A shortage of the vital medical hygiene items that hospitals and doctors use to clean and disinfect their bodies has left many hospitals struggling to provide the necessary supplies.

In a survey of doctors and nurses published by the Medical Journal of the UK (MJUK), 70 per cent of those who had a job at a hospital said that they did not have enough medical hygiene equipment, while 22 per cent said they had no medical hygiene at all.

The survey of 5,000 healthcare workers also found that the majority of those surveyed had limited access to toilet paper, shampoo, sanitary napkins and other items they needed to perform their duties.

A lack of supplies is a big issue for the NHS, and the MJUK survey has shown that hospitals have been struggling to get new staff into the job market.

Although the survey was conducted in October, it found that hospitals were only adding 1,600 staff last month.

This is despite a recent announcement by NHS England that it will expand the number of nursing homes to allow them to employ up to 10,000 people by the end of the year.

With so many people struggling to find a job, hospitals are struggling to recruit the people who will be needed.

As the number and type of staff that the NHS needs to be able to manage increases, the shortage of items and supplies for medical hygiene is likely to increase as well.

“A shortage of these items is a serious issue that will take years to fix,” said Dr Simon Brown, a senior consultant medical officer at the M.D.

A, who commissioned the study.

For a medical team to perform medical hygiene duties, they have to know how to properly clean and sanitise their bodies.

While there is currently no definitive reason why the shortage exists, there are a number of theories that have been proposed.

Some suggest that the current supply of sanitary pads and sanitary towels is a result of the NHS being more reliant on private health care providers to supply their supplies.

However, the MjUK survey found that this was not the case.

Another possible reason is that hospital bosses and senior staff have been forced to limit their supply of these vital items to prevent them from falling into the hands of rogue contractors.

According to Dr Brown, these contractors are taking advantage of the fact that the supply of hygiene items has been limited by the lack of access to the NHS.

It’s also believed that there is a shortage in the supply chain, with the majority not knowing where their medical hygiene products come from.

If a hospital or a hospital-based healthcare provider is not able to provide their own supplies, they will have to order them from overseas, often in the form of commercial items such as shampoo and soap.

When patients have to go to the toilet, this is a huge inconvenience and the lack the supply, Dr Brown said.

He also said that this is often a problem because there are many different types of sanitizers available to different people, so people who need a particular type of sanitiser may have to spend hours searching online for a particular product.

There is also a lack of staff trained in the medical hygiene profession, with just over half of doctors surveyed not having had their training in this field.

Hospitals are also unable to afford the additional costs associated with training new medical staff in the area of medical waste disposal, Dr Smith said.

Dr Smith said that he was concerned that hospitals could not recruit enough people to fill the role of medical hygienists, but the Mijuk survey suggests that hospitals are not alone.

Dr Brown believes that the shortages are being caused by the UK government’s lack of investment in healthcare in general.

Despite this, the NHS is continuing to invest in its health system and will be spending £200 million a year on healthcare for the next five years, according to the MavUK survey.

However, this will only last until 2020, with many experts believing that the government will need to make further improvements in healthcare funding if it is to address the situation.

Last year, the UK spent £13.7 billion on healthcare, but according to a recent report by the Royal College of Physicians, this amount is far less than what is needed.

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