Hospitals, GP surgeries and midwife units throughout the UK use leaflets from Action on Pre-eclampsia to inform their patients about pre-eclampsia.
Our leaflets are written in plain language and have been approved by the UK’s leading experts on pre-eclampsia. Feedback on these leaflets, from professionals and service users, has been very positive. Leaflets are sold at cost price to ensure that health professionals and their patients have access to the most up-to-date information available in an accessible form.
Essential pregnancy information
This informative 12 page booklet explains why blood pressure and urine is checked as well during pregnancy, as well as essential information on pre-eclampsia.
Pre-eclampsia: Know the signs
Our new Pre-eclampsia: Know the signs wallet sized information pamphlets are now available to all UK NHS Trusts at the brilliant price of £20 for 500. You can also download our pdf version below.
Postnatal recovery from pre-eclampsia
This informative 6 page DL leaflet provides supporting information to patients on what to expect in their postnatal recovery from pre-eclampsia and medical management that follows.
Looking for our leaflets in a different language?
Our Essential pregnancy information and Postnatal recovery from pre-eclampsia leaflets are available in 24 different languages, including Chinese, Spanish and Welsh. You can download a free copy of these leaflets here.
The following information is for anyone who is considered at risk of pre-eclampsia or eclampsia and wants to know more about the condition. If you would like a physical copy of any of the information listed below, please email us at email@example.com or telephone 01386 761 848.
Low-Dose Aspirin For High-Risk Pregnancy
This information is for anyone who is considered at risk of pre-eclampsia or eclampsia and wants to know more about how doses of aspirin, given daily, may help to prevent the disease.
This publication is for anyone who has suffered from or may suffer from HELLP syndrome and wants to know more about the condition. It’s also for doctors and midwives involved in the care of former, current and potential sufferers.
This publication is for anyone who has suffered or may suffer from eclampsia, and for doctors and midwives involved with their care. It explains the nature, origins and dangers of the condition, gives guidance on prevention and management.