PANS PHYSICIAN'S NETWORK TREATMENT GUIDELINES
These guidelines were first published in May 2018 following several meetings between the PANS Physicians' Network UK (PPNUK) and the Charity PANS PANDAS UK. Based on the US treatment guidelines originally written by the US PANDAS Physicians' Network, these guidelines have been modified to adapt to UK medical practice, GP's are strongly encouraged to start treatment and investigations early as early treatment is likely to improve the long term outcome of these patients.
RESEARCH DOCUMENTS AND JOURNAL ARTICLES
JCAP - Clinical Management of PANS:
JCAP - Overview of Treatment of Pediatric Acute-Onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome - click to view
IJPO - Improvement of Psychiatric Symptoms in youth following resolution of Sinusitis - click to view
PANS PANDAS UK 2018 CONFERENCE PRESENTATION RECORDINGS
Please go to our YouTube channel to see the presentations from our 2018 UK Conference.
OTHER USEFUL SITES
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Daily Mail (online) - Toddler was possessed after tonsilitis triggered a strange condition that left him with OCD, a nervous tic, 'burning skin' and no nails, 1 Apr 2019 click to view
Devon News - Dad warns of rare illness PANS/PANDAS that saw his happy son become aggressive, anxious and lose fingernails, 24 Mar 2019 click to view
BBC News - Mothers appeal after boy diagnosed with autism when e just needed antibiotics, 25 Jan 2019 click to view
The Times - Doctors miss child illness that alters personality, 24 Sept 2018 click to view
ITV News - More awareness needed on children's neurological conditions, 21 Sept 2018 click to view
i news - These children were told they have autism and mental health problems but the cause was a bug - and 'thousands' like them are being misdiagnosed, 21 Sept 2018 click to view
Rare Revolution Magazine Charity Spotlight - PANS PANDAS UK - The newbies on the block breaking down professional misconceptions, Summer 2018 click to view
The Northern Echo - Esmae-Rose Bailey and PANDAS 2017 click to view
Discover Magazine - Hidden Invaders 2017 click to view
The Independent - Strep throat can cause behavioural disorders 2017 click to view
The Neuropsychotherapist - Understanding PANS and PANDAS 2017 click to view
Tracy Stettner shares the story of both her sons journeys with PANS and PANDAS
"Five years ago both our sons were diagnosed with PANDAS/PANS. Although neither are flare free, both are in recovery mode, managed really well by our doctors, family and school. When I try to explain what it is like to live with PANDAS..." click here to read more
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