropriate use of Penthrox in ambulatory procedures in gynaecology.
Valid To: 08/06/2023
Publication Type: Guidelines
All clinical staff working in the Women and Children's Care Group to provide evidence based guidance in the management of persistent bleeding following pregnancy
Valid To: 18/06/2023
Publication Type: Guidelines
This guideline applies to people presenting to with suspected endometrial cancer in Primary and Secondary Care. It encompasses their management from presentation through to the point of excluding or diagnosing endometrial cancer.
Valid To: 20/01/2024
Publication Type: Guidelines
All clinical staff working in the Women and Children Care Group to provide evidence based guidance in the management of pregnancies of unknown location
Valid To: 17/06/2023
Publication Type: Guidelines
Guidance for staff on the safe entry and quality standards for gynaecological laparoscopy
Valid To: 18/03/2023
Publication Type: Guidelines
Guidance for sentinel lymph-node biopsy in endometrial cancer
Valid To: 08/06/2023
Publication Type: Guidelines
Quality Standards for Surgical Abortion
Valid To: 20/05/2023
Publication Type: Guidelines
Guidance for follow-up strategy for gynaecological cancer dependent on type, stage and grade
Valid To: 08/06/2023
Publication Type: Guidelines
The Initial Management of Ovarian Cysts After the Menopause
Valid To: 31/01/2023
Publication Type: Guidelines
This guideline applies to all patients referred to for assessment of their uterine cervix, and the staff involved in their healthcare. The provision of a dedicated clinic for patients with possible abnormalities of the cervix (some of which may represent serious pathology such as cervical cancer) ensures that all patients are seen within two weeks of referral, achieving equality of access for all, regardless of the route of referral. Ensuring that patients are seen by clinicians with an appropriate skill set means that consultations are responsive to patients' concerns and needs. The one-stop model reduces fragmentation of care and delay, whilst promoting efficiency and protecting scare healthcare resource.Keywords: Abnormal cervix/ post-coital bleeding/ one-stop cervical assessment/ rapid access clinic/ two- week wait clinic
Valid To: 17/03/2024
Publication Type: Guidelines
The management of two-week wait referrals for suspected ovarian cancer
Valid To: 17/03/2024
Publication Type: Mobile Guidelines
This guideline will provide evidence based guidance on the Use of 'Word' Catheters for the treatment of Bartholin's abscesses/cyst
Valid To: 18/11/2022
Publication Type: Guidelines

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