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What is an epidural? An epidural is an extremely effective method of giving pain relief after surgery. A very fine tube called a catheter is placed into an area called the epidural space which sits within the spine and surrounds spinal cord. A local anaesthetic numbing type drug called...

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What is a cystoscopy? A cystoscopy is where your surgeon looks inside your bladder with a very tiny camera. They can see what it looks like and sometimes see if there is something wrong in your bladder. They can also give you some treatments for your bladder to help you with your problems. They...

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Visit your hospital through your phone Little Journey supports children and their families before, during and after healthcare interactions, reducing anxiety through the use of our multi-award winning smartphone App.

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What is a peripheral nerve block? As part of your child’s general anaesthetic, your child may be offered a peripheral nerve block. Local anaesthetic (numbing medicine) is placed near to a nerve or a group of nerves to numb the area where your child is having their operation. Peripheral nerve...

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What is a peripheral nerve block? As part of your child’s general anaesthetic, your child may be offered a peripheral nerve block. Local anaesthetic (numbing medicine) is placed near to a nerve or a group of nerves to numb the area where your child is having their operation. Peripheral nerve...

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For more information about anaesthetic risks, please see the Royal College of Anaesthetists (RCoA) infographic here. The following information below provides more detail about the side effects and risks associated with general anaesthesia in children. Common side effects of general anaesthesia...

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