Welcome to the RWT Staff Publications Repository
The repository contains the records of published and unpublished research authored by NHS staff working for the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust and its partners. The repository is managed by the Library and Knowledge Services of the Trust and supported by the Non-Medical Research Leads Network Group and the Research and Development Directorate.
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(The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust, 2021-06-08)The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on orthotic service provision in the UK; with face to face appointments largely reserved for urgent patients and in-patients, and services going through stages of re-opening ...
People with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) self-reported views on their own condition management reveal a high level of insight into the challenges faced. (Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology, Sage Journals, 2021-05-17)No abstract available.
The impact of the largest national joint registry on current knee replacement longevity estimates: an analysis and review of knee prosthesis brand and fixation technique. (The Journal of Arthroplasty, Elsevier, 2021-05-08)Background: The UK National Joint Registry is the single largest joint registry in the world enrolling 1.3 million patients and recently reaching 17 years of follow-up data. Current knee prosthesis longevity estimates are ...
(Journal of Clinical & Aesthetic Dermatology, Matrix Medical Communications, LLC, 2021-04-01)Sweat gland carcinomas can be of eccrine or apocrine origin, with the former being more common in the eyelid. They can also be of three different types, the most common of which is mucin-producing sweat gland carcinoma, ...
(Cureus, Cureus Inc., 2021-04-24)The novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has placed a burden on critical care facilities worldwide. Patients who remain critically unwell with COVID-19 require prolonged periods of ventilation, and the burden of both ...