Publications by authors named "Ainol Haniza Kherul Anuwar"

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Malaysian clinical practice guidelines for management of diabetic foot: A synopsis for the primary care physician.

Malays Fam Physician 2021 Mar 17;16(1):103-113. Epub 2021 Feb 17.

MD (UKM) MPH (Epid) (UM), Malaysia Health Technology, Assessment Section (MaHTAS), Medical Development Division, Ministry of Health Malaysia, Putrajaya, Malaysia.

Diabetic foot requires careful attention and coordinated management by a dedicated team. Screening, prevention, adequate assessment, and appropriate referral are crucial to prevent complications. Multimodal treatment and rehabilitation are recommended to ensure a better quality of life and reduction of amputation rate in people with diabetic foot.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.51866/cpg0001DOI Listing
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8088751PMC
March 2021

Developing Clinical Practice Guidelines for Dental Caries Management for the Malaysian Population through the ADAPTE Trans-Contextual Adaptation Process.

Oral Health Prev Dent 2021 Jan;19(1):217-227

Purpose: To develop an evidence-based Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) on caries management for the Malaysian population using the ADAPTE trans-contextual adaptation framework.

Materials And Methods: A systematic search was conducted to identify all CPGs related to caries management on guideline repository websites and other platforms. The search findings were screened and the quality of the identified guidelines was evaluated using the AGREE II tool. The currency and the content of the recommendations were assessed by multidisciplinary experts for local adaptation.

Results: Following an extensive assessment, six high-quality CPGs were selected for adaptation. Subsequent to the content assessment, the multidisciplinary experts agreed to adopt 24 recommendations, adapt 55, and exclude two recommendations. The adaptation process generated 21 recommendations for caries management in Malaysia. The formulation of the final evidence-based recommendations for caries management in Malaysia was based on the feedback given by the external reviewers.

Conclusion: The use of the trans-contextual adaptation process is feasible for the development of local guidelines when there are scarce resources and insufficient local evidence. The involvement of the multidisciplinary experts ensures the comprehensiveness of the CPG in terms of its quality and validity and subsequently promotes adherence and ownership of the CPG at the local settings.
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January 2021