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Maxillo Facial – Head and Neck Services
MX 005Apicectomy
MX 004Day case instructions
MX 006Dressing plate instructions
MX 002Exercises to Improve the Function of Jaw Joints and Reduce Associated Facial Pain
MX 010Inhalation Sedation For Children v1
MX 001Instructions following Extractions & Surgical Procedures v7
MX 007Pre Sedation Instructions v7
MX 008Removal Of Wisdom Teeth v6
DENTAL 009Temporomandibular (jaw) joint problems
MX 003The Care and wear of orthodontic appliance
M 003Gentamicin
M 001Screening for CPE’s
M 002Screening for CPE’s Pre-Op
OBS 004Anti-coagulation in Pregnancy and the Post Partum Period
OBS 050Colostrum harvesting – expressing your milk in the ante-natal period
GYN 021Counselling Services – Obs & Gynae
OBS 039External Cephalic Version (ECV)
OBS 055Extreme Premature Delivery 22 to 26 week’s gestation
OBS 042Gestational Diabetes
OBS 043Induction of Labour
OBS 047Infection in Babies
OBS 040Information for Women Following Amniocentesis
EXTERNALWe're for expectant parents, midwives and healthcare professionals
EXTERNALLabour Pains - Caesarean section information sheet
OBS 032Monochrionic/Identical twins
OBS 038aPerineal Trauma (Accessible)
OBS 051Placental delivery – the 3rd stage of labour v5
OBS 091Postnatal Exercises
OBS 092Postnatal exercises (Pearl Suite) v4
OBS 046Potential Risks/Problems in Giving Formula to a Breastfed Baby
OBS 034Pregnancy Related Abdominal Diastasis
OBS 035Preparing for your Caesarean Section Operation
OBS 056Protecting your baby from low blood glucose v3
OBS 053Raised BMI in Pregnancy – Anaesthetic Considerations
OBS 031Ruptured Membranes Before Labour
OBS 048Screening for Down’s, Edward’s and Patau’s Syndromes in Twin Pregnancies
OBS 052Skin to Skin Contact
OBS 033Twins and Multiple Pregnancies
OBS 028Vaginal Birth following Caesarean Section
OBS 003Vitamin K - New Born Babies v6
OBS 044Your Diabetes – After Your Baby is Born
OBS 049Your Glucose Tolerance Test

National Leaflets

Please note these are external leaflets over which we have no control
NATIONALBaby Movements in Pregnancy/A Guide to Baby Movements
NATIONALMy Personal Maternity Care Choices
NATIONALNeonatal Jaundice
NATIONALYour Choice – Where to have your baby – for women having their first baby
NATIONALYour Choice – Where to have your baby – for women who have had a baby before
Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG)

Please note these are external leaflets over which we have no control
EXTERNALA Low-Lying Placenta after 20 weeks
EXTERNALA Third or Fourth Degree Tear during Child Birth
EXTERNALAmniocentesis and chorionic villus sampling
EXTERNALAn assisted vaginal birth (ventouse or forceps)
EXTERNALBaby movements in pregnancy/A guide to baby movements
EXTERNALBirth options after previous caesarean section
EXTERNALBlood Transfusion, Pregnancy and Birth
EXTERNALBreech Baby at the End of Pregnancy
EXTERNALChickenpox in Pregnancy
EXTERNALGroup B Streptococcus (GBS) in pregnancy
EXTERNALObstetric Cholestasis
EXTERNALShoulder Dystocia
EXTERNALUmbilical Cord Prolapse in Late Pregnancy
EXTERNALUnderstanding how risk is discussed in healthcare
EXTERNALWaters breaking early (PPROM)
EXTERNALWhy your weight matters during pregnancy and after birth