Breast Surgery Update for September

The latest Breast Surgery Bulletin can be viewed here

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Just published – Critical Care Bulletin

The latest September posts to Critical Care bulletin blog are live now!

Local Author: East Cheshire NHS Trust article about persisting fatigue and myalgia

Recently published article:
Persisting fatigue and myalgia as the presenting features in a case of hypokalaemic periodic paralysis
by Matthew Thomas Neame, David Wright, Surendran Chandrasekaran
in BMJ Case Reports 2017:published online 10 August 2017, doi:10.1136/bcr-2017-219991

 

Local Author: East Cheshire NHS Trust article about Ankle syndesmosis repair and rehabilitation

Recently published article:  Ankle syndesmosis repair and rehabilitation in professional rugby league players: a case series report.
By Latham AJ,(East Cheshire NHS Trust) Goodwin PC, Stirling B, et al.

Read more at:
http://bmjopensem.bmj.com/content/3/1/e000175

Citation details: Ankle syndesmosis repair and rehabilitation in professional rugby league players: a case series report BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine 2017;3:e000175. doi: 10.1136/bmjsem-2016-000175

 

Latest Update for Breast Surgery Bulletin

Hot off the press: latest update of Breast Surgery Bulletin is published here

Just published! – Critical Care Bulletin

The latest update for the Critical Care Bulletin can be found here

 

New issue published: End of Life Care Bulletin

The latest issue of the End of Life Care Horizon Scanning Bulletin has been published at https://palliativecarenwpctl.wordpress.com/

Awards and recognition

Want recognition for a project or work stream you are involved in?

Why not apply for an award! 

http://www.eastcheshirenhslibrary.net/awards.html

3 – 9th July is Health Information Week 2017

HIW tagMany organisations across different sectors are collaborating for Health Information Week (HIW) (3-9th July 2017). This campaign aims to improve accessibility of high quality health information for the public as well as building on local partnerships between information providers and improving health literacy.

The Library & Knowledge Service has brought together useful resources in their Patient Information Knowledge Hub

We also have a patient information leaflet to aid “Finding Quality Information on the Internet”. This can also befound on the trust website for patient leaflets

Critical Care Bulletin published for June

The latest edition of the bulletin is out now. Access it here 

The safety of antidepressants in pregnancy

Maternal antidepressants are implicated in ADHD, but so is maternal depression

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The safety of antidepressants in pregnancy is controversial, partly because of profound methodological difficulties in separating the fetal effects of antidepressants from those related to maternal depression (confounding by indication). One central concern is the potential impact of these drugs on fetal brain development. Such effects may be subtle and possibly only detectable years after exposure, such as an increased susceptibility to (multifactorial) neurodevelopmental conditions.

Routine use of beta blockers in MI patients without heart failure is questioned

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Patients who have had a myocardial infarction (MI) but do not have heart failure or left ventricular systolic dysfunction do not seem to benefit from beta blockers, a large UK study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology has found

Library survey

We value your opinion on the library service – please take a few minutes to complete this short survey. Results are anonymous and will be used to improve our services.

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Many thanks!

The Library team

Select Committee on the Long-term Sustainability of the NHS report – Adult Social Care

The House of Lords Select Committee on the Long-term Sustainability of the NHS published a report on adult social care in April 2017. The post Select Committee on the Long-term Sustainability of the NHS report – Adult Social Care appeared first on Equality and Diversity Forum

The full report can be found here.

Get recognised

Want recognition for a project or work stream you are involved in?
Why not apply for an award!
http://www.eastcheshirenhslibrary.net/awards.html

The Breast Surgery Bulletin out for April

The latest update has been published on the Breast Surgery blog 

Critical Care Bulletin update – April

The latest update has been uploaded to the blog here

Research by East Cheshire NHS staff

Latest update on research articles published by East Cheshire NHS Staff:

Persistent Left Superior Vena Cava  and Prucalopride for the treatment of ileus

 

Health in Pregnancy Research – Themed Reviews from NIHR

midwifery examThe National Institute for Health Research (NIHR)  publishes themed reviews providing the latest evidence and research aimed at healthcare professionals, clinicians and commissioners.

Of interest to midwives, clinicians and public health professionals will be the themed review in health and wellbeing called “Better Beginnings – Improving Health for Pregnancy”

You can access all the NIHR themed reviews here

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NHS England to issue new guidance on low value prescription items

medsNHS England will be leading a review of low value prescription items from April 2017 and introducing new guidance for Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), with a view to substantially saving NHS expenditure in this area. See more information here

Breast Surgery Bulletin- now published

Our Breast Surgery bulletin for March is now published here

Critical Care Bulletin – March

Our latest bulletin for Critical Care is now out – visit the bulletin here

East Cheshire NHS staff can find more information about staying up to date on the library website at http://www.eastcheshirenhslibrary.net/ 

Sepsis

A great new sepsis bulletin has been published:

https://sepsiscurrentawareness.wordpress.com/

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Sepsis should be treated within one hour, says NICE

 

People with life threatening symptoms of sepsis should be reviewed and treated within an hour, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has recommended. Read the news article here  and see the new draft quality standard along with guidance recently published.


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