Category list : Accident and emergency (A&E)
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Emergency readmissions to hospital have risen by almost a fifth in seven years pointing to problems in the way older patients are cared for, according to new research.
The adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) and similar technology by a major London trust will help nurses, rather than put roles at risk, managers have insisted.
Ensuring the right nurse staffing levels is key when it comes to safely dealing with winter pressures on emergency departments, says a new report by the Care Quality Commission.
Patients with stroke caused by intracerebral haemorrhage may benefit from receiving a drug currently used to treat blood loss from major trauma and bleeding after childbirth, suggests a trial.
An emergency department nurse from University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust has been selected by the Army to help provide healthcare to people in Kenya.
Nurses and other frontline medical staff do a tremendous job of looking after those in need in the aftermath of a major incident, such as a traffic accident, fire or even a terrorist attack.
Sustaining a traumatic brain injury is associated with an increased risk of developing both dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, according to one of the largest studies of its kind.
The use of military-style tourniquets to stanch early bleeding in arms and legs has been shown to improve a trauma patients chance of survival, according to US researchers.
A large number of older patients either die in hospital or are discharged directly to a nursing home following intubation in the emergency department, a major US study has revealed.
Hospital services in Shropshire are set to benefit from a £300m cash injection to improve emergency and urgency care as part of a major investment in new buildings, wards and beds unveiled by the government.