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Carlos - Responding in time
Carlos was admitted onto the PICU with a diagnosis of paranoid schizophrenia. He was severely unwell, responding to hallucinations and was paranoid. Read his story.

"It can be a struggle to identify when breathing rate is high. The Oxehealth system quickly gives a better picture of a patient’s physical health so we can respond in time."

Vincent Okugbe, Deputy Ward Manager, PICU

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Mary - Safe in isolation - COVID-19
Mary was transferred to the older adult ward from the local general hospital following mental health problems triggered by the sid...
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Carla - Relearning behaviour
Carla is in her 80s and was admitted onto the dementia ward at Manor Hospital on 21st November with a diagnosis of advanced dement...
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Ben - Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit
Ben is a young man with a diagnosis of emotionally unstable personality disorder, autistic spectrum disorder and sleep apnoea. Rea...
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Frank - Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit
Frank is a young man with a diagnosis of mild learning difficulties, post-traumatic stress disorder, psychosis and epilepsy. Read ...
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Carlos - Responding in time
Carlos was admitted onto the PICU with a diagnosis of paranoid schizophrenia. He was severely unwell, responding to hallucinations...
Story from the Ward
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Yasir - A better care plan
Yasir is in his early 30s and was admitted to the PICU in September2 due to hostile and disinhibited behaviour. Read his story.
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