Dublin hospital to review colonoscopies in 'precautionary measure'

Dublin hospital to review colonoscopies in 'precautionary measure'

St Columcille's Hospital in Loughlinstown in Dublin is going to review dozens of colonoscopies.

Management says it is a "precautionary measure", and that the risk to patients is low.

65 people are being offered repeat procedures.

Patients identified have been contacted by the hospital.

- Digital Desk


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