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Tag Archives: heart

Wireless monitors bought for Heart of England nurses

Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust is to spend £1m on wireless observation monitors as a result of a successful bid for investment from the government’s technology fund for nursing. Nursing Times – Latest news for hospital nurses

New heart attack test could ‘significantly reduce burden’ on hospitals

A new test that rules out myocardial infarction could reduce hospital admissions by as much as 40% for patients with chest pain, according to UK researchers. Nursing Times – Latest news for hospital nurses

Exclusive: CQC report ‘like knife in heart’, says Hinchingbrooke chief nurse

The “inadequate” rating given to Hinchingbrooke hospital by healthcare inspectors was a “knife in the heart” for nurses who work there, according to its director of nursing. Nursing Times – Latest news for hospital nurses

Doc challenges assumption heart disease causes feeding problems in babies

A top children’s doctor has warned common assumptions that babies with heart disease are more likely to have feeding and growth difficulties were causing others to be overlooked for essential care in hospital. Nursing Times – Latest news for hospital