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Last updated on Thursday, January 30, 2020

When you are reviewed in the Lymphodema clinic, the clinical nurse specialists will assess your condition and will provide a diagnosis and treatment plan. The assessment will involve taking your past medical history and current medications, so it would be useful to bring your medications with yo...

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Pre-op Assessment

Last updated on Monday, October 5, 2020

To ensure your fitness for surgery you will have a pre-op assessment. If you do not have this your planned procedure cannot take place.  An initial assessment may be carried out straight after your clinic appointment or by telephone at another time. Your appointment letter will inform you if you...

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What happens at the PR assessment?

Last updated on Saturday, February 24, 2018

The first assessment lasts for half an hour. A specialised physiotherapist will have a discussion with you and ask you questions about your condition, any relevant past medical history and talk about what medication you take (inhalers & tablets). Your resting oxygen reading and pulse will be...

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Tag:   PR (8)     Pulmonary (10)     rehabilitation (9)     heart rate (1)     oxygen (9)    

Data Protection Impact Assessment

Last updated on Friday, March 31, 2023

A Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) helps the Trust to identify, assess and mitigate any potential privacy risks that may arise when processing personal data. DPIAs are now a mandatory requirement for any changes to current data processing practices, the launch of a new project or the adop...

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Before your assessment

Last updated on Monday, October 5, 2020

If you do not have a home computer or phone suitable for video conferencing please ask any friends and family if they can help you with this.  If local COVID-19 guidance allows friends and family may be able to help set this up on the day to reduce your COVID-19 exposure travelling to and from ho...

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Further assessment

Last updated on Monday, October 5, 2020

Some patients also need to be assessed by a Consultant Anaesthetist. Where possible assessments are carried out by telephone or video to reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19. However, a few patient may still need to be seen in the clinic.

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