Guideline section

Written by Amar Puttanna on 14 July 2016. Modified on 09 April 2017. Hits: 15011

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Below are links to various guidelines freely available on the internet. This is by no means complete and links may become broken from time to time. This is mainly for use as a resource for easy access to those revising or for a quick update between clinic patients!



Endocrine Society Guidelines - all can be downloaded here if you sign up (free).


Diagnosis of Cushing's syndrome                     

Treatment of Cushing's syndrome

Primary hyperaldosteronism

Phaeochromocytoma and paraganglioma

Primary Adrenal Insufficiency

Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia

Primary Hyperparathyroidism

Paget's disease

Osteoporosis in men

Thyroid dysfunction in pregnancy and post partum

Treatment of transexual patients

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Hirsutism in pre-menopausal women

Testosterone therapy 

Treatment of menopause symptoms 

Evaluation and management of adult hypoglycaemia


Post bariatric surgery management



Pituitary incidentaloma

Adult growth hormone deficiency 

ESE guidelines on hyponatraemia

EUGOGO guidelines on thyroid eye disease

Vitamin D National Osteoporosis Society guidance


Society for Endocrinology


Pituitary apoplexy  (emergency guide here)

Acute hypercalcaemia

Acute hypocalcaemia

Acute hyponatraemia 

Acute adrenal insufficiency (crisis) 

British Thyroid Association


Thyroid function tests

Primary hypothyroidism (areas of doubt)

Thyroid cancer


NICE guidelines


 Diabetes in children and young people

Diabetes in pregnancy

Type 1 diabetes in adults

Type 2 diabetes in adults

Diabetic foot prevention and management

Islet cell transplantation

Hyperglycaemia in ACS

Familial hypercholesterolaemia


JBDS guidelines


Hypoglycaemia management

DKA management 

HHS management

Management of patients undergoing surgery   (summary statement here)

Management in enteral feeding 

Steroid induced hyperglycaemia

Variable rate insulin infusion

Management on the haemodialysis unit





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