The objective of this guide is to understand and detect this disorder, evaluate it correctly and propose therapeutic and strategic objectives. To this end, it defines the disorder, its diagnostic criteria, provides information on the assessment instruments to use and offers a variety of different treatment options.
The guide therefore aims to help professionals and patients take decisions on the most appropriate treatments and to select the most suitable diagnostic or therapeutic options to tackle a specific health problem or clinical condition.
The main objective of this guide is to improve clinical care for people affected by depression who are attended by the Murcia Health Service. In order to do so, specific guides on primary care have been reviewed to generate evidence-based recommendations.
Depressive disorders are increasingly important and rank as the fifth most common disease. This guide defines the concept of depression, its epidemiology, classification, action plan and treatment.
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.
The main objective of this guide is to resolve queries that arise among healthcare professionals, friends and family members when considering and evaluating their situation and the suffering related to fibromyalgia. To this end, it provides the definition, symptomatology, causes, treatments and recommendations from general medicine and nursing practice.
The guide aims to modify the misperceptions about fibromyalgia with real facts, paying particular attention to its treatment from a pharmacological, cognitive behavioural and physiotherapeutic point of view.
The objective of this guide is to inform and assist families and sufferers of these diseases so that they can achieve a better quality of life as patients and as people. It contains all information of interest on fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome as well as their definitions, symptoms, causes, treatments and recommendations to make day-to-day life easier and improve the quality of life of these people.
The ten golden rules of the Spanish Rheumatology Society (SER) are included with guidelines and useful advice for those affected by fibromyalgia.
This guide is useful in preventing families from giving in and/or tiring of the role of carer.
It proposes an effective intervention programme through the Problem Solving Technique with the aim of decreasing the symptoms of anxiety, depression and increasing the well-being perceived in the carer at the beginning, during and at the end of the care process.
This guide aims to help teachers of students with neuromuscular disease better understand the challenges faced by children and adolescents affected by degenerative muscle disease.
It suggests strategies to improve the educational experience of the student at an academic and social level starting from a foundation of help, support and motivation to become involved in activities.
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 the definitions and classification of abdominal pain as well as its characteristic physiopathology.
It contains the general and specific methodology in the diagnostic approximation of this functional disorder and its treatment from a biopsychosocial perspective by means of cognitive behavioural therapy.
The objective of this guide is to provide doctors not specialising in pain with a set of instructions for the treatment of neuropathies, as data indicate that although neuropathic pain affects 5% of the population, there are no related protocols.