Evidence-Based Prescribing

Our medical guidelines are formulated based on recent research published in peer-reviewed journals, ensuring evidence-based prescribing practices.

Guideline Based Medication Treatments

All medication prescribing for patients is based on research and doctors, pharmacists and other healthcare professionals use the published research to make clinical decisions on what medications to prescribe to patients. 

Guidelines summarize recent changes in research and help make it concise for doctors, pharmacists and other healthcare professionals to make decisions on what medications will work best for the patients. 

We make sure that your medications are suitable for your conditions when provide information.

Guidelines in Rheumatoid Arthritis and Osteoarthritis

November 11, 2018

In “Guidelines in Rheumatoid Arthritis and Osteoarthritis” (11/08/18), Ashoka Benedict Gomes presents an in-depth analysis of current treatment strategies for these conditions. The study focuses on evidence-based approaches, offering valuable insights for healthcare professionals. Gomes emphasizes the importance of optimizing patient outcomes through effective management practices.

Guidelines in Diabetes

November 11, 2018

In the study “Guidelines for Diabetes,” the author provides a comprehensive overview of the latest recommendations for managing diabetes. The paper focuses on evidence-based strategies for diagnosis, treatment, and lifestyle modifications, highlighting the importance of individualized care. The guidelines aim to improve patient outcomes and quality of life by addressing the complexities of diabetes management.

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