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Managing a single step up or down using walking aids GHPI0518
This leaflet has been given to you as a reminder on how to manage a single step, up or down, when using sticks, crutches or a walking frame.
Insertion of a supra-pubic catheter GHPI0623
The information in this leaflet is for patients who are having a supra-pubic catheter inserted into their bladder.
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A new charity-funded ‘Tilt-In-Space’ wheelchair is making a difference for local cancer patients
This specialist wheelchair has a tilt-in-space function that enables a person to be fully supported whilst sitting, helping patients with neurological
Cheltenham A&E announcement
of State for Health and Social Care in communicating our message that there are no proposals to close Cheltenham A&E.
Having a brother or sister in the Neonatal Unit (NNU) GHPI1628
The Neonatal Unit (also called NNU) is a special ward in hospital that looks after new babies who need a bit of extra help after they are born
Let's put a stop to PJ Paralysis GHPI1445_04_18
Staying in bed too long can lead to; a higher risk of complications such as chest infections, blood clots and pressure sores and a delay in your recovery
Leaving hospital with a nephrostomy tube GHPI1611
This information is for patients who have had a nephrostomy tube inserted into one or both of their kidneys.
Chemical Pathology Notes Lipoprotein (a) (Lp (a)) is a lipoprotein consisting of a lipid rich core surrounded by two proteins, apolipoprotein B-100 and
Using a sling GHPI0941_05_21
You have been given a sling for your arm. This leaflet gives you advice on using a sling and how it will help your recovery.
A guide to vestibular rehabilitation GHPI0519
To relieve this, the brain must be helped to put this information together in a new way.
Having a colonoscopy as an inpatient
Serious or frequently occurring risks If a biopsy is taken or a polyp removed it can lead to bleeding or a perforation (a tear) of the bowel.
Managing a flare GHPI1549
This leaflet gives patients with arthritis advice on how to manage a flare (worsening of symptoms).
Emergency Department (A&E)
You can access urgent care 24-hours-a-day, every day of the year at our hospitals.
Hepatitis A IgM antibodies
Microbiology Notes This test is used to look for acute Hepatitis A infection To test for Hepatitis A immunity, please request Hepatitis A IgG antibodies
A Message for Trust Colleagues: Season's Greetings and a Happy New Year from our Chief Executive and Chair
For some, however, Christmas is not a celebration.