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All of the clinical information given on this website is believed to be correct at the time of publication but is not guaranteed to be free of error or omission and is provided as a guide only. It is the responsibility of the attending clinician to satisfy themselves of diagnosis, treatment, drug doses and infusions, and to take full responsibility for the care of their patient. NTS London will be happy to advise on the stabilisation and care of any neonate accepted for transfer.
If you believe any clinical information to be in error, please contact NTS London via the contact form.
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As for all websites, it is still possible for your information to be intercepted by another person, particularly if you use a public Internet connection such as free WiFi networks, although in practice this is very unlikely to happen.
NTS London can also be contacted using the telephone number on the contact page.