What is congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH)? (4+)

This animated clip explains, in simple words, that the adrenal glands of a child who has CAH are ‘sick’. These children don’t produce enough of the hormone that provides energy, so they have to take ‘cortisol’ in the form of a pill. When exciting or stressful things happen, or the child becomes ill, he or she needs to take extra pills. To explain that to everyone – in case Mum and Dad are not around – the child has to wear an SOS talisman (medical alert necklace or bracelet) which gives information about the adrenal gland disorder.

Code NVACP02/01

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0ZkflGA60M

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