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  • Botulinum Toxin for Peripheral Neuropathic Pain

    Botulinum toxin Type A can relief peripheral neuropathic pain.

  • Brain Aneurysms and Screening

    An aneurysm is formed when there is a weakness in the blood vessel (artery) causing a ballooning or ‘out-pouching’ that fills with blood.

  • Brain Tumour - Activity Advice for No Obvious Weakness after Surgery

    What is the aim of this leaflet?

    • To educate on the benefits and safety of exercise
    • To empower to maintain a healthy level of exercise, long term.
    • To encourage to stay at your normal level of day to day activity
  • Brain Tumour Clinical Nurse Specialist Team

    This leaflet provides information about the role and contact details for the Brain Tumour Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS).

  • Brainstem Auditory Evoked Potential

    This is a painless test that records the function of a nerve pathway between the ear and the brain.

  • Call 4 Concern

    'Call 4 Concern' is a patient safety initiative, designed to enable patients, families or carers to call for immediate help and advice if they feel concerned that the healthcare team has not recognised a change in their or their loved one's condition.

  • Capsaicin 8% Patch Application

    The 8% capsaicin patch is a patch for use on your skin. 

  • Carbapenemase Producing Enterobacteriaceae (CPE)

    Enterobacteriaceae are bugs which can live in the gut of humans and animals

  • Carotid and Vertebral Artery Stenting

    Carotid or vertebral artery stenting is an endovascular treatment which means it is performed through a blood vessel by a consultant interventional neuro-radiologist. The procedure is usually carried out under local anaesthetic.

  • Cauda Equina Syndrome

    Cauda Equina Syndrome is a complex condition that can cause difficulty with nerve messages being sent from the brain down the spinal cord to the lower spinal nerves and back to the brain from the lower body. The following information is designed to help you understand what cauda equina syndrome is and how it could affect you. Please remember every patient is different and there are different degrees of recovery for each individual.

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