Guides are informative booklets giving practical help on aspects of alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency. They are size A5 and have 8 or 12 pages.
Please contact us to request a printed guide. Medical professionals may request multiple copies.
|Newly Diagnosed||for people diagnosed as having the genetic condition AATD||online|
|Your Childs Liver||for parents of children diagnosed as having the genetic condition AATD||online|
|Living with Alpha-1||a lifestyle guide for people diagnosed as having the genetic condition AATD||online|
|Diagnosis and Treatment||for carers and medical professionals working with people diagnosed as having the genetic condition AATD||online|
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Young Children’s Book: From A1 to ZZ
If you have an Alpha child between the ages of four and eight then you may find the booklet Alpha 1-Antitrypsin Deficiency Alphabet From A1 to ZZ a great help in explaining the condition to them. Despite the long title the booklet is easy to read and quite upbeat. It may also be helpful to non-Alpha children in explaining the illnesses of their older relatives.
For Children Aged 8 – 11: Not the Only Alpha-1
This book explains Alpha-1 to children who have progressed from the Alphabet book.
Information Programme (Downloads)
The Information Programme is designed to collect together useful documents in one place.
|File To Download||format||format|
|Alphas Tell Their Own Stories||doc|
|Living With Alpha-1||doc|
|AAT Levels – what the numbers mean||doc|
|AAT Testing Methods (M)||doc|
|The Discovery of A1 Antitrypsin (M)|
doc signifies MicroSoft Word Document format
pdf signifies Adobe Acrobat format
(M) medical content