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General anaethetic for children having CT or MRI scans
This page explains what to expect when your child has a general anaesthetic for a Computerised Tomography (CT) or a Magnetic Resonance Image (MRI) scan
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Breast Fine Needle Aspiration
If a lesion yields more than a minimal amount of fluid then the specimen is better treated as a cyst aspirate.
Emergency Department (A&E)
You can access urgent care 24-hours-a-day, every day of the year at our hospitals.
Supporting a person living with Dementia and their carer attending a Gloucestershire Hospitals Outpatient Department
Please ask a member of the clinic staff for a copy of this leaflet.
This may include scans, breathing tests and a procedure to take a tissue sample, called a biopsy.
eLibrary for patients, visitors and staff
Reading can be a mood booster and have a positive impact on your mental health.
Caring for a stress fracture
This may be a stiff-soled shoe, a wooden-soled sandal, or a removable short leg-fracture brace shoe.
Clinicians welcome public back to Cheltenham A&E
a consultant-led service as part of a phased return from Wednesday 9th June.
Semen analysis (Andrology) Producing a sample of semen for examination
A period of abstinence has an effect on the quality of a semen sample.
Having a bone densitometry scan
As a result, they are more likely to break even after a simple fall. A bone densitometry scan is a test to measure the density of your bones.
To improve the incidence of documented A-E assessments by 50% of referrals to the ACRT over a 3-month period
We gave face 2 face teaching sessions about A-E assessments using a scenario-based example.
You will be seen by a team including a consultant or senior doctor, a nurse and a physiotherapist.