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What is sapropterin response testing? Sapropterin  is a new way of medicating Phenylketonuria (PKU), which is a rare but potentially serious inherited disorder.  Before using sapropterin regularly, you will be take part in a ‘trial of responsiveness’ as discussed by your PKU team. How...

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Form for parents and teachers to score a child on ADHD tendencies.

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EEG stands for ‘electroencephalograph’ Electro – the electrical impulses that are being measured. Encephalo – the head. Graph – the way the results of the test are presented. An EEG is a test done in specialist hospitals. The test records the electrical activity that...

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What is an EEG? EEG stands for ‘electroencephalograph’ Electro – the electrical impulses that are being measured. Encephalo – the head. Graph – the way the results of the test are presented. An EEG is a test done in specialist hospitals. The test records the electrical...

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Your child has been referred to the clinical neurophysiology department for sleep studies. Your child may need 1 or both of these tests: Video electroencephalograph (EEG) telemetry with polysomnography Multiple sleep latency test (MSLT) What is a video EEG telemetry with polysomnography? This test...

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What is home video telemetry? Your child may already have had a standard electroencephalograph (EEG) recording. This test is an EEG recorded over a longer period of time (usually 48 hours) with simultaneous video recording. What is an EEG? EEG stands for ‘electroencephalograph’ electro...

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What are evoked responses? Evoked responses are signals from the brain that are given out when it  receives a message from a flash (visual), a click (auditory) or a tingling sensation (sensory). That is, signals given out as a result of the things your child can see, hear and feel. There are 3...

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What is an EEG? EEG stands for ‘electroencephalograph’ Electro – the electrical impulses that are being measured. Encephalo – the head. Graph – the way the results of the test are presented. An EEG is a test done in specialist hospitals. The test records the electrical...

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What is an EEG? EEG stands for ‘electroencephalograph’ Electro – the electrical impulses that are being measured Encephalo – the head Graph – the way the results of the test are presented An EEG is a test done in specialist hospitals. The test records the electrical...

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What is an EEG? EEG stands for ‘electroencephalograph’ Electro – the electrical impulses that are being measured Encephalo – the head Graph – the way the results of the test are presented An EEG is a test done in specialist hospitals. The test records the electrical activity that your...

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Your child has been referred for spinal surgery. This resource will give you some information about the monitoring your child’s surgeon has asked us to perform during surgery. What is spinal cord monitoring? Monitoring the spinal cord helps the surgeon to reduce the risk of nerve damage during...

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My baby has been referred to hearing services at Sheffield Children’s – what happens next? You will be sent an appointment to attend a joint clinic with audiology professionals and a specialist paediatrician. We are based at Sheffield Children’s Hospital on Western Bank on C floor, by the...

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The newborn hearing screen is a screening test to identify babies with significant levels of hearing loss. Some babies may pass this test and still have milder levels of hearing loss, or a hearing loss only that affects some frequencies of sound. Your baby is being referred to hearing services at...

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Sam has been to the doctor. Sam’s doctor said they needed to have a test called an EEG telemetry test. This is what happened to Sam when they had their EEG telemetry test. Sam’s parents got a letter. The letter told her that they would be coming to the hospital for a short stay in…...

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Emma has been to the doctor. Emma’s doctor said she needed to have the same test as you are having. Emma is having an EEG test. What happened before Emma’s EEG test This is what happened to Emma before she had her EEG. Emma’s mummy got a letter. The letter told her that she had…...

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What is an EMG or nerve conduction test? This is a routine test performed in specialist hospitals. The EMG (electromyography) records the electrical messages that muscles produce. The nerve conduction test measures the speed at which the messages travel along a nerve. These tests help us to work out...

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