Growing pressure on services alongside chronic staffing issues risk creating a ‘perfect storm’ for patients.
A fault with the device makes it particularly important that patients carry two pens at all times.
The new guidelines aim to tackle harm to patients by providing clear advice.
The medications were taken out of the regulated medicines' supply chain during distribution.
The pharmacy-level recall is being undertaken as a precaution as testing revealed possible N nitrosodiethylamine (NDEA) contamination.
Blade-less portable fans were found to naturally accumulate dust and debris in the body of the fan providing a reservoir for micro-organisms.
There have been in excess of 50 deaths where a build-up of emollients has contributed to the speed and intensity of a fire.
The MHRA has issued a recall on some own-brand children’s glycerine and blackcurrant cough syrups.
The Medicines & Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency have issued the following medical device alert. All T34 ambulatory syringe pumps are at risk of unintended pump shutdowns...