Friday, August 23, 2019
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Health Facts: Delirium

Delirium is one of the most common complications of hospitalisation. Sydney Adventist Hospital's Marleta Fong discusses why it is often misdiagnosed and what is being done about it at the San.

Adventist Healthcare Ltd

Brett Goods provides a snapshot of the present and future work and mission of AHCL.

Health Matters: Incontinence in men

Sydney Adventist Hospital urologist Dr Phillip Katelaris explains the causes, symptoms and treatments of male incontinence.

San celebrates mums

Hundreds of mums, babies, doctors and midwives gathered on the San's front lawn this morning for the fifth annual Teddy Bears Picnic.

Special gift for Easter babies

The San's Help Team volunteers have lovingly knitted booties for babies born over the Easter weekend.

Health Matters: Pacemakers

Find out about the world's smallest pacemaker with Dr Peter Illes from Sydney Adventist Hospital.

Health Matters: Orthopaedic surgery

Sydney Adventist Hospital orthopaedic surgeon Dr David Duckworth talks about the common causes of rotator cuff injuries and the different treatment options available.

San Regifting Fair a big success

Money raised at the inaugural fair is being donated to the Hornsby Women’s Shelter.

Health Matters: Varicose veins

Sydney Adventist Hospital vascular surgeon Dr Pecky De Silva talks about the risk factors and treatment of varicose veins.

San surgeon a finalist in Women of the Year Awards

Associate professor Payal Mukherjee is committed to inspiring young women into pursuing careers in surgery and medical technology.
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