New Society for Endocrinology Clinical Guidance published
29 Jun 2018
The Society for Endocrinology’s Clinical Committee has produced two new Clinical Guidance documents: a clinical guidance for the inpatient management of cranial diabetes insipidus, and an emergency guidance for the acute management of the endocrine complications of checkpoint inhibitor therapy. These documents are for health professionals and aim to provide guidance to adequately assess and manage the patient.
The Endocrine Emergency Guidance for the acute management of the endocrine complications of checkpoint inhibitor therapy is the first specialty-specific guidance with endocrinology, oncology and acute medicine input.
The Endocrine Guidance for inpatient management of cranial diabetes insipidus (CDI) offers treatment pathways for patients with known CDI admitted to hospital. Following these guidelines is essential for the safe management of patients with CDI.
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