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Welcome to SEDDA
-South East Dublin Department of Anaesthesia, Ireland
SEDDA is the aggregation of the Departments of Anaesthesia of seven participating hospitals located in the South East of Dublin. With St. Vincent'sa University Hospital at the core, the other constituent hospitals are The National Maternity Hospital, The Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital, St. Luke’s Hospital, St. Michael's Hospital, St. Columcille’s Hospital, and the National Rehabilitation Hospital. Read more...
Dr Hugh Gallagher, Chairman 2016 - 2017
Department of Anaesthesia, Intensive Care and Pain Medicine, Saint Vincent's University Hospital
College of Anaesthetists of Ireland - Education Calendar 2017
Royal College of Anaesthetists - 25 years anniversary conference
Date: March 8-9th 2017
Location: Mermaid Conference Centre, London
Launched Acute Pain App, SVUH January 2017
Dr. Hugh Gallagher, Chairman of Department of Anaesthesia, St. Vincent's University Hospital launches new acute pain app.
National Liver Transplant Program, St Vincent's University Hospital 2017
The program recorded the 1,000st Liver Tranplant procedure performed at St. Vincent's University Hospital in November 2016.
Memorial Conference - Professor Aongus J. Curran, UCD 2003 - 2016
Topic - "Innovations in Head & Neck Oncology" March 10th 2017
Location - St. Vincent's Univsersity Hospital, Dublin
Intrathecal Opioids in Major Hepatobiliary Surgery - 2017
MD research project & Randomised Controlled Trial - The NAPRESSIM Trial : The use of low dose naloxone infusion to prevent respiratory depression with Intrathecal Morphine, being undertaken by Dr. David Cosgrave in Anaesthesia Department, St. Vincent's University Hospital
Facillitators: Professor Alistair Nichol and Dr Niamh Conlon - Consultant Anaesthetists, SVUH
Thromboelastography and blood transfusion practice
MD research project being undertaken by Dr Fazal Memon in National Liver Transplant Unit, St. Vincent's University Hospital
Facillitators: Dr John Boylan and Dr Niamh Conlon - Consultant Anaesthetists, SVUH
Irish Healthcare Awards 2016
Winner of the Best Education Project, Dr Crina Burlacu, Director of Simulation Unit, Consultant Anaesthetist, St. Vincent's University Hospital.
Dept. of Anaesthesia SVUH - Gold Medal Award Winners 2016
Dr. Joseph Coyne (SpR in Anaesthesia)
Dr. Paul Tierney (SpR in ICU)
Dr. Eoin Kelleher (BST in Anaesthesia)
HRB CRCI official launch, Dublin
29th September 2016
Speaker: Professor Alistair Nichol, St Vincent's University Hospital, is Chair of both Critical Care Medicine in UCD ano the HRB Critical Care Clinical Trials Network Ireland.
He is also an Associate Professor of the School of Public Health, Monash Univeristy, Melbourne and Consultant Intensivist/Anaesthetist at St. Vincent's Univseristy Hospital
Topic: "Irish Critical Care Clinical Trials"
HRB invest €10 million in four new clinical trial networks
HRB Irish Critical-Care Clinical Trials Group
led by Professor Alistair Nichol, St Vincent's University Hospital and UCD
Workshop for Difficult Airways, SVUH
Date: Wednesday, February 15th 2017
Co-Ordinators: Dr. C. Burlacu, Dr. B. Ferris, Dr. N. Conlon
Dublin Hospital Golf Society 2016
Dr Dara Breslin, Consultant Anaesthetist SVUH, won the DHGS Match Play Cup representing St Vincent's Hospital. This cup has been played annually since 1908. The last SVUH winner was Dr John Hegarty in 1993.
Photo: Dr Dara Breslin with David Borton, Captain Dublin Hopsital Golf Society.
Ireland's first Limbal Stem Cell transplant in Ophthalmic Surgery
Mr. Billy Power, Consultant Ophthalmologist, performed the first Stem Cell tissue transplant eye operation in Ireland at the Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital in Dublin, 7th June 2016
National pancreas transplantation programme - St Vincent's hospital 2017
Emergency Aeromedical Support (EAS) Service now established on a permanent basis - July 2015
New multi-million euro base at Dublin Airport for rescue helicopter firm CHC
Northern Ireland Air Ambulance
Northern Ireland Air Ambulance set to launch 2017 Read More...
Joint Committee on Health, House of the Oireachtas, Leinster House
Representatives of the Connolly for Kids Hospital Group, have been invited to a public meeting, of the Joint Committee of Health, Thursday October 27th 2016, to make a submission on the suitability of the proposed location of Saint James's Hospital site as the location for the new National Paediatric Hospital.
Fianna Fáil party motion opposing St James's Febraury 22nd 2017
State awards €1bn children’s hospital contract to BAM Ireland
The proposed €1bn National Children's Hospital in Dublin will be most expensive children's hospital to be built anywhere in the world according to international data.