This guide contains information for parents or carers of children with a congenital heart defect to help them offer better care and assistance.

Generally speaking, it provides emotional support, but also includes possible solutions to common problems associated with this type of disease.

This guide aims to provide information on muscular degeneration so that teachers can understand this disease and be more understanding of students who suffer from it.

It also includes strategies and practical advice to improve the educational experience and learning of these pupils.

This guide contains advice to help parents protect their children from influenza. It uses everyday language and the information is organised based on frequently asked questions and common doubts.

In addition, if further in-depth information is required, an English language link is included.

This guide makes it clear what an impact caring for a family member can have, resulting in consequences at a physical, social, emotional and economic level.

It details some of the common problems faced by carers and gives suggestions and advice as how to remain aware of their own needs and how to face the stress that this situation can cause.

This guide provides a series of recommendations on treatment and medical care. However, it highlights the importance of individually adapting treatment to the patient.

The content is technical, including information on the structure of the tooth, dealing with infection and oral pain, tooth injuries and prevention, etc.

This guide provides general information on diarrhoea in children, covering its concept, causes, possible complications, treatment and prevention.

The information is organised based on frequently asked questions and uses everyday language for the purpose of keeping the information accessible the general public.

This guide contains a series of recommendations about the diagnostic and therapeutic procedure for lumbar pain syndrome.

It highlights the importance of detecting the warning signs and the importance of a good diagnosis to be able to adapt the treatment to the needs of the patient, evaluate the need for the use of drugs or decide on another type of therapy, especially at a preventative level.

This guide has been created as a means to help prevent accidents in educational centres.

It details the most common accidents, suggests protective measures and finally, gives a series of recommendations regarding first aid in the event of an accident.

This guide includes information for patients with the aim of helping them control their asthma. It requires a long-term plan that includes education, changes in behaviour, avoidance of asthma causing factors, pharmacological therapy and frequent medical monitoring.

The content of this guide is varied, from basic considerations regarding the respiratory apparatus to causes and treatment for the prevention of an attack. However, it is intended as a complement to, and not a replacement for, the educational efforts of health professionals.