Research shows delirium is linked to more deaths and longer hospital stays
Patients with delirium – sudden confusion - when admitted to hospital are much more likely to die within 30 days and have a longer hospital stay, new research shows.
Professor shines a light on rare diseases
Consultant Neurologist and Research Lead for Adult Metabolic Medicine at Salford Care Organisation Professor Mark Roberts highlighted how research and innovation have improved treatment options for people with rare diseases in a TV interview.
Revolutionary new drug gives hope to thousands of patients
A revolutionary new medication is giving hope to thousands of patients who are living with a debilitating muscle wasting disease.
People with Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) have until recently been without any suitable medication for the condition, which leaves many sufferers unable to walk and needing to use an electric wheelchair.
Disruption to phone lines at Salford Royal on Thursday, January 27th
Between 8pm and 10pm on Thursday, January 27th, 2022, a telephone upgrade is taking place at Salford Royal.
Trauma nurse takes on challenge of a lifetime
Trauma Nurse Consultant Stuart Wildman is edging ever closer to the challenge of a lifetime – climbing Africa’s highest mountain with Manchester Arena survivor Martin Hibbert.