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Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Children's Haematology and Oncology

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Patient information

Children's Haematology and Oncology Services

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Contact the hospital if your child:

  • has a temperature of 38°C or higher, or below 35.5°C
  • is lethargic (floppy) or seems 'unwell'
  • is breathing differently (faster/slower/wheezing)
  • is in pain
  • is vomiting or has diarrhoea
  • has any bruising, a bleeding nose or gums
  • has a new rash
  • has a persistent cough
  • has not opened their bowels for two or more days
  • is not eating or drinking
  • has a red or sore Hickman line / Portacath site.

Please also call if you are unsure about their medicines.

Seek medical help immediately if you are concerned about your child's condition.

  • Kamran's Ward (24 hour emergency): 01865 234069

Patient leaflets

Medicines to take home (TTOs)

The Kamran's Day Care address can be used to order repeat prescriptions for your child, before an arranged appointment, or to ask non-urgent questions.

Please allow two to three working days for repeat prescription requests.

If you have more urgent questions, please telephone the number below.

Children's Haemophilia Service

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Contact the Haemophilia Service if your child:

  • has a red or sore Hickman line / Portacath site / Picc line
  • has a temperature of 38°C and has a line in situ
  • has bleeding symptoms
  • is in pain
  • has difficulties when giving factor treatment.

Please also call if you are unsure about their medicines.

Seek medical help immediately if you are concerned about your child's condition.

Please go to your nearest hospital and alert us to your attendance via:

  • Paediatric Haemophilia Nurses
    Tel: 01865 226562 9.00am - 5.00pm weekdays or Bleep 5926 via JR switchboard 0300 304 7777
  • On-call Haematology Registrar (out-of-hours / weekends and Bank Holidays
    Ask JR switchboard 0300 304 7777 to put you through.

Patient leaflets