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Northern Lincolnshire Shared Care Guidelines
These are the Shared Care Guidelines for Northern Lincolnshire. These demonstrate how the patient transition between secondary and primary care settings will take place and how correct stabilisation, monitoring and prescribing will take place to improve the outcome for patients. There will also be guidance on the structure of the interface between primary care administrated by the North Lincolnshire and the North East Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Groups and secondary care administrated by the Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust.Guidelines for the Prescribing Rifaximin for Hepatic Encephalopathy Ranolazine Prescribing Guidance Shared Care Guideline for the Treatment of Inflammatory Bowel Disease with Azathioprine or 6-Mercaptopurine in Adult Patients (DCM596)
Shared Care Guidelines for Rheumatic DiseasesAzathioprine SCF immunosuppression in Dermatology and Rheumatology Hydroxychloroquine Leflunomide Methotrexate Sulfasalazine
Shared Care Guidelines from NAVIGO (North East Lincolnshire)Lithium guidelines Shared Care Prescribing Guideline for the Pharmacological Treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Antipsychotic Depot Injections Adults Prescribing of oral antipsychotics Guideline for prescribing and monitoring of anticonvulsants used as mood stabilisers Treatment of Anxiety in Adults
The following pathways have been developed to assist therapeutic decisions and improve patient outcomes. Pathways are guidance documents that are designed to complement other resources. The up-to-date SPC, current BNF, NICE Guidance should be referred to. Professional judgement should always prevail before any medicine is prescribed.