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Spinal probe injection

Spinal probe is an injection into the intervertebral disc (The space between the 2 vertebrae in your back).

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Sore throat

This information is supplied by the Royal College of Anaesthetists.

23 June 2017
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Soft Tissue Injury of the Knee

You have sustained a soft tissue injury to your knee. You can walk on your leg as comfort allows. You can use crutches and/or a splint if supplied by A&E….

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Soft Tissue Injury of the Foot

You have sustained a soft tissue injury (sprain) to your foot. This can take approximately 6 weeks to heal although pain and swelling can be ongoing for 3-6 months.

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Shoulder Soft Tissue Injury

You have sustained a soft tissue injury (sprain) to your shoulder. You may experience some bruising in the upper arm. This normally takes 6 weeks to heal, but soft tissue…

23 June 2017
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Shoulder dislocation

You have sustained a dislocation to your shoulder for the first time. The shoulder is a ball and socket joint which was disrupted during your dislocation. Please keep the sling…

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Thumb Phalanx Fracture

You have broken your thumb. Healing: This normally takes approximately 4-6 weeks to heal.

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Total hip replacement surgery

This information is a guide to help you through your Total Hip Replacement surgery; preparation before, during your hospital stay and your rehabilitation. The more you know about the procedure…

23 June 2017
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Shivering

This information is supplied by the Royal College of Anaesthetists.

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Urodynamics procedure

Urodynamics is a group of tests which allow your Consultant to look at how your lower urinary tract is functioning.