COVID-19 Restrictions to remain in place at our hospital

We would like to remind you that the restrictions currently in place across the NHS will remain for the foreseeable future. This includes limitations on visiting patients, and infection control measures such as wearing face masks, temperature checks and maintaining social distancing when at our hospital.

Patient Information Leaflets

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Leaflets can be translated on-demand by pressing the 'Accessibility' button at the top of this page, and then choose 'Translate this page'. Alternatively you can request leaflets in another language or format by contacting our Patient and Family Experience Team.

  • Acupuncture Treatment

    Acupuncture has been used to treat many medical conditions, and it can be particularly useful for the treatment of pain.

     

  • Ambulatory EEG (Electroencephalograph) Monitoring

    EEG stands for Electroencephalogram. This is a recording of the electrical activity of the brain.

  • Anaesthesia Explained

    This leaflet explains the process of having an anaesthetic and tries to answer common questions along the way.  It gives you information about how you may receive anaesthesia and pain relief for your operation.

  • Angiogram - Advice for Going Home

    Advice for patients when going home following angiogram

     

  • Angiogram - Cerebral

    A Cerebral Angiogram is an x-ray procedure of the brain which gives highly detailed information about the brain’s blood vessels and the flow of blood through the brain.

  • Angiogram - Spinal

    A Spinal Angiogram is an examination of the blood vessels in your spine and also in your neck.

  • Antibiotics

    Antibiotics are a group of medicines used to treat infections caused by bacteria and are sometimes referred to as antibacterial or antimicrobials.

  • Audiometry

    The team member will monitor your hearing levels, this is a non-invasive testing.

  • Balloon Compression of Trigeminal Ganglion

    A procedure to selectively affect the trigeminal ganglion

  • Biopsy - Muscle

    A muscle biopsy is a procedure in which a small sample of muscle is removed for testing in a laboratory. 

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