Original illustration for Healthcare-Arena by Fran Orford

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Liver disease is the fifth largest cause of mortality in England and Wales, after heart disease, cancer, stroke and respiratory disease. In the UK,...

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On June 21st 2015, an announcement was made by the Department of Health and the UK Public Health Minister that the Meningococcal B (MenB)...
Original illustration for Healthcare-Arena by Fran Orford

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Social Prescribing: What is it? ‘Social prescribing,’ or ‘community referral,’ is a way of linking patients in primary care with sources of support within the...

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On 23rd October 2014, NHS England published its Five Year Forward View, which began with the statement (1,2): ‘the NHS is at a crossroads and...

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In May 2015, a molecular microbiology study was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (1). This study showed that gut...
Original illustration for Healthcare-Arena by Fran Orford

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  It is a truth, universally acknowledged by healthcare professionals, that an interesting and innovative medical research finding can become sensationalised with its ‘passage’ through...

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FDA Approval of the Nasal Alar SpO2 Sensor On the 18th of March 2015, Xhale Assurance, developer of the patented Assurance® Nasal Alar SpO2™ Sensor,...

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The Gram-negative bacterial family of Enterobacteriaceae, includes the species Klebsiella, Enterobacter, and Escherichia. These bacteria can cause opportunistic wound infections, gastroenteritis, pneumonia and septicaemia,...

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The NHS is the fifth largest employer in the world. In the UK, the public healthcare industry spends nearly £40 billion per year on commissioning its health services for local people. This year, the procurement of NHS goods and services have been reviewed and concerns have been raised.

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The emergence of Covid-19 has led to unprecedented levels of ICU occupancy and mechanical ventilator use in the UK and worldwide. With non-intensivists often...