The Resus Room podcast delves into the complexities of diagnosing acute aortic syndrome. This episode provides a vital look at the nuances of AAS, a condition frequently misdiagnosed and fraught with treatment delays.
Glasgow symposium offered crucial insights for healthcare professionals. Highlighting key challenges and innovations in diagnosis and treatment.
The North West event marks a turning point in aortic dissection care, uniting patients and professionals in a ground breaking initiative.
The HSJ Award triumph by Hull University Teaching Hospitals underscores their innovative strides in diagnosing thoracic aortic dissection, symbolising a milestone in patient safety and medical education.
The DAShED study provides critical insights into the diagnosis of Acute Aortic Syndrome in emergency departments, presenting essential data that significantly improve diagnostic precision in emergency medicine.
The Charity embarks on a new chapter of enhanced medical research through its introductory membership with the Association of Medical Research Charities.
Advocacy efforts at the Conservative Party Conference and Labour Party Conference. Insights into healthcare reforms and discussions aimed at improving conditions for individuals with aortic dissection and other long-term health conditions are explored.
Experts share insights on diagnosis, management, and real patient cases, highlighting common diagnostic pitfalls and recommended practices to improve patient outcomes in the emergency department (ED).
September 2023 highlighted significant strides in aortic dissection research, community engagement, and fundraising efforts.
A survey conducted across NHS trusts in Great Britain indicates gaps in AAS management and education. While general cardiovascular preparedness is evident, specific protocols for AAS remain under-addressed.
Unveiling the winners of the 2023 research grants focused on transforming the diagnosis of aortic dissection.
Engaging patients and their families is essential for preventing misdiagnoses, especially for severe conditions like aortic dissection that could result in fatal outcomes.
The Aortic Dissection Charitable Trust, in collaboration with the Department of Health and Social Care & NHS England, heralds a monumental leap in aortic dissection care through the approval of an innovative Elective Aortic Dissection Toolkit.
Celebrities patients and medical professionals came together in a show of unity, marking an important step towards improving diagnosis and survival rates of the condition.
Delving into aortic dissection’s nuances with experts, this webinar is an essential recap for primary care professionals.
MP Pauline Latham’s retirement marks the beginning of her intensified efforts towards aortic dissection advocacy.
Under the stars, the echoes of laughter mixed with stories of survival reminded us of life’s precious rhythm and the pure joy of being part of it.
Inspiring underrepresented students to explore the exciting world of biomedical research and discover the many fascinating career opportunities within this field.
After a tragic misdiagnosis in 2015, a mission emerged to rectify critical gaps in medical procedures through an impactful petition.
AI in healthcare provides promising opportunities to enhance patient care, particularly in the realm of aortic disease. The ChatAortaAI project aims to use AI to increase awareness, improve diagnosis, and provide essential information to patients and medical professionals.
Minister’s recent formal call for aortic dissection research marks a pivotal moment for progress in diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.
Pauline Latham MP led a debate in Westminster Hall to raise awareness of aortic dissection and called for greater consistency in the diagnosis, treatment, and aftercare of the condition.