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# Patients

All time
Number of patients admitted on trolleys up 187% in some hospitals
This 1940s letter describes the 'decent class' of unmarried mothers who were 'first offenders'
Nurse jailed for ill treatment of 92-year-old after family installed secret camera
Call to extend emergency medical card time limit for dying patients
More than a dozen children admitted as involuntary patients in 2013
Patients in a vegetative state are often misdiagnosed, but a new brain scan may help
Firefighters and emergency workers 'extremely concerned' about Ireland's ambulance service
Tracing The Blood Line: Here’s what happens to your blood after you donate
Tracing The Blood Line: Here’s what to expect when you give blood
Ambulance cover 'needs to treble' to boost response times
People with serious illnesses asked to share their experience of palliative care
Deal reached on 10 bed unit for CF patients in Cork University Hospital
CDI is more common than MRSA and kills one in three Irish patients infected
Patients more likely to die when cared for by nurses with heavy workloads
New 'phenomenal' treatment uses patient's immune system to kill leukaemia
Final part of Mater's €284m redevelopment move underway
Updating your friends - while in a coma
Concern over high level of undetected PTSD among Irish psychiatric clients
618 kept in hospital over Christmas - despite being cleared by docs
Chemotherapy rooms for patients at new Mater Hospital building 'overcrowded'
Transparency in medical negligence cases could save the health system millions
Children's hospital performs moving Katy Perry lip dub
Patient group launched for people with severe respiratory disease
Talks between the IMO and HSE resume today
Consultants' association: HSE being driven by Troika demands, not patient welfare
One third of people are not taking enough of their prescriptions to cure them
Patients at infection risk due to poor hand-hygiene
Psychiatric unit placed CCTV in patients' bedrooms
2,446 children on eye clinic waiting lists at Crumlin Hospital
Major clean-up underway at flooded Letterkenny hospital
Doctors warn patients: Expect long waiting times to see your GP
2,500 patients a year are denied access to hospice services
105 people every day aren’t turning up for appointments at Galway hospitals
€1.5 million research investment into healthcare quality and patient safety
University of Limerick scientists invent new metal to 'significantly reduce patient trauma'
Cutting edge technologies in healthcare will increase efficiency
40 psychiatric patients escape from Kenya hospital after overpowering guards
Reilly urged to help make Lung Fibrosis drug available
Column: Competition in our health system – it’s time for that debate
Brian Turner
French patients keep HIV at bay despite stopping drugs