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This information about this rare genetic condition has been created by HAE UK, a dedicated patient support and advocacy association.

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What is sepsis? Sepsis is an emergency medical condition where the immune system overreacts to an infection. It affects people of all ages and, without urgent treatment, can lead to organ failure and death. The numbers are staggering – 245,000 people develop sepsis every year in the UK, and 48,000...

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This resource from Bliss provides information on how you as a parent have an ability to comfort your baby through uncomfortable procedures.

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This resource from Bliss provides information on the most common illnesses, how to spot them, and when they should be treated.

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This resource has been written for teenagers (13+) who have hepatitis B and would like to know more about it.

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Name:    Age:   Today’s date: Are you the:  Patient    Parent or carer of the patient   Hospital number or date of birth (if known): Please answer the questions below Yes No Not sure My healthcare team said we need to make a decision My healthcare team said I should be involved in...

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Citalopram is a type of antidepressant known as a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI).

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How can teeth be affected? Osteogenesis imperfecta Sometimes teeth can be brittle and chip easily (dentinogenesis imperfecta or ‘DI’). Teeth with DI are more prone to have decay and tooth wear. Very often children may need dental treatment. As bones are softer there is a higher risk of...

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Sickness is an unavoidable part of everyday life. The body’s natural response to illness results in higher blood glucose levels due to the release of stress hormones. When you are ill, you will need frequent blood glucose monitoring and often more insulin than usual. What are ketones? Ketones are...

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Dennis has an anaesthetic from the Royal College of Anaesthetics helps children understand what it’s like to have a general anaesthetic, using familiar Beano characters to help reduce any anxiety they may have about surgery. Children aged 7 to 11 can accompany Dennis on a fun-filled journey as...

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What is attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)? ADHD is a condition that affects people’s behaviour. It is condition seen in both children and adults. If somebody has ADHD, they might have symptoms which fall into 3 areas: inattention hyperactivity or impulsivity a combination of the...

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Additional meal options are available (including religious and cultural meal options) from the all-day menu to ensure that we are meeting the tastes of all children and young people using our service. Please ask a member of ward staff for a copy. Our menus meet the Food for Life bronze award...

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These videos from Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust epilepsy experts are designed to help you care for children with epilepsy. This video covers how to assess and minimize risks associated with seizures and everyday activities. It also looks at triggers of seizures and how exposure to...

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These videos from Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust epilepsy experts are designed to help you care for children with epilepsy. This video covers the causes of epilepsy, how it is diagnosed, the different types of seizures, and an overview of appropriate treatments.

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What is a cannula? A cannula is a short flexible tube which is threaded into a vein. Cannulas can be used to give intravenous (IV) antibiotics at home for 2 or 3 days and sometimes longer. Pain relief can be given for insertion of the cannula in the form of a cream applied to the… Continue...

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What is a PICC line? A PICC line (peripherally inserted central catheter) is a long, thin flexible tube which is threaded into a vein usually in the arm until the tip sits in a large vein between the shoulder tip and the heart. Your child may need a PICC line if they need antibiotic...

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What is a long line? If your child needs intravenous (IV) antibiotic treatment for a number of days then your medical or surgical team will discuss with you about putting in a long line for your child. A long line is a very thin, long, flexible tube which is threaded into a vein. Long lines…...

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What is a complex exercise laryngoscopy test? Complex exercise laryngoscopy uses a tiny flexible camera to look at your throat and larynx (voice box) before and after exercise. We do this test to diagnose something called ‘exercise induced laryngeal obstruction’ (EILO). This means that your...

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