Easy to use clinical guidelines supported by
sound clinical evidence
EBM Guidelines follows the latest developments in clinical medicine and brings evidence
into practice. It is a key source of practical information for primary care and a powerful
tool refl ecting real clinical experience.
Unique, concise and easy-to-use, the guidelines provide the best available evidence with;
1,000 concise primary care practice
Over 2,700 high-quality evidence
summaries supporting the given
A library of high-quality
photographs and images.
All Cochrane Systematic Reviews
cited within EBM Guidelines are
provided in full text.
is available online,
via various mobile
devices, and in Print.
EBM Guidelines collects, summarises, and updates the
core clinical knowledge essential in general practice. The
guidelines also describe the scientifi c evidence underlying
the given treatment recommendations.
EBM Guidelines cover the following:
• Problem-based guidelines on a variety of symptoms
encountered in primary care.
• Disease-specifi c guidelines, including even quite rare diseases.
• Non-invasive primary care techniques and minor surgery as
well as in-patient care at non-specialist hospitals.
• Procedures not commonly carried out in general practice but
that can be performed after adequate training.
• Concise summaries of scientifi c evidence (based on
Cochrane reviews and DARE abstracts as well as other recent
• A brief summary of the scientifi c evidence whenever new
materials relevant to topics of primary care appear.
• An extensive collection of dermatological and eye images.
Scientifi c evidence underlying the guidelines
• Audio samples linked to articles
describing some pulmonary
diseases and heart murmurs in
(A sound card and earphones or
loudspeakers are required)
• Small computer programs for the
calculation of peak expiratory