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If you become unwell or are injured make sure you choose the right NHS service.
Choking. Chest pain. Blacking out. Blood loss. For symptoms of serious illness, and major accidents, choose A&E or 999.
Cuts. Strains. Itches. Sprains. For slips, trips, skin complaints and everything in-between, choose an NHS Walk-in Centre, NHS Urgent Care Centre or NHS Minor Injuries Unit.
Vomiting. Ear pain. Sore tummy. Back ache. For complaints that don’t get better within 24 to 48 hours choose a GP.
Diarrhoea. Runny nose. Painful cough. Headache. For common colds, sickly stomachs and everything in-between, choose a pharmacist
Unwell? Unsure? Confused? Need help? For absolutely any questions about health choose NHS Direct.
Hungover. Grazed knee. Sore throat. Cough. For wear and tear, minor trips and everything in- between, choose self-care.
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What does that mean?.. Pharmacy First Self care for life (THIS WINTER) Self care for life (THIS WINTER) Think.
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You will be triaged and assessed by a qualified nurse who will decide where you need to be in order for your condition to be best managed. The triage nurse.
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Sports Injuries HEAD INJURIES. Head injury refers to any damage to the scalp, skull, or brain - Closed & Penetrating - Closed most relevant to sport Definition.
GP or A&E Kayleigh Evans 1. Children When to take your Child to A&E 1.If your child has Asthma attack, 2.Very high Temperature with Rash can be serious.
Athlete’s Foot (Fungus) Symptoms Sore areas between the toes Peeling of the skin Open cuts Spread and Prevention Fungus always present but thrives in damp.
GP or A&E Kayleigh Evans. Children When to take your Child to A&E 1.If your child has Asthma attack 2.Got very high temperature with Rash as it can be.
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By Angus. Some of the symptoms are headache, Red eyes, Fever, lack of appetite, internal bleeding, muscle aches and weakness, aching joints Diarrhea,
The Body. head forehead eyebrow eyelid eye nose ear cheek lip/mouth jaw/chin neck shoulder arm elbow hand wrist finger fingernail chest back waist hip.
You can lower your chances of catching a communicable disease by learning about the causes and symptoms of these diseases, and how to avoid them.
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