A University of Manchester analysis of all patients across England receiving emergency hospital care has shown that, contrary to popular belief, fewer patients die after being admitted to hospital at the weekend compared to during the week.
The GS1 barcoding programme, currently being rolled out at ‘Demonstrator sites’ across the UK, aims to improve patient safety, free time to care and improve the patient experience.
Kate Woodhead RGN DMS provides an insight into the latest reports on the state of Primary Care and the proposed solutions to the pressures facing GPs.
Wardray Premise was delighted when they were appointed distributor of the TOF Watch in the UK & Ireland.The TOF Watch offers an accurate and reliable method of objective acceleromyographic (AMG) monitoring of neuromuscular blockade. The TOF watch overcomes the problems associated with subjective monitoring.The TOF Watch can...
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