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Health Improvement Scotland Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network
Management of stable angina
This booklet explains:
What stable angina is.
What treatments are available.
What happens if diagnosed with stable angina and another operation is required.
It explains the recommendations in a clinical guideline, produced by the Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN), about getting assessed and treated for stable angina.
Children and young people exposed prenatally to alcohol
In Scotland, alcohol consumption in women of childbearing age is common and is recognised as a significant public health issue. It is estimated that approximately 3.2% of babies born in the UK are affected by fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD), which is three to four times the rate of autism, meaning that as many as 172 000 people could be affected by the disorder in Scotland.
This guideline provides evidence-based recommendations on measurement of alcohol consumption in pregnancy and consensus-based recommendations on:
Identification of children at risk of FASD.
Criteria for diagnosis and use of FASD as a descriptor.
Sentinel facial features.
The multidisciplinary …
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