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Patient Information Leaflets for Orthopaedics

A guide to surgery and exercises for Dupuytren's contracture

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Arthroscopic Surgery to the Knee

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Discharge advice for patients after carpal tunnel surgery

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Discharge advice for patients after dupuyten's contracture surgery

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Fractured femur

Information for patients, relatives and carers

General advice after wrist fracture

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Pre-surgery Screening for MRSA and MSSA

Information for parents, relatives and carers

Removal of Kirschner Wires (K-Wires) in Orthopaedic Outpatient Clinic

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Surgery and Exercises for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Taking care of your plaster cast

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Total Hip Replacement (Bridlington)

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Total Hip Replacement (York)

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Total Knee Replacement (Bridlington)

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Total Knee Replacement (York)

A guide for patients, relatives and carers

Trapeziumectomy

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Trigger Finger/Thumb

(Flexor Tendinitis) including surgery information for patients, relatives and carers

What is Entonox?

Entonox is a medical gas used to relieve pain during certain orthopaedic procedures.

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Norovirus is highly infectious and can spread easily

Please do not visit our hospitals if you or a member of your household has had nausea, diarrhoea, or vomiting within the last 48 hours. This is to prevent the spread of norovirus in our hospitals.

See more information on norovirus.