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Renal Patient Information Leaflets

For more information please visit Renal Medicine

A carer’s guide to living with kidney failure

Information for families and carers

Aranesp (Darbepoetin) for Renal Anaemia

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Button-hole Cannulation for Haemodialysis

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Conservative Management of Uraemia

Information for Health Professionals

Intravenous Iron in hospital dialysis

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Intravenous iron satellite units

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Iron Infusions

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Looking after your veins

Information for renal patients

MSSA and MRSA

Information for Dialysis Patients undergoing Central Venous Catheter insertion or Peritoneal Dialysis Catheter insertion

Parathyroidectomy

Information for patients, relatives and carers

The safe use and disposal of sharps

Information for patients, relatives and carers. Adapted for use in self-care/shared care and home haemodialysis

Treating the symptoms of kidney failure

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Vaccination against Hepatitis B

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Vascular Access for Haemodialysis

Information for patients, relatives, and carers

Wound Care Discharge Advice Following Dialysis Access Surgery

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Your Medicines and Your Kidneys

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Your Temporary Dialysis Access Line

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Your Tunnelled Dialysis Line

Information for patients, relatives and carers

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Fundraising

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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.