Promed in collaboration with Imperial College Healthcare NHS trust and Asford and St Peters NHS foundation Trust have been given a commendation for the work on NMIBC using the Leonardo Mini Dual Diode Laser from Biolitec.
Promed’s Trans Ureteral Laser Ablation of Bladder Tumours (TULA) treatment included in The Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) programme for the NHS page 21. This programme covers 40+ surgical and medical specialties, working directly with frontline clinicians to identify and reduce unwarranted variations in service delivery and clinical practice.
Each GIRFT specialty review results in a report that includes a range of evidence-based recommendations that our clinical leads, all experts in their field, feel would truly make a difference to patient care and efficiency in that specialty. In tackling the variation in the way services are provided and delivered, we are able to identify recommendations that can help improve the quality of care and outcomes for patients, as well as helping the NHS deliver much-needed efficiency savings.
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