Additional patient information

Here you'll find some leaflets with additional information on AAA screening that you may find useful.

AAA Invitation Leaflet -  This leaflet is sent to all men invited for AAA screening appointments.

AAA Making an informed choice sheet - This information sheet is for men aged 65 and over to help them to decide if they would like to be screened for abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAA)

AAA Results leaflet - Monitoring your small aneurysm - This leaflet provides information for men who have had a small aneurysm found through Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm screening, which at this stage only needs to be monitored.

AAA Results leaflet - Monitoring your medium aneurysm - This leaflet provides information for men who have had a medium aneurysm found through Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm screening, which at this stage only needs to be monitored.

AAA Results leaflet  - Large aneurysm - This leaflet provides information for men who have had an aneurysm found through Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm screening. This means they will have been referred for an assessment and possible treatment.

Information for Trans People - This leaflet is for trans (Transgender) and Non - Binary people in England, to inform them of adult NHs screening programmes that are available and who we invite for screening

Easy Read Information - The NHS Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening Programme is committed to ensuring screening is equally available to all eligible men. We have therefore developed Easy Read versions of our public information leaflets. These aim to provide accessible information in a format that is particularly suitable for:

• People with learning disabilities
• People who find reading and writing hard
• People who do not speak English very well

You may find more information not covered here at http://aaa.screening.nhs.uk/leaflets2016

Below you'll find the latest AAA annual reports which may give you some more information you're interested in such as statistics about how many men we've treated and the outcomes of test results/treatments.

Annual Reports

North East of  England

Cumbria and Lancashire

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