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Christopher B-Lynch


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Positive Contribution To Patients Care

TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES AND HOSPITAL RECOGNITION OF MILTON KEYNES GENERAL HOSPITAL NHS TRUST (OXFORD REGION) SINCE APPOINTED AS CONSULTANT 1984 TO YEAR 2000

1984 Appointed consultant obstetrician and gynaecological surgeon with cancer expertise alongside two other colleagues whose interest were in infertility and information technology respectively.
1985 to date Founded the Myrtle Peach Trust for fundraising activities, towards cancer prevention, keyhole surgery, education and research including women’s health campaign.
1985 to 2000 Introduced Co2 laser technology for outpatient department and theatre surgery for cervical and vulval cancer prevention and conservative treatment.
1987 On National (Central) Television on 6 o’clock News covered research on Metrodin treatment for resistant polycystic ovary syndrome.
1987 Winner of the Serono Award for Assisted Conception, trophy mounted in Ward 8 at Milton Keynes Hospital followed by publication of results in learned journals.
1987 to 2000 Introduced Yag Laser technology for surgery at Milton Keynes Hospital for day/short stay hospital care.
1989 to 2000 Introduced keyhole surgery technology at Milton Keynes Hospital (being one of the first four gynaecologists to achieve training in this field in the U.S.A)
1990 to 2000 Introduced trans-cervical endometrial resection for conservative surgery for menorrhagia.
1990 to 2000 Aggressive fundraising efforts through the Myrtle Peach Trust (as Chairman) for the keyhole surgery programme which has provided immense benefit to Milton Keynes Hospital recognition and patients’ quality of life.
1996
On Independent Television, participated in a women’s health awareness programme on “the abnormal smear – what does it mean?”

1997

Personal profile and portrait exhibition for outstanding achievement – at the National Portrait Gallery, Trafalgar Square, February to July 1997.

1997

Introduced the technique of trans-cervical endometrial ablation for menorrhagia as day case treatment.

1998

Introduced the technique of tension free vaginal tape for conservative treatment of female genuine stress incontinence, cost saving, bed sparing and improvement in patients’ reduced morbidity and quality of life.

1998 to 2000

Introduced Tension Free Vaginal Tape for conservative surgical treatment of female genuine stress incontinence.

2000 to 2004

Clinical Director Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Milton Keynes General Hospital NHS Trust.Finalist and Runner up in Surgical Trainer of the Year 2000 Competition – Silver Scalpel Award (Smith & Nephew Foundation). Published in ‘Hospital Doctor’ Supplement, ‘Working in Surgery’ November 2000.
2004 to Date • Lead Colposcopist• Lead cancer surgeon in collaboration with the Northampton Cancer Centre• Lead minimal access surgeon for training and practice (RCOG Preceptor)Membership of local and regional (Oxford Deanery) groups for Colposcopy and gynaecological cancer tumour sites specific management in keeping with multi-disciplinary care according to the C.O.G. guidelines and government recommendations.
Major contribution to obstetrics surgery (surgical treatment for postpartum haemorrhage an alternative to hysterectomy) invented in Milton Keynes Hospital by Christopher B-Lynch and is now in world-wide application, and reported as successful treatment. (Reference BJOG March 1997)


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