This clinical practice guide aims to set out the general principles for improving clinical efficiency and quality of the care and to provide sufficient information to facilitate the decision-making process for doctors and patients.

This diagnosis and treatment guide for migraines will help relieve symptoms, improve quality of life and reduce the socioeconomic impact of this condition.

This guide aims to facilitate the detection of cephalalgia (tension, organic and migraine) in children. To this end, it provides useful information such as risk factors, characteristics and warning symptoms.

It offers guidelines to parents to aid in the prevention of headaches and to doctors to help in their detection, diagnosis and treatment.

This guide provides general information on fever, advising parents of the importance of remaining calm and of understanding it as a sign or indicator to control other infections or illnesses.

It includes basic information such as the definition of fever, guidelines for correctly taking a child’s temperature, what to do when a child has a fever and when it is appropriate to seek urgent care.

This guide gives detailed information regarding primary headaches, focusing on their classification and on degrees of intensity.

It also makes reference to how these headaches manifest clinically, their diagnosis and subsequent treatment, bearing in mind differing indications so treatment can be adjusted to meet the needs of each patient.

This guide provides general recommendations and information to help make the best decisions with regard to migraines. It describes the general principles to ensure clinical efficiency as well as quality care.

It allows for appropriate diagnoses and treatments to achieve symptom relief and thereby improve patients’ quality of life and reduce economic impact.

This is a pharmaceutical guide for healthcare professionals. It highlights the importance of differentiating between primary headaches and the signs of another illness, considering that headaches often accompany other acute processes.

It differentiates between the various subtypes, such as acute headaches, recurring (migraine and tension headaches) and chronic progressive headaches. It also makes reference to diagnosis and treatment.