Get weekly updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email “It has been a great honour to represent Macclesfield and actively work for local residents over the last seven years. I am pleased to stand again as a candidate in this election to campaign for strong and stable leadership with Theresa May, as we withdraw from the EU and work to build on the economic progress we have made together locally and across the country. In Macclesfield, we have seen positive economic growth with unemployment falling by 45 per cent since There is more to be done in realising our local economic potential and in improving the town centre. With our ageing population, I am working hard for more joined-up health and social services. Our local communities are a clear priority. I am committed to tackling traffic congestion in Poynton by ensuring that the Poynton Relief Road is delivered as planned and working to mitigate the impact of increased traffic that is forecast in Disley. I actively campaign to protect our green belt and champion the rollout of superfast broadband to rural villages. I am now seeking your support to carry on this important work for the people of Macclesfield and surrounding communities in the next Parliament.
Inspirational Huddersfield doctor Kate Granger has died
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The news was revealed by the Examiner and people were quick to respond with their concerns. Surely common sense dictates with Huddersfield having approximately , population and Halifax approximately
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Show Context Citation Context The thickness of the wall is in all simulations is 10 cm, typical of partitionswalls. The parameters of gypsum walls at 2. Banitsas , ” As the need for faster, safer and more efficient healthcare delivery increases, medical consultants seek new ways of implementing a high quality telemedical system, using innovative technology. Until today, teleconsultation the most common application of Telemedicine was performed by tra Until today, teleconsultation the most common application of Telemedicine was performed by transferring the patient from the Accidents and Emergency ward, to a specially equipped room, or by moving large and heavy machinery to the place where the patient resided.
Both these solutions were unpractical, uneconomical and potentially dangerous. At the same time wireless networks became increasingly useful in point-of-care areas such as hospitals, because of their ease of use, low cost of installation and increased flexibility.
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Blood in his eyes, his ears, running down his neck. He looked himself over: He rubbed his eyes. Christ, I could use a drink. Claverhouse didn’t seem surprised as he broke the seal.
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Senior doctors are leaving the Co Antrim hospital this month and the casualty unit cannot be safely sustained, Michael McGimpsey, Ulster Unionist Assembly member for South Belfast, added. He promised no staff will lose their jobs. Antrim Area Hospital will take many of the patients but on Sunday 18 people were being treated on trolleys at Antrim. The Northern Health Trust said it expected that Antrim would be able to handle the increased number of patients.
One of the reasons for the changes is to concentrate staff at Antrim and Causeway hospitals to improve the care given in both. The changes were approved by the health minister last September following a week consultation. This announcement is not in the best interest of this community and does not in my opinion meet the duty of care to the community that is expected of the Health authorities.
We need A&E at new hospital
Steve Holbrook, pictured with wife Carrie with kids Emma and Mason in May Get daily updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email If you were to meet Steve Holbrook in the street, you’d never suspect there was anything wrong. He looks healthy – a keen runner, he’s lean and fit – and, warm and friendly, he’s always ready with a witty comment and a wide smile.
But looks can be deceiving. At the age of just 36, the affable policeman is living with an aggressive brain tumour, and was told just weeks ago that an operation to remove it would be too risky. Not surprisingly Steve, who’s dad to Emma, 6, and Mason, 3, is thinking about it constantly. Always there,” he says.
A shocking study has found those admitted as emergency cases at the weekend are significantly more likely to die than those admitted during the week.
Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Get Daily updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Nine cases of the flu have been reported in the Burton, Derby and South Derbyshire area so far this winter, health chiefs have said.
The cases are highlighted on a new map showing the worst areas affected by flu across the country. The information is available thanks to the hi-tech online surveillance system, which tracks reported cases of the flu. The map covers all types of the bug, including the potentially deadly Aussie flu strain. The map uses a colour-coded system to show the areas with the most reports, down the ones with the least reported cases. It does not break down what strains of the flu the cases are but covers all reported strains of the bug.
Flu across the Midlands Blue areas are the ones with no reported cases of flu right now, while the red areas mean there has been a spike in cases. Purple indicates there has been some cases but the areas are not among the worst hit. The Burton, Derby and South Derbyshire area is designated as purple where there have been a moderate number of nine cases.
Read More Abused woman died after walking into A38 traffic with can of lager in her hand The map, which is updated every three minutes online, currently says there there are nine cases of flu in the Burton, Derby and South Derbyshire area. Areas which have a higher number of cases include Plymouth, Cornwall, Durham, Teesside, Essex, Dumfries, Galloway and the north east areas of Scotland, with Plymouth reporting 54 cases in the last three weeks.
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Local election count, Cathedral House, Huddersfield Get daily updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email The Examiner has asked all Kirklees candidates to pitch for your vote. Below are the messages from the Colne Valley constituency candidates, accompanied by short videos from those who submitted them. Jason McCartney — Conservative. I will continue to put local people first here in the constituency and down in Westminster.
I will continue to volunteer in our community, fundraise for local charities and support local community groups.
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Hero doctors and nurses across Greater Manchester dealt with scenes they hoped they’d never see after suicide bomber Salman Abedi killed 22 people and injured dozens more. I was met by seven other nurses who had heard that something had happened and just come into work to help and support the team. There were lots of stories going round — we heard that maybe a bomb had gone off, then they were thinking it might have been a pyrotechnics issue. Orthapaedic surgeon Aqeel Bhutta Image: These are high energy metallic objects that go through the skin and damage bones, and are forceful enough to come out the other side.
This time it was more emotional, especially as there were so many children involved and it had happened at a concert aimed mainly at that age group. The staff were in work mode and were doing what they needed do to, but for me the emotional impact came from the families coming in to be with their loved ones before they went in for surgery. London News Pictures Ltd He said staff have been coming in to help wherever and whenever they can, which has enabled the trust to deliver the best care possible.
Hospital boss says new Nuneaton urgent care centre will ease pressure on A&E
A shocking study has found those admitted as emergency cases are significantly more likely to die than those admitted during the week. It highlights the shortage of experienced consultants as a major reason for the excess deaths – meaning patients are often left in the hands of trainee doctors. More die because of short staffing in NHS hospitals than in road accidents, the survey concludes.
The study authors suggest that the increase in deaths at weekends may be due to reduced specialist services The latest revelations mirror the problems with out-of-hours services for doctors. Two years ago, exhausted German GP Daniel Ubani killed a pensioner by administering an overdose while on his first ever shift in Britain. It led to an overhaul of out of hours services.
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After going through the basic trouble shooting, Samsung agreed to pay for the warranty work. The first technician showed up and saw that my machine was unresponsive and he could not get it into self-diagnostic test. He had to open it up and do some other work around. Not being a technician myself, it was clearly evident that something has gone wrong with the mother board.
His argument was that we use “too much detergent”. I asked him why did the machine not warn us like it specifies in the manual, and his response was that the sensors are a “hit and miss”. He also said the door lock needed to be replaced and so he did so and ordered the parts for the pump, which delayed my machine being repaired another week. The second appointment comes and a new technician shows up.
This technician was very very knowledgeable about the machine and did his own diagnosing. When I told him what the other technician said about the soap suds and pump, he gave me the same face I gave the other technician. This second technician checked all the same stuff and immediately recognized that my machine was unresponsive. He tried 20 or so times to get the machine to go into self-diagnostics and even called for help which was a blow to his pried.
He finally gets it to self-diagnose and nothing popped up as an error.
Asthmatic who was ‘seconds from death’ praises hospital staff who saved his life
Huddersfield Royal Infirmary Image: We will have a moratorium on the STPs. What is more, these decisions have been decided behind closed doors, with no genuine involvement of local people. Patients and local communities will be involved at every stage. Local people should be at the heart of decisions about how care is provided.
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Minister Harney said that an average of three to four patients come to Wexford General during the hours of 12 a. The Health Minister said that the doctors there to provide the service would meet the proposed new Health Information and Quality Authority HIQA licensing standards for doctors, but when pushed on whether she was talking about a Caredoc service she would only say there has been ‘ preliminary discussions’ on the matter and that it is the model of care used in many other countries.
She also extolled virtues and experience of GPs. Addressing the overcrowding issue there were 17 patients on trolleys at the hospital as she ‘ spoke , Minister Harney said the ‘ hospital has to live within its budget’ and these constraints were what led to the ward closures and subsequent loss of beds in recent times. She also said there is no hope of any extra money being made available for any hospitals this year, though Health Minister pointed out that Wexford General has actually been busier this year, carrying out more procedures despite the reduced number of in-patient beds.
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The appointment was made on Monday and further interviews with potential candidates will be carried out in the next few weeks. Mr Wright said there had a been a lack of interest to previous job adverts, but things were starting to look more positive. He believes it could be down to news of the funding being secured to take the Future Fit programme forward. Advertising Mr Wright said: We will be interviewing over the next few weeks.
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Dangerous Medicine Conor McInnerney stopped breathing while breastfeeding and was rushed to the hospital in Eugene Turner, a doctor on the case, was charged with murder after a nurse saw him smother the child. Murder charges were eventually dropped and Turner was censured by the State Quality Assurance Commission. Bruce Rowan, his colleague in ER that night, was later accused of murdering his wife and was found not guilty by reason of insanity when he claimed that Turner’s act triggered a psychotic episode.
I just saw this yesterday and was horrified. Basically, a couple are at home and the mother notices her 3-day-old baby isn’t breathing while breast-feeding. They call an ambulance and try to resuscitate the child. It’s snowstorming and takes twenty minutes for EMS to reach them. Remember five minutes without oxygen can deplete the brain. EMS personnel administer cardiac drugs.
Thirty minutes later, they’re finally at the hospital and the attending ER Physician begins working on the child.
Move to quiz Lothians A&E patients on drinking habits
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For the Valley congregation, that impact extends from helping a migrant child bridge the gap in her schooling with Study Technology, to helping tens of thousands of local youth take a pledge to be drug-free. The facility spans 95, square-feet upon four acres, just blocks from the NoHo Arts District and is poised to engage community change makers across the region. Bringing that commitment to light were representatives of the San Fernando Valley on hand to welcome the Church: Deputy Chief Green began by pointing to the need for lectures on drug education, domestic violence and gang awareness and how Valley Scientologists have been pivotal in creating such initiatives with Clergy Councils and Police Stations throughout the basin.
And now, we have changed the course of over 25, lives across the Valley. But the fact is, the Church of Scientology has taken on a leadership role among our Churches. You are not only forging a public trust, but you are safeguarding our future. They have collaborated with Hollywood and Valley fire stations in carrying out small-scale classes with local response volunteers and even exercises for large-scale disasters.