In the News
Dubai doctors save British tourist in the nick of time
Visitor, 66, develops life-threatening aneurysm in the abdomen but turns the corner after rare surgery at a private hospital.
Dubai: A British tourist, who suddenly developed a rare, life-threatening condition during a visit to Dubai, was miraculously saved by doctors after she was rushed from one emergency to another in the nick of time
Dr Ibrahim Riza, vascular and endovascular surgeon at the Mediclinic City Hospital, told XPRESS the 66-year-old woman was referred to him after another private hospital where she was earlier taken could not treat her for an abdominal aortic aneurysm, which she was diagnosed with through an emergency scan.Read More
Royal Oldham's Angiography system is UK first
Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust is supporting its endovascular and open vascular practice with the installation of UK's first GE Healthcare Discovery IGS 740 angiography system.
Operating theatre at the cutting edge
A new futuristic operating theatre costing £1.3 will be created at the Royal Oldham Hospital.
Hong Kong shines the spotlight on Manchester leg circulation service
For the second year running, Pennine Acute's community-based leg circulation service has played host to two visiting allied health professionals from Hong Kong, who came to learn about how to set up an integrated peripheral arterial disease(PAD) service.
Thank you very much for providing educational supervision to the University of Manchester medical students over the last academic year.
England's Largest Carotid Endarterectomy Vascular Centre
The National Vascular Registry (NVR) was established in 2013 to measure the quality outcomes of care for patients who undergo major vascular surgery in NHS hospitals.