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23 June 2017
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Hand Soft Tissue Injury

You have sustained a soft tissue injury to your hand. This means there is no bony injury but you may have hurt the structures around them.

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General advice for going home after breast surgery

Recovery after surgery involves healing, both physically and emotionally, and the time this takes varies from person to person. There is no right or wrong way just whatever works for…

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Gastro-oesophageal Reflux Disease (GORD)

Reflux is a common condition in babies. Reflux occurs when partly digested food or milk in the stomach comes back up the food pipe (oesophagus) that links the mouth to…

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Fractured Coronoid Process

You have sustained a fracture to one of the bones in your elbow (Coronoid Process). Please see the picture below to understand where this injury is. This normally takes approximately…

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Flow rates

A flow rate merely involves passing urine into a flow rate machine when you have a strong urge to pass urine.

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Fracture of the Foot (self-management)

You have sustained a fracture to a bone in your foot. Please see the picture below to understand where this injury is. You may walk on the foot as comfort…

23 June 2017
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Fracture of the Foot (undisplaced)

You have sustained a fracture to a bone in your foot. Please see the picture below to understand where this injury is. You may walk on the foot as comfort…