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Cardiology outpatient appointments and clinics are now gradually resuming at Mayo University Hospital (MUH).
Aoife Ni Eochaidh
Aoife Ni Eochaidh
Mayo University Hospital is deferring all but very urgent inpatient, day surgery, diagnostics tests and outpatient appointments
Mayo University Hospital is deferring all but very urgent inpatient, day surgery, diagnostics tests and outpatient appointments from this morning, Monday March 16th until further notice. This is to ensure that the hospital has the necessary capacity to deal with any increase in suspected and confirmed COVID 19 cases.
We all know the dreadful feeling of sneezing or coughing suddenly while having coffee with friends or while out shopping and how humiliating and embarrassing it is to be caught short and leak urine.
We all know the dreadful feeling of needing the bathroom suddenly to empty the bowels while having coffee with friends or while out shopping and how humiliating and embarrassing it is to be caught short and pass stool. Worse still is the fear of not being able to control wind or gas. Help is available to give yourself back your freedom without fear of bowel leaks and to ensure optimal bowel emptying and solve constipation!
Local men's and women’s health clinician, Aoife Ni Eochaidh, chartered physiotherapist, and Dr Audrey Kinahan, pharmacist, University Pharmacy, have announced details of an upcoming Looking Forward after Breast Cancer Surgery seminar.
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Catriona Byrne at The Foot Clinic has been providing a chiropody service for the past seven years and continues to treat all aspects of foot and leg pain at McGorisks Pharmacy in Athlone Towncentre and Clonbrusk Primary Care Centre every Thursday afternoon.
More than 300 chiropody appointments per month have been taken out of communities in Galway and centralised to Merlin Park Hospital, but instead of improving services, centralisation has "made life a lot more difficult for" patients.