Royal Free London Foundation Trust - Ambulatory lung biopsy service: a new model for the NHS
Royal Free London Foundation Trust introduced Heimlich valve management of biopsy-related pneumothorax.
This small device has allowed 99 per cent of patients to go home within an hour of insertion. As well as cost savings, the system has led to interest from NHS England.
Judges said: “A significant problem is being addressed here in a very practical way.”
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- University Hospitals Bristol Foundation Trust - Real-Time Staff Feedback to Improve Staff Engagement and Quality of Care Delivered - The ‘Happy-App’
- University Hospitals Southampton Foundation Trust - Out of Hours and Seven Day Services in Secondary Care
- Western Sussex Hospitals Foundation Trust - Emergency Floor project
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