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Clinical Practice Guidelines or CPGs are guidelines produced by healthcare organization and professional bodies. CPGs are formal statement about defined tasks or functions in clinical practice, such as desirable diagnostic tests or the optimal treatment regimens for specific diagnoses; generally based on best available evidence.
Stedman, Thomas Lathrop, 1853-1938. (2008). Stedman's medical dictionary (6th ed., pp. 321). Philadelphia, P.A.:Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
National Clinical Guidelines are developed and introduced to help standardize; whenever possible, the management and treatment of patients across the Qatari healthcare system, whilst simultaneously optimising both outcome and resource utilisation.