The parasite can even remain "hidden" or latent in the body for up to one year, only to then "activate" itself and cause the disease. Prevention of malaria amongst travellers is centred around four key principles, otherwise known as the ABCD of Malaria: Awareness of risk: establishing whether malaria is present in the country you intend to travel to is essential. In some countries, it is present to a lesser extent, and avoidance of bites is sufficient. In others, more active prevention (chemoprophylaxis) is required. To check the risk for your trip, please click on the following link: www.fitfortravel.nhs.uk/home.aspx Bite prevention: the less you are bitten, the less likely you are to contract Malaria. It is that simple. Chemoprophylaxis: in English, this means choosing the most effective antimalarials to take, taking them regularly and completing the course. To see which antimalarials are most effective for your destination, click on the following link:www.fitfortravel.nhs.uk/home.aspx Diagnosis: it is important for travellers to recognise the symptoms of malaria quickly, and to tell those who are treating them if they have been exposed to the disease in the past year.
At Newdays Pharmacy, unlike other travel clinics, we place as much emphasis on the ABCD of malaria as we do on the choosing the correct antimalarial. We will set aside time to inform you of each aspect of prevention, assess your individual risk, and then help you to choose the right antimalarials for you. We are able to prescribe all antimalarials, without the need for a prescription. We will also remind you that your antimalarials alone are not enough to keep you safe, and that bite prevention and timely diagnosis are essential! We do not publish antimalarial prices for one simple reason: many antimalarials are now available as generics, and prices tend to fluctuate.
At present, the prices are decreasing, and fixing a price means that the traveller tends to lose out. We price our antimalarials at the time of consultation, so that we can pass any discounts on to you. As a pharmacy, we are also able to command larger discounts on medicines purchased from wholesalers than traditional travel clinics, meaning that our retail prices will be more reasonable.
Repeat Prescription Services
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We provide access to sterile needles and syringes, and sharps containers for return of used equipment. We also provide condoms, citric acid and swabs, to promote safe injecting practice and reduce transmission of infections by substance misusers.Read More
Every year many hundreds of travellers from the UK catch malaria and in tens of cases it is fatal. Symptoms can start rapidly. The right anti-malaria tablet is essential to prevent infection.Read More
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common problem that affects half of all men aged between 40 and 70 to some extent. In reality, a significant proportion of men under 40 are also affected by ED. It is the inability to form and maintain an erection sufficient for intercourse. In some cases, there may be underlying causes for ED, but in the majority of cases a simple drug treatment may resolve the problem.Read More
We can provide all the mandatory and short course care training you need to meet the Common Induction Standards or ensure continuous professional development. Our care training courses are delivered in your workplace at a time convenient to you and each course can accommodate up to 15 attendees. Our care training programs meet the requirement of CQC and care courses delivered can be tailored specifically for your organisations needs.Read More
High blood pressure affects one in three adults in the UK. If left untreated it can lead to heart problems, strokes and damage to other vital organs. So it's vital to be aware of the risks and how you can reduce them. Our free, confidential services only takes a few seconds.Read More
Our pharmacies also participate in NHS immunisation each year. For most people, flu is an unpleasant illness, but it's not serious. If you are otherwise healthy, you will usually recover from flu without major complication after a week or two.Read More
At Newdays Pharmacy we have a private consultation room where you can talk with the pharmacist about any health concerns that you may have. We will be able to provide you with quick and accurate advice, to help put your mind at ease.Read More
If you want to help protect yourself against flu this winter, our Winter Flu Jab Service is here to help. Even if you had a flu vaccination last year, you may consider having it again this year to protect yourself against the viruses responsible for causing most cases of flu, including the H1N1 (swine flu) virus.Read More
Also known as the morning after pill, our pharmacists will supply Levonorgestrel when appropriate to clients in line with the requirements of a locally agreed Patient Group Direction (PGD). This service is available to women aged 13 years and over.Read More
The pharmacy will help support independent living in groups of vulnerable people, or those with special needs, who do not fall within the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 criteria.Read More
his service require the pharmacist to supervise the consumption of prescribed medicines at the point of dispensing in the pharmacy, ensuring that the dose has been administered to the patient.Read More
You can make an appointment with our pharmacist to discuss how you are getting on with your regular medicines or talk about any new medications. It will allow you to learn more about your medicines and ask any questions you may have, and if you are having difficulties taking your medicines our pharmacist may be able to assist. Ask for more details on these services.Read More
Newdays Pharmacy, Coley Park Mon to Fri: 8.30am – 5.30pm Saturday: 9.00am – 1.00pm Sunday Closed Newdays Pharmacy, Twyford Mon to Fri: 9.00am – 6.00pm Saturday: 9.00am – 4.00pm Sunday Closed Lane End Pharmacy, High Wycombe Mon – Fri: 8.30am – 6.30pm Saturday: 8.30am – 1.00pm Sunday Closed Eton Pharmacy, Windsor Mon – Fri: 9.00am – 6.00pm Saturday: 9.00am – 2.00pm Sunday Closed