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142. Meningococcal meningitis and septicaemia guidance notes: Diagnosis and treatment in general practice - Ireland

and meningococcal sepsis, children/young people should be offered a formal audiological assessment as soon as possible, preferably before discharge, but within 4 weeks of being fit to test 1 . Children/young people with severe or profound deafness should be offered an urgent assessment for cochlear implants as soon as they are fit to undergo testing 18 . Hearing tests may need to be repeated and may require referral from general practice. Psychological follow up is important as there may be difficulty

2019 Meningitis Research Foundation

143. Meningococcal meningitis and septicaemia guidance notes: Diagnosis and treatment in general practice - UK

edition UK2 Meningococcal disease can kill a healthy person of any age within hours of the first symptoms The disease is uncommon, but remains the leading infectious cause of death in UK children 1 despite the success of meningococcal vaccines. Over one third of survivors will have one or more clinically significant deficits in physical, cognitive, and psychological functioning and around one in ten will be left with major sequelae such as deafness, amputations and brain damage 2 . It is more (...) of being fit to test. Children with severe to profound deafness need an urgent assessment for cochlear implants as soon as they are fit to undergo testing n A review with the paediatrician 4-6 weeks after discharge n Information about potential long-term effects and likely patterns of recovery n Contact details of patient support organisations including meningitis charities such as MRF The meningitis charities have produced detailed information for parents in ‘Your Guide’ which describes possible after

2019 Meningitis Research Foundation

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