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Children with developmental conditions, and other patients in Galway, will be able to remotely attend vital consultations with healthcare professionals, following a decision to roll out new specialised software.
As the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases within County Westmeath reaches a figure of 448 (as of midnight on April 26), it has been confirmed by the HSE this week that Clonbrusk Resource Centre in Athlone, will be utilised as a Community Assessment Hub (CAH) to enable COVID-19 positive patients (confirmed and presumptive) who require a face to face clinical assessment attend a locally based unit as near as possible to where they live.
In response to the Covid-19 pandemic and the ongoing challenges faced by GPs across the country, med-tech company Full Health Medical, has developed a new clinically-driven patient empowerment solution, 'Flow', to create a safer and more efficient manner for GPs to treat patients and to free up procedural and administration time by up to 75 per cent.
While COVID-19 has taken centre-stage here in Ireland - including shaping debate about Government formation - and there has been a sense of collective effort by all aspects of our polity, other countries, like the USA, have a rather different dynamic.
Castlebar native David Ryan is a doctor on the front line working in Canada dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic first hand. He caught up with the Mayo Advertiser this week and told us about how things are in the 'Great White North'.
Heart and stroke presentations in Irish hospitals have fallen in recent weeks due to public concerns
The Irish Heart Foundation has expressed its concern that people experiencing symptoms of heart disease and stroke are not presenting at hospital due to concerns about the coronavirus and not wanting to burden the healthcare system.
NUI Galway has announced it is reviewing its existing healthcare research to repurpose it to help fight the spread of COVID-19.
Fewer than five cases of Covid-19 have been identified in Mayo, according to the most recent figures released by the National Public Emergency Team (NPET) - at the time of this issue of the Mayo Advertiser going to print. The number of cases is expected to rise over the coming days and weeks, with the NPET releasing daily updates each evening shortly before 9pm.
Mary Tierney has a hand sanitiser and a notice appealing to visitors to wash their hands attached to her front door at her home in Castlegar.