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  • The Centre For Colorectal Disease
    Site Services Clinical Facilities Donations Professional Development Education About Us St Vincent s Healthcare Group

    Original URL path: http://www.colorectal.ie/ (2016-02-09)
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  • The Centre For Colorectal Disease
    causes of Colorectal Cancer and inflammatory bowel disease through translational research The Centre for Colorectal Disease at St Vincent s Hospital in Dublin encompasses patient care educational research and clinical research to lead to improved clinical management of patients L R IBD Nurse Specialist Denise Keegan Prof Hugh Mulcahy Multidisciplinary teams working together provide the best care for patients The integrated unit at the Centre for Colorectal Disease includes surgeons gastroenterologists oncologists pathologists radiologists and specialist paramedical and nursing personnel to ensure a comprehensive treatment for each and every patient L R Prof Jean Frederic Colombel Prof Hugh Mulcahy attending the International IBD Conference Barcelona 2014 The Centre for Colorectal Diseases which has treated over 1 500 inflammatory bowel disease patients and 2 000 colorectal cancer patients in the past two decades offers a multidisciplinary and individualised approach to treatment of patients with colorectal diseases The screening diagnostic and therapeutic services incorporate all of the elements discussed above and our facilities range from the first Irish combined medical surgical colorectal clinic to the provision of complex surgical interventions and medical therapies for colorectal cancer patients and those with inflammatory bowel diseases Our collaborative approach has been achieved largely because of

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  • The Centre For Colorectal Disease
    Medical geneticist Palliative care team Nutritionists Physiotherapists Quick Links Patient Information Funding About The Centre Colorectal Cancer Resources Get Gutsy IBD Website Crohns and Ulcerative Colitis Ireland Crohns Facebook Page Irish Health com This site is Copyright Colorectal ie The

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  • The Centre For Colorectal Disease
    rectal ultrasound computerised tomography and magnetic resonance imaging Diagnostic and therapeutic video endoscopy unit Specialised standardised histopathology protocols Endoscopic cancer screening service Ano rectal physiology and manometry laboratory Integrated computerised relational databases Haematology tumour biochemistry and microbiology facilities Quick Links Patient Information Funding About The Centre Colorectal Cancer Resources Get Gutsy IBD Website Crohns and Ulcerative Colitis Ireland Crohns Facebook Page Irish Health com This site is Copyright Colorectal ie

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  • The Centre For Colorectal Disease
    Centre for Colorectal Disease at St Vincent s Hospital in Dublin encompasses patient care educational research and clinical research to lead to improved clinical management of patients To make a secure donation to the Centre for Colorectal Disease online using either a credit card or your paypal account just click on the donate button above Thank You Offline Donations For offline donations please use the following details Bank Account The

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  • The Centre For Colorectal Disease
    allied to critical audit also ensures that new treatments and technologies are assessed and incorporated into the clinical practice of senior and junior medical staff alike Many of our day to day in house clinical educational commitments are naturally allied to the Centre for Colorectal Disease However we aim to rationalise our external professional teaching activities under the umbrella of The Foundation This will allow our physicians surgeons pathologists and oncologists to present cohesive information on a broad range of colorectal diseases to regional national and international audiences in a seamless manner Although undergraduate and postgraduate medical education form a central component of the Centre wider education of the non medical population is also seen as a crucial role The Irish population has until recently sought little information on disease prevention or modification perceiving that nearly every aspect of their health was in the hands of the medical profession Nevertheless cardiovascular respiratory and infectious diseases and lung breast and ovarian cancers have all been the subject of effective public information campaigns resulting in population health benefits In contrast because of public embarrassment colorectal cancer is rarely discussed outside the medical press despite being the commonest internal cancer in the Irish

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  • The Centre For Colorectal Disease
    and females in Ireland today while Crohn s disease and ulcerative colitis are chronic inflammatory disorders that affect large numbers of Irish persons especially at a young age Other significant large bowel diseases include primary and secondary pelvic floor diseases sphincter disorders and colonic dysmotility syndromes The prognosis of these debilitating diseases is optimised by effective diagnosis and treatment and it is increasingly recognised that multidisciplinary teams working within a structured framework provide the best care for such patients The ideal primary team includes colorectal surgeons gastroenterologists oncologists pathologists radiologists and specialist paramedical and nursing personnel Core members also work closely with hepatobiliary surgeons geneticists haematologists biochemists and microbiologists and maintain close links with gynaecology urology anaesthetic intensive care and neurophysiology colleagues In addition to diagnosing and treating potentially severe colorectal diseases a holistic treatment approach recognises that dignity and quality of life are of major importance to patients and their families Optimising day to day living and function is therefore a crucial aspect of contemporary clinical care and requires close collaboration between patients medical and nursing staff physiotherapists nutritionists social workers occupational therapists psychologists and palliative care team members where appropriate Although primarily established to provide clinical care a further essential facet of a successful and comprehensive colorectal service is the provision of education and training both for health care professionals and the general population Continuing medical education and professional development ensures that new treatments and technologies are incorporated into clinical practice In addition community education programmes allow the public to play an active part in ensuring their good health and a strategic role in the development of health care facilities The centre provides individual aspects of care to patients from other regions within Ireland where such specialist facilities may not be available Specialist care areas also includes pelvic

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  • The Centre For Colorectal Disease
    performed how to prepare and what to expect during and after the procedure L R Dr Glen Doherty Prof Hugh Mulcahy Prof Kieran Sheahan Dr David Fennelly Click a link below to view information about different procedures Colonoscopy Upper GI Endoscopy Manometry Laparoscopy Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography Quick Links Patient Information Funding About The Centre Colorectal Cancer Resources Get Gutsy IBD Website Crohns and Ulcerative Colitis Ireland Crohns Facebook Page Irish

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