Surgical Grand Rounds
Professor Linda Hands talks about 'Community Leg Ulcer Clinics and Telemedicine', as part of the Surgical Grand Rounds Lecture Series.
Associate Professor of Surgery
- Hon Consultant Surgeon
Appointed to current post in 1992 after training in London, Oxford and Chicago. Fellow of Green Templeton College. Served on Thames Valley Strategic Health Authority and on NICE. Director of Oxford Vascular Laboratory for more than 10 years. Currently Clinical Director of Cardiothoracic and Vascular surgery at the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust. Director of Oxford Telemedicine Institute.
1.The Inter hospital Telemedicine Study-currently underway-looking at the effect of introducing videoconferencing between patients in Horton General Hospital Emergency Dept and specialists in Oxford.
2.The Integrated Care Platform Study looking at distant diagnosis and management of leg ulcers in the community with input from Oxford based specialists.
3.The Future Ward round-use of electronic data to facilitate patient care
4.Changes in cytokines and coagulation as blood perfuses the ischaemic limb.
Between a rock and a hard place.
Lee R. et al, (2011), BMJ Case Rep, 2011
Population-based study of risk factors, incidence, case-fatality and long-term outcome of acute ischaemic peripheral vascular events
Banerjee A. et al, (2010), EUROPEAN HEART JOURNAL, 31, 922 - 922
Audit of anticoagulation after embolectomy for acute ischaemia.
Robinson T. et al, (2009), Ann R Coll Surg Engl, 91, 470 - 472
The difficult venous ulcer: case series of 177 ulcers referred for vascular surgical opinion following failure of conservative management.
Neequaye SK. et al, (2009), Angiology, 60, 492 - 495
Should we train the trainers? Results of a randomized trial.
Murphy MA. et al, (2008), J Am Coll Surg, 207, 185 - 190