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Aneurin Bevan Vascular Department Aug 27
Ward B3 are thrilled to be involved in this epic virtual race. Go
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Ian Schlieder Aug 24
I’m obviously overall but what about those from the integrated paradigm? Maybe not the same level of trauma experience/exposure as 5+2? Not sure just throwing it out there.
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Samantha Denman Apr 5
Lovely feedback for keep up the great work 👍🏻
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Carissa Webster-Lake, MD, RPVI Aug 24
Replying to @Me4Trauma
Under-utilized in my opinion. The old “when you’re a hammer” adage doesn’t quite apply to vascular since we are comfortable both ways
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annie clothier Sep 5
Amputee patient wanted to take part in our static bike ride today . We helped the patient onto the bike and moved one pedal while the patient did the other. The atmosphere was electric ⚡️ on the ward ❤️
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BryonyLennon Jul 31
Wonderful to go back to 13C today to take part in a peer review and see the fantastic improvements on the ward. Such a great, hardworking team who I loved working with! ⭐️
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perbinder Aug 25
I don’t know Martin why you insist of suggesting that trauma surgeons are the only ones operating at night. I operate all night long. May not be trauma and could be ruptured aneurysms or ischaemic legs. Not as sexy as trauma but benefits patients.
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Hadjer Djekhar Sep 12
Hi, I change my stance on the vs debate.😅😅 I think each sub-speciality should treat its own organ System trauma 🙃.
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Jonny Nicholls Aug 25
Replying to @jmills1955
I prefer the Ghostbuster analogy!
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Stefanie Hild Aug 25
And here are the numbers of a British regional teaching hospital. 56 pts in 10 years. Is it really the trauma surgeon who should do the vascular repair under these circumstances?
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Roy Scott Mar 14
Another win by a member !!
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sandra montgomery Mar 31
Replying to @SLUVascular @OGIO and 3 others
feel hairmyres need something like this 🤔
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Carissa Webster-Lake, MD, RPVI Aug 24
Replying to @Me4Trauma
It would be in the best interest of the patient to follow with a vascular surgeon for routine surveillance imaging and to address (perhaps surgically) any concerns that may threaten the patency of the repair.
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Deborah Rickards Mar 14
Well done yet another of our fantastic teams going the extra mile 🏃‍♀️👍😃
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Julio Mayol Aug 24
Breaking down silos requires defining problems, understanding the differences, and coming up with new solutions. As CMO, I assure you this is a major endeavour. Thank you very much and
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Bryony Webb Dec 17
Yes it is - we’re going to get on the map! Cannot wait! 😄👍🏼
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perbinder Aug 25
We need collaboration and good colleagues. Then patients can be treated by the most appropriate surgeons all the time for the best quality of care.
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SoMe4Trauma Aug 24
4. What role do endovascular techniques play in trauma management and what is the future of these interventions in the trauma context?
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Rachel Quilliam Jun 5
Thanks to the Vascular gang for making working on your birthday as fun as it can be 🎉 and for my goodies 😊
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Aneurin Bevan Vascular Department Aug 9
Proud to witness our Vascular Nurses and Podiatrist doing just this today. Supporting vulnerable patients. Unfortunately some wounds will never heal
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