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This leaflet is for pregnant women who have been diagnosed with hepatitis B. It provides information on the care pathway for these women, including referral to a liver specialist, the vaccination course for the newborn child, and long-term protection from the infection.Printing instructions are...
This factsheet provides information in the form of FAQs in relation to hepatitis B: the condition, prevalence, risks, testing, management, vaccination and treatment.
This leaflet is for pregnant women who have been diagnosed with syphilis. It provides information on the care pathway for these women, including referral to GUM, treatment and long-term protection for the baby. Printing instructions are provided in a PDF below.
Charts showing E.coli and ESBL Bacteraemias in Northern Ireland, by quarter, from 2005 to 2014.
This leaflet is for parents and carers of children with asthma. It accompanies the child's Asthma action plan, which keeps a record of his or her asthma treatment and helps manage the symptoms. �
This action plans allow each child (or parent/carer) to record his or her asthma treatment to help manage their asthma when they are well, when their symptoms get worse and when they are suffering an asthma attack.
This leaflet provides information on�Hepatitis C�- how the virus�is spread,�the symptoms of the virus and treatment available.
This�self-management action plan allows each patient to record and manage the symptoms of�asthma.
This report aims to provide an overview of STI epidemiology in Northern Ireland by collating and analysing information from a number of sources. Although it reflects epidemiological trends over time, its main focus will be on data collected in 2011.
This report aims to provide an overview of HIV epidemiology in Northern Ireland by collating and analysing information from a number of sources. Although it reflects epidemiological trends over time, its main focus will be on data collected in 2011.Following recent ONS guidance on data disclosure,...

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