The guideline app is your source for interactive clinical tools derived from the content of many of the Endocrine Society’s guidelines, patient information, clinician education modules as well as full-text guidelines.
Resources added in July 2018:
Testosterone Therapy in Men
SI Unit Converter
Plus access to:
Diagnosis of Cushing's Syndrome
Functional Hypothalamic Amenorrhea
Treatment of Gender Dysphoric/Gender Incongruent Persons
Diabetes Technology—Continuous Subcutaneous Infusion Therapy and Continuous Glucose Monitoring in Adults
Pediatric Obesity—Assessment, Treatment and Prevention
Hormonal Replacement in Hypopituitarism in Adults
Diabetes and Pregnancy
Evaluation and Management of Adult Hypoglycemic Disorders
Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease and Type 2 Diabetes in Patients at Metabolic Risk
Pharmacological Management of Obesity
Management of Hyperglycemia in Hospitalized Patients in Non-critical Care Setting
Endocrine and Nutritional Management of the Post-Bariatric Surgery Patient
Over 35 reasons to download the Endocrine Society’s clinical practice guidelines mobile app
Did you know that thirteen of the Endocrine Society’s clinical practice guidelines are available on mobile app? Or that our app contains more than 35 interactive tools to help clinicians at the point of care? Do you need a point-of-care tool to help you make treatment decisions for individuals with gender dysphoria/incongruence that are in line with our guideline’s treatment recommendations? If you do, the app has one. If you need a tool to help you determine whether your patient with diabetes is a good candidate for an insulin pump, the app has one. Do you need a quick way to identify alternative drugs to prescribe to your patients with obesity which are not associated with weight gain? We have a tool for that as well!
The app also includes traditional tools such as those for calculating BMI, or the Framingham Risk Score. However, if more than 35 interactive clinical tools are not enough of an enticement to download the app, you will also find links to patient resources on thirteen endocrine topics which you can use in your practice, as well as clinical education modules and live program sessions – some with CME attached to them. Each of the topics has an Executive Summary from which you can access a list of the guideline’s recommendations and, if you want to read the guideline itself as published, a link to the full guideline is on the home page of each topic.