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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)    

Friends and Family Test

Last updated on Thursday, June 21, 2018

To measure patient experience we use a Recommend Rate and Not Recommend Rate. The idea is simple: if you like using a certain product or doing business with a particular company you like to share this experience with others. From the answers given 3 groups of people can be distinguished: Detracto...

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What happens when you arrive

Last updated on Monday, October 5, 2020

You will be greeted by the receptionist in the Pre-Operative Assessment Unit who will check your details are correct. You will then be asked to fill in a health questionnaire, and the nursing staff will go through your answers with you to determine whether further assessment is required. Tests:...

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Positive experiences reported by WUTH patients in Cancer Patient Survey

Last updated on Wednesday, July 13, 2022

Patients reported positive experiences at Wirral University Teaching Hospital Trust (WUTH), which runs Arrowe Park, Clatterbridge and the Wirral Women and Children’s Hospitals, according to the National Cancer Patient Experience Survey, published this week. The patients who took part in the surve...

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Children's Sleep Studies

Last updated on Monday, June 7, 2021

Your child has been referred for a sleep study the following information and video will help you be prepared. Please see 'related link' to left of this page to access the video. Once you have watched the video, can you please complete the Declaration Form below. Important **** As soon as we r...

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Day case journey

Last updated on Monday, November 30, 2020

After your procedure, you will be taken from theatre into the recovery area where a nurse will look after you until you are not too sleepy and also fairly pain free. The anaesthetist will have given you painkillers and anti-sickness medication during surgery to ensure that you are comfortable af...

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Award winning RHS garden donated to WUTH to celebrate 75 years of the NHS

Last updated on Wednesday, July 19, 2023

An RHS Silver Gilt award winning show garden from the Royal Horticultural Society Tatton Flower Show (19-23 July) at Tatton Park, Cheshire is being donated to WUTH Charity for replanting after the show. Silver Gilt is the second highest medal that RHS judges make for garden design and planting. T...

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Advanced Paediatric Life Support (APLS)

Last updated on Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Advanced Paediatric Life Support is taught, and its principles practised throughout the world. Over 83,000 candidates have completed the course since its inception in 1993. The 3-day APLS course comprises of a flexible one-day on-line component (VLE) and a two-day face-to-face course. Candidates...

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Tag:   Advanced (1)     Paediatric (1)     Life Support (1)     APLS (2)     Emergency Medicine (1)     serious (1)     accident (5)