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Table 1 Characteristics of eligible guidelines

From: A systematic review and quality assessment of complementary and alternative medicine recommendations in insomnia clinical practice guidelines

Guideline Country (First Author) Developer CAM Category Guideline Topic
Lam 2019 [32] Hong Kong Hong Kong Baptist University Herbal treatments and Chinese medicine Chinese medicine for cancer palliative care: pain, constipation, and insomnia
Silvestri 2019 [33] Italy Italian Association of Sleep Medicine Melatonin Pharmacologic & nonpharmacologic treatments for menopausal sleep disorders
Gupta 2017 [34] India Dept. of Psychiatry and Sleep Medicine, Himalayan Institute of Medical Science Herbal, hypnotics, and mindfulness based stress relaxation Pharmacologic & nonpharmacologic treatments for sleep disorders
Riemann 2017 [35] Germany European Sleep Research Society Herbal medicine, acupuncture, yoga, chiropractic, homeopathy, mindfulness-based stress relaxation Diagnosis & treatment of insomnia
Sateia 2017 [36] United States American Academy of Sleep Medicine None Pharmacologic treatment of insomnia
Qaseem 2016 [37] United States American College of Physicians Acupuncture; Chinese herbal medicine Pharmacologic & nonpharmacologic management & treatment of insomnia
Denlinger 2014 [38] United States National Comprehensive Cancer Network Physical activity/yoga Treatment & management of sleep disorders
Howell 2013 [39] Canada Cancer Journey Advisory Group of the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer Herbal medicine, acupuncture, yoga, hypnotherapy, chiropractic, homeopathy, mindfulness-based stress relaxation Treatment of sleep disturbances in cancer patients
Pinto 2010 [40] Brazil The Brazilian Sleep Association None Diagnosis and treatment of insomnia
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