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In this article a stroke survivor describes her experience of hospital care after her stroke
Ewout, a second years child nursing student, shares the experience of witnessing cardiac surgery
The Royal College of Nursing in Wales has announced that it is partnering with charity the British Heart Foundation to provide the kit and training to help people experiencing a heart attack.
The body NHS England is writing to thousands of patients who have had open heart surgery to warn them they may be at risk of an infection that has killed 15 people.
’This book may be useful as a manual when teaching basic life support if used with evidence based guidelines.’
A busy night shift spurred senior staff nurse Beth Walmsley to take on the challenge of running the 2017 London Marathon for the first time in aid of a children’s heart charity that she volunteers for.
Widely used pain relievers may increase the risk of cardiac infarction when used during a cold or flu-like illness, according to a new study.
A special bra has been designed by specialist nurses at Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust to help improve wound healing in women recovering from cardiac surgery.
The majority of cardiac rehabilitation services are failing to meet minimum standards for patient care, according to new research.
’This book is suitable for clinical and non-clinical readers.’
A former intensive care nurse who used his years of experience to launch an online course to fill a gap in demand has been recognised by members of the speciality from across the UK.
Starting testosterone treatment is linked to an increased risk of serious blood clots, according to a major new study.
Tens of thousands of heart attack patients are missing out on cardiac rehabilitation that can help them avoid being struck down again and dying, show new figures.
Michelle Quested talks to Nursing Times about the difficulties of going back to nursing after losing the ability to walk
Heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes may combine in patients to worsen thinking skills, according to UK researchers.
“Worried well ‘make themselves sick’,” reports The Daily Telegraph.