Pakistan’s Recommendations for Optimal Management of diabetes from Primary to Tertiary care level (PROMPT)

Revised edition of the National Clinical Practice Guidelines 1999

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These guidelines are solely designed to cover management of type 2 diabetes. Guidelines for special situations like type 1 diabetes, gestational diabetes, diabetes and Ramadan etc., to follow.

First National Practice Guidelines for Pakistan were published in 1999. They were very helpful in standardizing the management of type 2 diabetes. In view of important developments in the field of diabetes during the recent years, it was felt that 1999 National Clinical Practice Guidelines edited by Prof. A. Samad Shera should be revised. Also with rapidly increasing number of diabetic patients and the escalating burden on health economy, it is essential to develop a primary to secondary / tertiary care referral system.

These guidelines are developed after an extensive research and cover many aspects of diabetes management; however it is not our intention to present them as a text book of diabetes.

Objectives

1. Development of national guidelines for the management of diabetes with limited resources.
2. Development of referral guidelines to and from primary to secondary and tertiary care levels.

Tablen of Contents

CHAPTER 1    .... Introduction
CHAPTER 2    .... Factsheet
CHAPTER 3    .... Referal crieteria for different levels of care
CHAPTER 4    .... Non Pharmacological Management of Diabetes
CHAPTER 5    .... Pharmacological Management of Diabetes
CHAPTER 6    .... Acute Emergencies
CHAPTER 7    .... Microvascular complications
CHAPTER 8    .... Macrovascular complications
CHAPTER 9    .... Diabetic Foot
CHAPTER 10 .... Obesity

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Guidelines Revised edition of the National Clinical Practice Guidelines 1999


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