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The Standard Treatment Guidelines (STG) is a profile of thematic presentation of various medical conditions and existing treatment modalities practiced worldwide. It is a systematically developed method to assist Medical Practitioners and other health care providers in making decisions for specific clinical episodes.

This initiative by TNHSP is an important component of its efforts at improving quality in health care. A team of experts from renowned Medical Colleges of Tamilnadu have contributed significantly in compiling this document, especially the various anecdotes, clinical methodology, diagnostic tools, cross references and current practices. An algorithmic approach to the management of the common clinical conditions will help significantly to save precicous time in decision making. The aim of this document is to enable uniformity and rational prescriptions and an attitudinal change to tackle emergencies, epidemics and other health related issues across the state in a better manner.

The guidelines have been peer-reviewed by the faculty at Christian Medical College, Vellore and suggestions were incorporated with the concurrence of the STG Committee.

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