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The toxic effects on the lung of drugs routinely prescribed to treat a range of common long-term conditions is much more widespread than thought, warn UK researchers.
The object in question resembles a toddler’s drinking cup. It’s plastic and there’s a lid from which protrudes a wide, circular spout. But you won’t find a Thomas the Tank Engine logo on it, as this receptacle – the plastic spouted beaker – is what many older patients in care homes and some NHS wards are given to drink from.
Manchester nurse helping return sight to African patientsVideoSubscription
Hundreds of patients in deprived African communities have undergone life-changing surgery, thanks to a charity co-founded by a Greater Manchester research nurse.
A new online resource has been developed in the North West to help clinicians, parents and children themselves with a range of information about allergies.
Five specialist nurses visited London this week with some of their young patients to celebrate HRH the Duchess of Cornwall becoming the royal patron of Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity.
Nurses from the hospital trusts that treated the victims of this year’s terror attacks in Manchester and London were honoured last night at the annual Nursing Times Awards.
Previously prepared plans praised
A growing number of cases of a bloodstream infection dubbed the “nightmare bacteria” should be of increasing concern for the health service, nurse infection control experts have warned.
Two nurses credited with playing a key part in developing nursing in Manchester have been honoured with plaques at the hospital where they served for nearly half a century.
Family nurses are urging Manchester council to reconsider cutbacks to specialist nursing service for first-time young mothers under the age of 20.