Bladder & Bowel Preparation for Radiotherapy to the Pelvis

Bladder & Bowel Preparation for Radiotherapy to the Pelvis


To ensure that the irradiation area is in the same position during treatment as it was in the CT scan, you will be advised to have an empty bowel and a comfortably full bladder for each appointment.

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Cancer Treatment: TrueBeam™ STx

Cancer Treatment: TrueBeam™ STx


The advanced radiotherapy system offers sophisticated imaging and motion management, sub-milimitre dosage delivery accuracy, and rotating ability to give fast and powerful treatments that often last only a few minutes.

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Cancer Treatment: Brachytherapy

Cancer Treatment: Brachytherapy


Brachytherapy is a type of radiotherapy treatment which uses a radioactive source placed close to the tumour. It can deliver high doses of radiation to specific sites quickly.

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Patient’s Guide to Robotic-Arm Assisted Joint Replacement Surgery

Patient’s Guide to Robotic-Arm Assisted Joint Replacement Surgery


With refined and outstanding technology, an experienced and certified joint replacement orthopaedic surgeon can enhance your mobility and joint function with even more surgical accuracy than before.

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Discharge Advice for Post-Angiogram & Angioplasty Patients

Discharge Advice for Post-Angiogram & Angioplasty Patients


Find out important things to take note of following your discharge from the hospital after a cardiac catheterisation procedure, i.e. a coronary angiogram or angioplasty.

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