SIGN guidelines withdrawn

The following SIGN guidelines have now been withdrawn, as they are over ten years old and the information they provide may not be in line with current policy/recommendations

SIGN guidelines withdrawn

The following SIGN guidelines have now been withdrawn, as they are over ten years old and the information they provide may not be in line with current policy/recommendations:

  • SIGN 89 Diagnosis and management of peripheral arterial disease (published October 2006)
  • SIGN 90 Diagnosis and management of head and neck cancer (published November 2006)
  • SIGN 91 Bronchiolitis in children (published November 2006)

SIGN guidelines are developed in response to requests received, from anyone with an interest in a particular subject. If you feel there is a need for a revised SIGN guideline covering any of the subjects listed above, please propose the topic to the SIGN Executive, by opening the following link and clicking the highlighted “proposal form” in the Application Forms section of the SIGN website.

A member of the SIGN team will be available to provide any help needed when completing the proposal form.


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