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Clinical Guidelines in Urological Management

Ohshima, S., Hirao, Y. (Eds.)

2003, XI, 130 p. 16 illus.

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  • About this book

The twenty-first century will be the era of the market economy, a century char­ acterized by the penetration of market forces into every social field, even into government activities, education, and medical care. Guidelines for the provision of clinical care have been developed in recent years chiefly in American health-care services, which are the most thoroughly exposed to the market economy. The problem of escalating medical costs in the United States led the government and consumer groups to introduce clinical practice guidelines. Guidelines were introduced to control medical costs and quality. Initially, guidelines were developed mainly on the consumer side, but professionals, too, soon recognized the importance of clinical practice guidelines. The involvement of diverse groups in the development of guidelines has inten­ sified the need to create and improve scientific methods for drawing up those guidelines. Owing to the development of systematic and structured abstraction methods, evidence-based guidelines have been proposed. Principally, guidelines are a sum­ mary of published treatments created by statistical analysis of clinical outcomes.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Benign prostate hyperlasia - Clinical guidelines - Ureteral calculi - Ureteropelvic junction obstruction - Urological management - urology

Related subjects » Urology

Table of contents 

Developing Clinical Practice Guidelines.- Evaluation of Clinical Practice Guidelines.- Fundamentals and Role of Clinical Pathway in Clinical Guidelines: Application of a Clinical Pathway for Transurethral Resection of the Prostate.- Technical Evaluation and Its Ethics for New Interventional Treatment.- Issues in Clinical Studies for Development of Medical Devices in Japan.- Clinical Practice Guideline for Benign Prostate Hyperplasia in Japan.- Standard Treatment Modality for Ureteral Calculi.- Review of the Clinical Guidelines for Staghorn Calculi.- Standard Treatment Modality for Ureteropelvic Junction Obstruction.- Standard Treatment Modality for Female Stress Incontinence.

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