Consultant hand and wrist surgeon, Zaf Naqui, writes about his experience of collecting patient feedback and how it has influenced his medical practice. In my opinion, continued professional development (CPD) is a vital strand in enabling patient safety and high quality care in a constantly changing healthcare environment. I see it as a privilege afforded
“American football has been a big part of my life for 28 years — I play regularly and also coach the Great Britain team. Two years ago, I was playing in Carlisle when I was tackled and fell on my right wrist. I felt something snap and went to A&E. An X-ray showed my wrist
Spire Hospital Manchester in Didsbury is holding a free awareness event, covering a variety of topics and health conditions, on November 3. The event will be attended by the hospital’s expert specialist consultants, who will deliver a series of engaging, informative talks on a variety of subjects, before answering questions from the audience. Talks will
Seamer Donald Tiripano has replaced the injured Kyle Jarvis in Zimbabwe’s squad for the T20I tri-series, involving Australia and Pakistan. Jarvis, Zimbabwe’s senior seamer, injured his bowling hand while attempting a catch during Pakistan’s innings in the tri-series opener in Harare on Sunday.
A&E staff have spoken of the horrific injuries they treated – but also the incredible compassion they witnessed – during Manchester’s darkest night . A nurse, who works at one of Greater Manchester’s trauma units has described how his ward treated six of more than 119 patients who were taken by ambulance or made their own way
Stretch marks? No, my pregnancy nightmare was crippling HAND PAIN: Channel 4 comedian reveals her harrowing experience Kerry Godliman from Derek got carpal tunnel syndrome during her pregnancy This condition can cause numbness, tingling and pain in the fingers and hands It affects up to 1.5 million UK adults, and can become permanent if
Carpal tunnel syndrome is common, affecting up to 1.5 million people in the UK. While it often occurs in pregnancy — 50 per cent of pregnant women develop it to some degree — it can also be caused by conditions such as diabetes or arthritis, and lifestyle factors such as being overweight and even drinking
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