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KidsKidneyDiet

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KidsKidneyDiet

Vincent Harding

Medical, Education

IOS
GBP 0.00


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This app has been developed for Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital. If you are a child or teenager who has kidney disease or has had a kidney transplant. It will help you understand what food and fluid is best for you and your kidney, in a fun and interactive way.

The KidsKidneyDiet app includes 4 sections: potassium, phosphate, salt and fluid. Your dietitian will tell you which section is important for you.

Three sections have a game to play and all sections have text to read. The phosphate and fluid section also have a video to watch of a child who has chronic kidney disease and who comes for haemodialysis at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children.





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This app has been created for Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust, to help parents and guardians with the administration of hydrocortisone sodium phosphate and hydrocortisone sodium phosphate, which is a prescribed medication for those at risk of adrenal crisis. 

The app includes a helpful video and a pictorial guide.

On the 'My Medications' screen, you can input medication and dosage information. In emergency situations it is often difficult to remember the doses, so we would advise you to complete this area to assist in treatment. 



There is also information for the receiving doctor on the 'Hospital' screen. 



The information in this app should be used in conjunction with any patient information leaflet provided by the manufacturer....
KidsKidneyDiet
KidsKidneyDiet

Free
This app has been developed for Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital. If you are a child or teenager who has kidney disease or has had a kidney transplant. It will help you understand what food and fluid is best for you and your kidney, in a fun and interactive way.

The KidsKidneyDiet app includes 4 sections: potassium, phosphate, salt and fluid. Your dietitian will tell you which section is important for you.

Three sections have a game to play and all sections have text to read. The phosphate and fluid section also have a video to watch of a child who has chronic kidney disease and who comes for haemodialysis at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children....