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The 75-year-old woman, who was suffering from a terminal illness, failed to stub the butt out properly, causing oxygen in her private room at Edinburgh's Western General Hospital to ignite.
The trial involves Singleton Hospital, Swansea University, St Mark's Hospital in London, St Vincent's University Hospital in Dublin, Edinburgh's Western General Hospital, and Betsi Cadwaladr Cancer Treatment Centre in Rhyl.
THE 1st Western General Hospital stood on the site of the modernday Aintree Hospital.
Christopher Butler, from Western General Hospital in Edinburgh, proposed that transient amnesic epilepsy might be a distinctive epilepsy syndrome.
Daryl Clyde, 25, from Drumavalley in Co Londonderry is on a life support machine in the intensive care unit of Western General Hospital.
Researchers at the Western General Hospital in Edinburgh are examining whether a particular form of the gene is more common in infants who have become victims of cot deat
The Synbiosis ProtoCOL system used in conjunction with spiral plating at the Microbiology Department, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh, helped to locate the source of last year's national outbreak of Salmonella food poisoning in Scotland, which affected 36 people.
Miller, an experimental oncologist at the Western General Hospital in Edinburgh.