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Alder Hey staff, along with NHS Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and local GPs, are worried patients could be put at risk by not seeking help for signs and symptoms of potentially serious health problems.
NHS services such as local hospitals and GP surgeries have put a range of measures in place so that people can be treated safely throughout the pandemic. This includes training staff about how to limit the spread of the virus; regular cleaning in clinical areas; ensuring the use of personal protective equipment for all staff, patients and visitors; and regularly testing staff and patients for COVID-19.
A list of ‘red flag’ symptoms in children and young people has been compiled and clinicians are asking parents/carers to look out for these symptoms and seek help quickly if their children have any of them.
If your child is experiencing any of these symptoms please contact your GP as soon as possible.
“We understand that families may not be seeking medical help when needed as they may be fearful of catching Covid-19 or they are worried about being a burden on the NHS. We want to reassure you, that healthcare services have measures in place to keep you as safe as possible and the NHS is open as usual. Ignoring health problems can have serious consequences.”
“We want to urge all parents and carers to not ignore any new or unusual symptoms in children that you would not have ignored before the pandemic. If you have any concerns about your child’s health, it’s really important that you seek medical advice right away – especially if your child has any of these ‘red flag’ symptoms.
“Local GP practices are still open and here to help with all of these issues. You should contact them by telephone in the first instance, but the doctor or nurse will call you back to discuss your concerns, and they will offer you a same day, face to face appointment if needed – so please call if you are worried at all.”
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