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HIQA wants Galway hospitals to revise blood monitoring procedures

Galway’s hospitals are being asked to review their procedures for management of blood monitoring equipment following unannounced inspections at the hospitals by the Health Information and Quality Authority.

US medical system which reduced consultant waiting lists may be key to health service reform here

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A new medical model which has resulted in major reductions in consultant waiting lists in the United States may be one of the keys to the reform of the health service here.

Former patients test negative for hepatitis C after healthcare worker scare

Some 340 people who were screened for hepatitis C in the west - after it emerged they may have been treated by a healthcare worker infected with the virus - have tested negative.

No positive cases expected in hepatitis C tests

The hepatitis C scare that arose for Mayo patients following a ‘media leak’ about an infected health care worker at the weekend is not expected to result in any public contamination, according to a medical official.

Hep C scare will rock public confidence in ‘shaky’ HSE service

A local patients’ advocate has warned that the hepatitis C scare - which has resulted in more than 450 former public hospital patients being offered screening after it emerged they may have been treated by a surgeon infected by the virus - may further rock public confidence in an “already shaky” HSE led health service.


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