Burns injuries can require years of painful treatments and aftercare and children can face many problems adapting to their scars, rebuilding their self-confidence and reintegrating into a society t
Children undergoing a bone marrow transplant will be hospitalised for anywhere between several weeks to six months.
With over 9,500 surgical procedures carried out in our hospital each year, the need to ensure safe and effective treatment with minimal complications and swift recovery times is vital.
A visit or stay in hospital can be an anxious time for anybody, but for young people with autism the experience can be particularly frightening and overwhelming.
Mobile x-ray units can be used at a patient’s bedside when they are considered clinically too unwell to be taken to the x-ray department.
Every year, the Paediatric Emergency Department sees approximately 46,000 children of all ages from across the north-west.