THE IMPORTANCE OF CLINICAL GUIDELINES «HEARING LOSS, NOISE-INDUCED» (SECOND REVISION, 2018) FOR PRACTICAL PUBLIC HEALTH
The article reflects the main sections of Clinical guidelines «Hearing loss, noise-induced» (second revision) included in the Rubric of Clinical guidelines of the Ministry of health of the Russian Federation in 2018, CG609 and aimed at streamlining and unification of actions in clinical diagnostic and expert work. The purpose of the of research is to help the practitioner in making the right decision on the assessment of health, treatment of hearing loss caused by industrial noise, on the basis of evidence-based step-by-step protocols. Material and methods. The subject of the development of the CG609 were high rates of occupational hearing loss in employees of “noise-hazardous” industries, classified as “Professional sensorineural hearing loss”. Results. The structure of the CG609 is presented, the importance of unified approaches to the diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation, prevention, examination of the relationship of the disease of the hearing with the profession and aptitude is shown. The criteria of evidence and credibility of specific recommendations are given. Discussion. CG609 are created on the generally accepted, repeatedly approved methodology of development of SIGN (2014) guaranteeing reliability of recommendations, generalization of the best world experience and modern knowledge, applicability in practice and convenience in use. The use of high-quality clinical guidelines makes it possible to introduce into medical practice the most effective medical technologies, to refuse unreasonable and unsafe interventions and to improve the quality of medical care. Conclusion. CG609 are required for the integrated interaction of specialists otolaryngologists, audiologists-otorhinolaryngologists, pathologists, physicians, occupational health, occupational medicine and all medical professionals involved in diagnostic and expert work of the assessment of hearing in workers «noise hazardous» professions.
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Fedina Irina N.
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