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  • ADSHG Newsletter 133 – September 2018 By ADSHG

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    Addison's Disease Self-Help Group newsletter, issue 133, September 2018   Welcome to the autumn 2018 edition of the ADSHG newsletter, with a refreshed, modern design. This new-look edition gives details of the forthcoming Special General Meeting and medical seminar, with messages from our Founder, the new Chair and the Treasurer. This issue also includes information on the prices of generic medicines and updates from ADSHG medical grant recipients. Additionally, Jane Hodgkins offers membe
  • ADSHG medical history form By ADSHG

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    The medical summary form is an easy way to record the medications you are currently taking as an aide-mémoire and as a guide for medical professionals, when my medical records are unavailable and your medications need to be known.   Download the Medical Summary   The leaflet is © ADSHG March 2017. It may be copied for personal use or by medical practitioners for the edu
  • ADSHG Newsletter 134 - December 2018 By ADSHG

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    Addison's Disease Self-Help Group Newsletter 134, December 2018   Our latest members' newsletter is available for download. It's 24 pages packed with news, views and advice from the Addison's community - to the Addison's community.   Page 2 : Introduction to the Social Media Team A note from the Editor   Page 3 : Hello, my name is... Chris Pointon explains how his wife's experiences of palliative care drove this initiative   Page 4 : Introduction
  • ADSHG surgical guidelines By ACAP

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    The ADSHG surgical guidelines are intended for the information of your medical team or your dentist and have been developed for the ADSHG by our Clinical Advisory Panel.   Download our surgical guidelines   They explain what level of extra medication and monitoring you will need in the event of most types of surgery or dental work. If you are having elective surgery in hospital, for example a hip operation, it would be sensible to give your surgeon and anaesthetist a copy of

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