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23 June 2017
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23 June 2017 | Leaflet

Fracture of the Foot (for review)

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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23 June 2017 | Leaflet

Wrist fracture

We are sorry that you have had a fracture around your wrist and we want to make sure you have the best possible result. You will see a specialist in…

23 June 2017
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23 June 2017 | Leaflet

Elbow dislocation

You have sustained a dislocation to your elbow (plus an associated fracture if mentioned on dictation). You will have been placed in a temporary backslab (plaster) in A&E and given…

23 June 2017
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23 June 2017 | Leaflet

Bunions (Hallux Abducto Valgus)

Bunions are bony lumps that form on the sides of your feet. Surgery is the only way to remove them. However, they are not always painful and don’t always require…

23 June 2017
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23 June 2017
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23 June 2017 | Leaflet

Clavicle (collar bone) Fracture

You have sustained a fracture to your clavicle (collar bone). This normally takes between 6-12 weeks to heal. You may use the arm in the meantime as explained in the…

23 June 2017
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23 June 2017 | Leaflet

Children’s Community Nursing Team

The Children’s Community Nursing Team are based on Kipling Ward at Conquest Hospital in St Leonards-on-sea and on Friston SSPAU at Eastbourne District General Hospital….

23 June 2017
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23 June 2017 | Leaflet

Check flexible cystoscopy clinic

This clinic is for patients who are being followed up at regular check ups after a bladder tumour has been removed. You may or may not have had additional treatments….

23 June 2017
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23 June 2017
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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is all the symptoms that a patient has when there is pressure on the median nerve at the wrist.