Prise En Charge

Cette vidéo montre comment est prise en charge, dans l'urgence, une personne atteinte d'un infarctus ou d'une angine de poitrine. On apprend également comment se déroulent les soins dans le service de cardiologie et quelles sont les précautions à prendre lors du retour à domicile.

06 More time for patients

Plus de temps pour les patients - Projets stratégique

Better division of labour between administrative staff and medical caregivers means that more time can be allocated to interaction with patients.

Chatting and being kept informed are among patients' legitimate expectations of their caregivers. This takes time; time which can be spared by establishing a better balance of activities.

For patients

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Improving patient welcome and enhancing relations

Patient satisfaction is a priority for the HUG. Achieving this not only relies on the quality of care provided, but also respect for the individual and their needs. Employees strive to give every single patient a level of welcome and care that is worthy of their expectations.

Ophthalmology

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Modernisation of the technical platform

To make sure patients are treated in complete safety, the ergonomics of operating rooms is paramount. In 2015, ophthalmology redesigned two rooms by optimising the positioning of each party present (patient, doctors, nurses, mobile equipment) and by modernising equipment (computerised anaesthetic machines, surgical lighting with video system, microscopes, and so on.).

Pulsations TV Novembre 2015 - Simple, efficace et en partie révolutionnaire, l’impression 3D a depuis ses premiers prototypes permis au monde de la santé d’imaginer de nouvelles perspectives.

Easing the pain

Whether caused by an illness or operation, pain can cause significant suffering, both physical and psychological. Since 2003, the HUG has been pursuing an institutional program aimed at improving the assessment, treatment and monitoring of pain. Pain caused by treatment is a key focus.

Heart attacks: acting without delay

Time also plays a vital role in the management of myocardial infarction, commonly known as a heart attack. The faster treatment is given, the better the prognosis. To accelerate medical procedures and save lives, the HUG has set up a pre-hospital alarm system or STEMI (STElevation Myocardial Infarction) alarm in 2006, which speeds up the patient's care and allows direct access to the cath lab, without going through the ER.

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