The money donated by the Coventry Phoenix Lions Club will help the health service buy a new 'Doppler' machine for the city's tissue viability service.
What does TV stand for?
TV stands for Tissue Viability
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We are now attending the outpatient department where we are met with smiling faces and special thanks go to Julie, tissue viability nurse, and Kate, diabetic specialist nurse.
In all cases, blood pressure plummets, sabotaging circulation and threatening tissue viability.
Shaun's stepmother Maria Hughes, a tissue viability nurse had said: "Shaun was weeks away from death so we feel very blessed to have him, although at the current time he is poorly following the third cycle of chemotherapy.
Tracy Tate, a tissue viability nurse, who visited patient B at the home on September 28, 2009, said the patient's pressure relieving mattress was deflated when she arrived, which had the potential to worsen her injury.
Members of the Tissue Viability Team and the Hospital At Night Team both celebrated jointly winning the Patient Safety Award.
Spectral measurements were taken using an EI FLS920 spectrometer in a temperature controlled 1 cm quartz cuvette in Phosphate Buffer Solution at 22[degrees]C, this temperature retained uniform tissue viability over 16 hours.
NAME: Karen York AGE: 30 JOB TITLE: Specialist tissue viability nurse for Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.