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What is a transcranial doppler? A transcranial doppler (TCD) is a test to measure the blood flow inside the brain. In sickle cell disease, the blood vessels in the brain can get narrower, which increases the risk of having a stroke. Around 11 percent of children with sickle cell disease will have a...

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There are a few tests your child may need at their Hearing appointment. The distraction test The distraction test is ideally used for babies who are developmentally 6 to 8 months old and assesses their ability to hear a sound and then turn to face it. The loudness of the sounds are varied to...

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Does my baby have cystic fibrosis? Your baby does not have a diagnosis of cystic fibrosis (CF). The screening result from the heel prick was positive but the follow-up sweat test does not confirm a diagnosis of cystic fibrosis. Visit the NHS page on the newborn blood spot test for more information....

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What are electrodiagnostic tests? Electrodiagnostic tests involve using special sensors called ‘electrodes’ to record the tiny electrical responses that are produced by the eyes and the brain when your child looks at flashing lights or moving patterns. These electrical responses can be...

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Brain stem evoked response test under sedation in Slovak. Test vyvolania reakcie mozgového kmeňa. Upozorňujeme, že dieťa musí v preiebehu testu spať. Čo je test vyvolaný mozgovým kmeňom? Ide o test kontroly sluchu, ktorý je možný použiť u všetkých pacientov od novorodencov až po...

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This resource will help you to organise your study time, be more productive, and get more out of your lessons. Try to implement these in class and when doing schoolwork at home. With practice and a bit of patience you should start to see improvements in your learning. It is best to learn and...

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NHS Start4Life baby resources on baby vaccinations and screenings.

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A resource by Circa about helping children with Crohn’s or colitis in school when taking tests and exams.

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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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QbTest for ADHD assessment.

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What is bladder assessment? This is a test that helps us to see how well your bladder is working. Your bladder is like a balloon in your tummy that holds your pee. It is sometimes called a non-invasive bladder study, or NIBS. Why do I need it? If you have problems with your bladder such…...

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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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We need to collect some saliva from you. This information explains what you need to do. What you will need Your nurse or doctor should have given you a green request form, and you should also have a testing pack from the laboratory. This should contain: SaliCap plastic sample tube – there may...

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We need to collect some saliva from you. This information explains what you need to do ! What you will need Your nurse or doctor should have given you a green request form, and you should also have a testing pack from the laboratory. This should contain: SaliCap plastic sample tube – there may...

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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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This resource is for parents of children who have been referred for a sweat test. It tells you what you can expect, and how to get the results. What is a sweat test? A sweat test is done to find out how much salt (usually chloride) is in the sweat. This information tells you about… Continue...

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The following instructions will guide you through the steps of how to collect a 24 hour urine (wee) sample into a plain sample bottle. Make sure to write your child’s name and date of birth on the bottle before you start. On the morning that the collection starts, your child should get out of...

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The following instructions will guide you through the steps of how to collect a 24 hour urine (wee) sample into a sample bottle containing acid preservative. Safety precautions Please be aware: the bottle that you have been given contains an acid preservative, which must not be tipped out or thrown...

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