Diagnosis guidelines for cystic fibrosis
Differential diagnosis is key to identifying patients suffering from cystic fibrosis in the early phase of the disorder. International diagnostic guidelines and diagnosis algorithms can help treating physicians to become more proficient in recognising such patients.
This is non-exhaustive list
Best practice guidelines by the European Cystic Fibrosis Society (ECFS), 2018
This guideline is a revision of the ECFS best practice guidelines published in 2014, updating standards for best practice in key aspects of cystic fibrosis care.
A European consensus for the evaluation and management of infants with an equivocal diagnosis following newborn screening for cystic fibrosis, 2008
Treatment guidelines and recommendations are an important source of information for physicians to improve practice.
Cystic Fibrosis Screen Positive, Inconclusive Diagnosis (CFSPID): A new designation for infants, 2015
This publication provides new designation and statements to guide the management of infants with CFSPID through a robust international Delphi process. These statements can be a valuable tool for cystic fibrosis teams and aims to improve the consistency of management of these infants.
Diagnosis of cystic fibrosis in adults
This Cystic Fibrosis Foundation video shows what it is like to be diagnosed with cystic fibrosis as an adult, the symptoms of cystic fibrosis in adulthood and the unique challenges of a late diagnosis.
Brazilian guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of cystic fibrosis, 2017
These guidelines from Grupo Brasileiro de Estudos de Fibrose Cística aggregate key scientific evidence to guide the management of patients across Brazil.