For further information on the SDCEP guidance development process please click here or contact the SDCEP office ([email protected]).
During the development process, potential barriers to the implementation of this guidance were identified.
The guidance is based on a review of available evidence and the opinion of dental and medical experts and experienced practitioners and has been subject to open consultation prior to finalising for publication.
The methodology used for the development of this guidance, including details of the evidence search strategy, evidence appraisals and information about conflict of interests can be found in the Anticoagulants Guidance Development Methodology document.
A Guidance Implementation Summary of information about these is provided. NICE has accredited the process used by the Scottish Dental Clinical Effectiveness Programme to produce its guidance.
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The World Health Organization estimates that 16.7 million people around the globe die of cardiovascular disease (CVD) each year.The Healthcare Infection Control Practices Advisory Committee (HICPAC) is a federal advisory committee chartered to provide advice and guidance to CDC regarding the practice of infection control and strategies for surveillance, prevention, and control of healthcare-associated infections, antimicrobial resistance, and related events in United States healthcare settings.A NHS Education for Scotland webinar about the guidance can be viewed by following the link.Information about the newer generation anticoagulants and antiplatelet drugs as well as the more established medications is included.The guidance is aimed primarily at dentists, hygienists and therapists in primary care dental practice and will also be of relevance to the secondary care dental service, those involved in dental education and undergraduate trainees.