NumberResearch recommendation
12What is the clinical and cost effectiveness of night-time oral baclofen or oral diazepam combined with physical therapy compared to physical therapy only in children and young people who are at GMFCS level I, II, III, IV or V?
13What is the clinical and cost effectiveness of night-time oral baclofen or oral diazepam combined with physical therapy and a night-time postural control system compared to physical therapy and a night-time postural control system only in children and young people who are at GMFCS level I, II, III, IV or V?
14What is the comparative clinical and cost effectiveness of oral trihexyphenidyl, levodopa and baclofen in improving pain, positioning, and motor skills in children and young people with significant dystonia as a symptom of their non-progressive brain disorder?

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Spasticity in Children and Young People with Non-Progressive Brain Disorders: Management of Spasticity and Co-Existing Motor Disorders and Their Early Musculoskeletal Complications.
NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 145.
National Collaborating Centre for Women's and Children's Health (UK).
London: RCOG Press; 2012 Jul.
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