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A-Z of patient leaflets by title

Use the A-Z links here to find out more about our children's services

This page lists our patient information leaflets by their title. View leaflets listed by department.

As part of your child's care, you should receive information about their appointment, test, operation or anything you need to do when you return home. If you have not received the relevant information, please speak to your doctor or nurse. 

Every leaflet is reviewed at least every three years to make sure it is kept up to date.

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  • prolonged jaundice service

    Description
    This leaflet explains how we will make the assessment for babies referred to us because he/she is still jaundiced at the age of 21 days.
  • Prolonged video EEG telemetry

    Description
    This leaflet explains about prolonged video EEG telemetry.
  • Psychological support on the neonatal unit

    Description
    Emotional support is available from a wide range of people during your time on the neonatal unit (NNU). Our psychologists have specialist training in helping families who have a premature or sick baby. There are many different reasons why you may benefit from speaking with a psychologist while your baby is in hospital. They are here to listen, to think with you about what's happening, and help you find a way through your time on the unit.
  • Psychology service

    Description
    This leaflet gives information about Evelina London's paediatric psychology service, including what we do, how to refer, and what to expect when you come to hospital.
  • Pyeloplasty surgery

    Description
    This leaflet explains more about pyeloplasty for pelvi-ureteric junction (PUJ) obstruction.
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  • Occupational therapy pre-school age resource pack
    Description
    This pack provides ideas on how to address the most common difficulties that we receive referrals for, and explains our referral criteria.
  • Occupational therapy school age resource pack
    Description
    Designed by the community occupational therapy team, this pack offers advice to teachers and parents on managing children's difficulties at school.
  • Omalizumab for asthma
    Description
    This booklet answers some of the questions you may have about omalizumab treatment for asthma.
  • Oral health
    Description
    Tips to help improve your child's oral health.
  • Orchidopexy - going home afterwards
    Description
    Information leaflet for parents whose son has had an orchidopexy (operation to bring an undescended testicle into the scrotum) at Guy's and St Thomas', with information on what to do afterwards.
  • Outpatient Parenteral Antibiotics Therapy (OPAT) service
    Description
    IV/parenteral antibiotics are usually given to patients in hospital but they can be given safely in an outpatient clinic or at home. When given in a clinic or at home, this is called OPAT.
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