Genetic haemochromatosis - a quick guide for GPs This detailed 16 page guide for General Practitioners and primary care practitioners covers a wide-range of issues from diagnosis, genetic testing, ongoing care pathways and more. Contents include : Types of Testing for Genetic Haemochromatosis (GH) Normal ranges for serum ferritin and transferrin saturation Genetic counselling Interpretation and management of GH Variants of genetic haemochromatosis What happens when both parents are carriers for genetic haemochromatosis? What happens when one parent is a carrier of genetic haemochromatosis? What happens when one parent has genetic haemochromatosis and the other is a carrier? What happens when both parents have genetic haemochromatosis? What happens when one parent has genetic haemochromatosis? How to request test It is available for NHS General Practitioners as part of our clinician education programme. For free copies, please contact our office.