Posts Tagged ‘kidney disease’

Using telemedicine to support diabetes patients with kidney disease better

Wednesday, November 29th, 2017

Patients with diabetes are at risk of developing kidney disease, which often has few symptoms and if not caught in time can leave people with little option other than renal dialysis to stay alive. Now a new service from the Trust’s diabetes and endocrinology team, which uses telemedicine to allow hospital consultants to engage directly […]

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Using telemedicine to support diabetes patients with kidney disease better

Wednesday, November 29th, 2017

Patients with diabetes are at risk of developing kidney disease, which often has few symptoms and if not caught in time can leave people with little option other than renal dialysis to stay alive.  Now a new service from the Trust’s diabetes and endocrinology team, which uses telemedicine to allow hospital consultants to engage directly […]

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Parents open medical research centre in memory of their son

Friday, February 28th, 2014

When Sue Williams and Dave Haynes from Letchworth lost their son, Lee, to kidney disease in 2005 they vowed to keep his memory alive. They worked tirelessly to raise £55,000 to establish a new facility at the Lister hospital, the Lee Haynes Research Institute, which will make it easier for medical staff to carry out vital clinical research. The […]

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Parents open medical research centre in memory of their son

Friday, February 28th, 2014

When Sue Williams and Dave Haynes from Letchworth lost their son, Lee, to kidney disease in 2005 they vowed to keep his memory alive. They worked tirelessly to raise £55,000 to establish a new facility at the Lister hospital in Stevenage, the Lee Haynes Research Institute, which will make it easier for medical staff to carry out vital clinical […]

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