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Links to Clinical Pages
Mr Shergill has written clinical papers on the Mediplus Suprapubic Foley Catheter with Introducing Set (SPC). His website is intended as an introduction to his current urology practice in Wrexham, North Wales and Chester, Cheshire, as well as providing an information resource for all patients and healthcare professionals alike. www.shergillurology.com
NTAC have adopted the Mediplus Suprapubic Foley Catheter with Introducing Set (SPC).
The NHS Technology Adoption Centre, based in Manchester, was launched in September 2007 with the following key aims:
- To assist organisations to navigate the complexities of the 'NHS adoption landscape'
- To work with partners to identify those technologies which will provide cost effective improved patient outcomes in the NHS
- To work with NHS Trusts to support the sustainable implementation of new technology as an integral part of service and system solutions, identifying where changes to the pathway or service may be needed to unlock the full benefits of the technology
- To produce detailed NHS focused Guides detailing how the technology can be successfully implemented and the benefits to both patients and organisations that can be achieved
The How to Why to Guide on the Mediplus SPC can be found by clicking here
S-Cath Training Days
Link to the Mediplus Suprapubic Foley Catheter with Introducing Set video on YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3C-dBru73-E
Clinical Associations & Organisations
The European Society of Residents in Urology (ESRU) was founded in 1991 as the body representing the trainees in urological surgery within the European Union and its associated countries. From the start in 1991 until the beginning of 1996 the name of the organization was European Board of Urologists in Training (EBUT). The ESRU is an independent organization working in close cooperation with the European Board of Urology (EBU) and the European Association of Urology (EAU) in matters concerning the training and education of residents in urology. The ESRU is based upon work done by residents; they are grouped in the ESRU-Board
The EAU represents the leading authority within Europe on urological practice, research and education. Over 13,000 medical professionals have joined its ranks and help to create forward-looking solutions for continuous improvement, professional growth and knowledge sharing