The new device and drug combination is set to improve the lives of those requiring treatment and help reduce the strain on hospital beds by removing the need for patients to spend up to 10 days in a ward.
When you are asked by an anaesthetist to count backwards from one hundred, your carbon footprint might not be at the top of your mind. However, a bottle of one of the anaesthetic gases used to help put you to sleep, desflurane, contains the carbon dioxide equivalent to a whole…
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde has reached a landmark in the roll-out of over 100 electric vehicles within its transport fleet, with even more set to be delivered to support healthcare delivery in the months ahead.
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde is helping patients prepare for operations by creating a series of instructional surgical videos in a drive to help improve outcomes following robotic urological cancer treatment.
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