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  • This product is for 35 stickers on a sheet. To order individual stickers, see here These are stickers for a Mum’s handheld medical notes, they’re useful for highlighting that antibiotics should be given in labour against group B Strep. We provide these free of charge to families and their health professionals. Note: Group B Strep Support will ship leaflets within the UK free of charge. For shipping outside of the UK, please contact us for a quote.
  • Information about group B Strep aimed particularly at pregnant women including;
    • An explanation of what group B Strep is
    • What GBS could mean for a baby
    • How to reduce the risk of GBS infection to a baby
    • A list of the signs of GBS infection
    It is national recommended practice from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists to provide all pregnant women with an information leaflet about GBS. We provide these leaflets free of charge to families and the NHS.
    • Last updated December 2017
    • A5
    • 12 pages
    • Produced in partnership with the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG)
    • If you place a large order to a non-NHS address, we may contact you to discuss your order.
    Download this leaflet here
  • Information for parents of a baby diagnosed with group B Strep infection. This leaflet is written for parents and families of a baby diagnosed with group B Strep infection. It includes;
    • An explanation of what group B Strep infection is
    • What treatments a baby might be given
    • How group B Strep might affect a baby
    We provide these leaflets free of charge to families and the NHS.
    • Last updated May 2015 (currently being updated)
    • A5
    • 8 pages
    • If you place a large order to a non-NHS address, we may contact you to discuss your order.
    Download this leaflet here  
  • You can order our FREE Awareness Pack, containing posters and leaflets to display wherever new and expectant parents, and their health professionals, might see them - at school, at work, in the pub, in your local shop, in the community, at your doctor's surgery, at your local antenatal clinic (please get permission first) to raise awareness of group B Strep and the charity. Each Awareness Pack contains the following, and you can order as many packs as needed:
    • 1 of each of the following posters:
      • July is Group B Strep Awareness Month
      • How much do you know about group B Strep?
      • Signs of group B Strep infection in babies
      • Group B Strep in pregnancy and babies
    • 5 of our leaflet:
      • Group B Streptococcus in Pregnancy and Newborn Babies
    • 10 of our flyer:
      • Group B Strep in pregnancy and babies
  • A poster with the MUMMY acrostic, aimed at pregnant women. We provide these posters free of charge to families and the NHS.
    • Last updated July 2017
    • A4
    • If you place a large order to a non-NHS address, we may contact you to discuss your order.
    Download this poster here  
  • This product is for one individual sticker. To order sheets of 35 stickers, see here These are stickers for a Mum's handheld medical notes, they're useful for highlighting that antibiotics should be given in labour against group B Strep. We provide these free of charge to families and their health professionals. If you need larger quantities of these stickers, please contact us on 01444 416176 or email us at [email protected]. Note: Group B Strep Support will ship leaflets within the UK free of charge. For shipping outside of the UK, please contact us for a quote.
  • A poster describing the symptoms of early and late-onset group B Strep infection in babies. We provide these posters free of charge to families and the NHS.
    • Last updated May 2018
    • A4
    • If you place a larger order to a non-NHS address, we may contact you to discuss your order.
    Download this poster here  
  • Information for health professionals explaining the key information to know about group B Strep and the latest clinical guidelines. It includes:
    • What to do about GBS during a woman's pregnancy
    • Who should be offered IV antibiotics in labour
    • What antibiotic to use
    • When to offer antenatal testing for GBS
    • Signs of infection to look out for, and what to do after a baby is born
    • A two-page flowchart of what to do in different situations
    We provide this summary free of charge to NHS health professionals
    • Last updated October 2017
    • A4
    • 8 pages
    • If you place a large order to a non-NHS address, we may contact you to discuss your order.
    Download this resource here    
  • A poster listing the most common types of test for group B Strep carriage We provide these posters free of charge to families and the NHS.
    • Last updated November 2014
    • A4
    • If you place a large order to a non-NHS address, we may contact you to discuss your order.
    Download this poster here  
  • A flyer giving an overview of group B Strep, and encouraging pregnant women or new parents to ask their midwife for information about group B Strep. We provide these flyer free of charge to everyone.
    • Last updated April 2018
    • A5
    Download this flyer here
  • For orders over 25 wristbands, please contact us to discuss a bulk buy discount.