“Unbreakable POHUY”: Ukrainian designers have developed special Velcro clothes for wounded soldiers. The cost of the set is UAH 1,600

Ukrainian brand POHUY, in collaboration with benefactors, produced clothes for wounded soldiers, which will be comfortable to wear in case of injuries in hospitals. “It is excruciatingly…

Russia turns hospitals in Crimea into military hospitals, and sends staff to mainland Ukraine

Some medical institutions, especially in the north of the peninsula, have been turned into military field hospitals for the wounded and injured Russian military. Over the past…

Russia turns Crimean hospitals into military hospitals, sends staff to mainland Ukraine

Some medical institutions, especially in the north of the peninsula, have been turned into military field hospitals for the wounded and injured Russian military. Over the past…

Zelensky called how many Russian Federation has completely destroyed hospitals since the beginning of the war

Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation into Ukraine, the military of the aggressor country has destroyed 570 healthcare facilities, completely destroyed 101…

During the war, the enemy destroyed 101 Ukrainian hospitals

The shells and rockets of the invaders hit 600 Ukrainian medical institutions. For 78 days Russian terrorists have been shelling residential areas and civilian facilities. 101 hospitals…

The Russian Defense Ministry "announced" attacks on hospitals in four regions of Ukraine

On Thursday evening, May 5, the Russian Ministry of Defense named four hospitals in Ukraine in which military equipment of the Armed Forces of Ukraine was allegedly…

Russians deploy military hospitals in occupied territories – General Staff

The occupiers are constantly losing combat personnel. In order to treat the wounded, the enemy began to use hospitals in the temporarily occupied territories. In particular, the…

In the occupied territories, enemies steal medical equipment, drive out the sick and force them to treat their wounded – intelligence

In the temporarily occupied territories, the Russian military commit arbitrariness: they do not allow civilians to use medical services. In general, the occupiers prevent the import of…

The occupiers in Chernihiv destroyed all the hospitals: most of them can no longer be restored

There is not a single hospital left in Chernihiv that has not been damaged by the occupiers. The Russian invaders in Chernihiv destroyed all the medical institutions…

It is time for the NHS to recover the lost art of convalescence

In his new book, Recovery: The Lost Art of Convalescence, Edinburgh GP and writer Gavin Francis recalls local hospitals, sanatoriums and asylums where patients were once admitted…

‘Holby City was special – it’s an unnecessary victim of the new BBC dogma’

His co-creator McHale points out that Holby’s shoestring budget meant no location scenes, which, counterintuitively worked very much in its favour. “Casualty is a series of guest…

It’s ‘nonsense’ to suggest hospital staff speak only English at work, NHS director says

An NHS director has said hospital staff should not be required to speak only in English to colleagues while at work. Partha Kar, NHS England’s director of…

Urgency needed on rollout of fourth Covid vaccine as hospitalisations soar, NHS warned

Almost half of hospital patients with Covid are “incidental” cases, which means they are more likely to reflect infection rates in the community without the time lag associated…

Allow visitors for an hour a day under ‘living with Covid’ plan, hospitals told

The policies varied across the country, with around a quarter of hospital trusts banning all routine visits. In some cases, visitors were only allowed to see loved…

Emergency, episode 1, review: turning real-life trauma into a queasy TV cliffhanger

The decision to broadcast Emergency (Channel 4) across four consecutive nights leaves an uneasy feeling. Like similar shows of this type, such as 24 Hours in A&E,…

Alcohol causes one in 20 hospital admissions, with rising figures ‘compounded’ by Covid pandemic

More than one in 20 hospital admissions are now fuelled by alcohol, new figures show, with almost a million cases a year. The statistics from NHS Digital…

Hospital patients to be moved into hotel to free up beds amid ‘enormous pressure’ on NHS

Hospital patients are to be moved into a hotel in a bid to free up beds amid “enormous pressure” on NHS services. Up to 15 patients will…

It’s puppy love as Prince William and Kate make friends with cockapoo Alfie on hospital visit

The Duke and Duchess are joint royal patrons of NHS Charities Together and heard about how the area was one of the country’s worst affected by Covid-19….

Covid cases nearly lower than when ‘Plan B’ was triggered as figures suggest worst is over

England’s “Plan B” restrictions are due to expire on Jan 26, and ministers hope they will not need to be renewed. Prof Mike Tildesley, of the University…

Patients with terminal illnesses ‘dying in pain’ because of NHS Covid delays

Nearly nine in 10 hospices have revealed that patients are being referred to them with terminal illnesses as a result of Covid-related NHS delays in diagnosis and…

More than half of Londoners in hospital with Covid are being treated for other illnesses

The number of people having to wait more than a year to start treatment stood at 306,996, down from 312,665 in the previous month but up 60…

Boris Johnson: Number of people catching Covid in hospital is ‘unacceptable’

On Monday, Prof Graham Medley, the chairman of the Spi-M modelling group, which advises the Government on the virus, said ministers would reach a stage where mass…

NHS can take over private hospitals under new deal

But the Health Service Journal (HSJ) reported that about two-thirds of the private sector capacity block-purchased by the NHS went unused by the service between June and…

Almost half of all Covid hospital patients in some areas are ‘incidental’ cases

Critics have warned that it is impossible to gauge the true impact that the virus is having on the NHS when the numbers are so skewed by…

Nicola Sturgeon’s deputy ‘twisting data’ to justify Scotland’s strict Covid rules

The ONS study reported that one in 25 people in England had the virus, compared to one in 40 in Scotland. However, during the period it covered…