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Prince of Wales Private Hospital resumes 75% of elective surgeries
2 June 2020 - In accordance with the NSW Government Guidelines, Prince of Wales Private Hospital resumed up to 75% of ordinary surgical activity on 25 May 2020. This is part of a planned and staged return to normal surgery activities.
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Prince of Wales Private Hospital to resume some elective surgeries
22 April 2020 - Following Tuesday’s Federal Government announcement, Prince of Wales Private Hospital will resume approved elective surgery procedures from Monday, 27 April in a controlled and safe manner, working closely with treating physicians.
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Covid-19: What’s changed for patients and visitors?
March 2020 - The COVID-19 pandemic is changing the way we do things. For the safety of all patients, doctors and staff, we have increased our health and safety protocols and implemented rigorous screening practices.
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Getting Started With Telehealth
March 2020 - All patients may now access telehealth consultations with their doctors and allied health providers. We’ve compiled some valuable external resources to assist the set-up process in your practice.
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New Prince of Wales Private Hospital menu unveiled
February 2020 - An exciting new Hospital menu was launched on 26 February designed to boost patient nutrition and overall experience.
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Faecal Incontinence Factsheet
Faecal Incontinence (FI) is the recurring involuntary release of faeces through the anal canal. Faecal incontinence may mean the inability to control solid or liquid stool or gas.
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Understanding Chronic Pain
Chronic or persistent pain is pain that lasts for more than 3 months, or in many cases, beyond normal healing time. The defining characteristic is that chronic pain is ongoing and experienced on most days of the week.
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Understanding Chronic Migranes
Migraine is not just a headache. It is a complex brain disorder that has genetic and environmental triggers. It often starts with premonitory symptoms that include cravings and behavioural changes such as yawning and heightened perception and at times can be associated with fluid retention.
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Advanced maternal age: Your essential guide to pregnancy after 35
Advanced maternal age is the term doctors and midwives use when a woman will be aged 35 or more when she has her baby, explains Dr Wendy Hawke – an obstetrician and gynaecologist at Prince of Wales Private Hospital. Most of these women will have a healthy pregnancy and baby, but there are risks you should be aware of. There are also things you can do to boost your chances of having a healthy pregnancy and bub after age 35.
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Having a baby? 10 questions to ask your obstetrician
Having a baby? Congratulations! The time between conception and birth is one of the most exciting in your life, but it can also raise some questions. Dr Alexander Owen – obstetrician, gynaecologist and ultrasound specialist from Prince of Wales private maternity in Sydney’s eastern suburbs – answers 10 questions you might ask your obstetrician.
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