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By Dermot - 29th Apr 2020

The ICU FamilyLink video call unit has been introduced at University Hospital Galway (UHG) to connect family members with patients and staff in the ICU. The new system was a collaborative effort by nursing staff in the ICU, NUI Galway researchers, and the technology community in Galway, including IBM and Cisco.

UHG staff Mr Frank Kirrane, Medical Physical and Clinical Engineering Dept; and Ms Leonie Cullen, Clinical Nurse Manager 2 with the ICU FamilyLink video call unit, which is being used to connect family members with patients and staff in the ICU.

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