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Recent Clinical Updates

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Thursday 30th November

Thursday 30th November

A Clinical Risk Case Study – Failure to recognise a Fistula in the Oesophagus

A complaint was raised that there was a failure to recognise a fistula in the patient’s oesophagus, resulting in food particles spilling over into the chest cavity causing the patient’s death.

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Wednesday 15th November

Wednesday 15th November

A Clinical Risk Case Study – Failure to Diagnose and Treat Acute Angle Closure Attack leading on to develop Acute Glaucoma

A 65-year-old woman brought a claim against her Consultant Ophthalmologist for a failure to diagnose and treat acute angle closure attack appropriately, which resulted in progression of the condition to glaucoma that consequently lead to loss of vision in the left eye.

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Thursday 2nd November

Thursday 2nd November

A Clinical Risk Case Study – Complications during a Caesarean Section

A 30-year-old woman who had had a previous caesarean section brought a claim against her Obstetrician & Gynaecologist for damaging her bladder, during her 2nd caesarean section.

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Sickle Cell Disease (Haemoglobin SS)

Sickle Cell Disease (Haemoglobin SS)

Sickle Cell Disease (Haemoglobin SS)

This is an inherited disease of the haemoglobin, which resides within red blood cells; it carries oxygen to tissues.

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Friday 13th October 2017

Friday 13th October 2017

Extravasation of Fluid in Anterior Thigh Compartment following Knee Arthroscopy: A Case Report highlighting the Duty of Candour

Knee arthroscopy is one of the common procedures performed in orthopaedic for a variety of pathologies.

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4th October 2017

4th October 2017

The Clinical Manifestations of Complications of Laparoscopic Surgery, as produced by The Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland

Most patients who developed peritonitis or bleeding after traditional surgery display florid signs of circulatory instability and peritonitis.

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26th September 2017

26th September 2017

Complications of Laparoscopic Surgery – Thermal injury

There are different mechanisms by which ‘burns’, i.e. thermal injury to body structures can occur

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20th September 2017

20th September 2017

Laparoscopic Surgery of the Abdomen- Injury to the Bowel or Stomach

Bowel injury is the most frequent significant injury caused by a trocar.

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14th September 2017

14th September 2017

Laparoscopic Surgery of the Abdomen– Complications from Insertion of Trocars and Cannulae

This article deals with the operative…

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6th September 2017

6th September 2017

Laparoscopy of the Abdomen

This operative technique is better known as keyhole surgery and can be used in place of more extensive surgery.

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1st September 2017

1st September 2017

Anabolic Steroid Misuse

Steroids are hormones, chemicals that are produced by glands in the body, that can alter how organs and tissues…

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23rd August 2017

23rd August 2017

The Thyroid Gland and its Function

This is a hormone producing gland, that makes the thyroid compounds, thyroxine FT4 and FT3 tri-iodothyronine

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Monday 17th August

Monday 17th August

Transvaginal meshes used for pelvic prolapse +/- stress urinary incontinence- complications

Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) occurs…

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Sunday 2nd August

Sunday 2nd August

Thyroid Cancer

The latest figures from 2014 showed that there were over 3400 cases but only 376 deaths, with the survival figures being…

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Wednesday 26th July

Wednesday 26th July

Positron Emission Tomography (PET)

This is a form of nuclear medicine imaging wherein a tracer that emits gamma rays is introduced into the…

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