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5/24/17 - As drug-related heart infections climb, doctors weigh ethics of operating or not [The Knoxville News-Sentinel, Tenn.]
May 23 A spike in the number of patients coming in with infected heart valves has surgeons speaking up because even if the expensive and involved surgery is successful, many of these patients, who inject opioid drugs, still will die young. Those patients who got endocarditis other than through drug use especially young ones almost always no
5/24/17 - Cholera Appears in North Kordofan Capital
The hospital in El Obeid, capital of North Kordofan, received 38 cases of cholera by the state health authorities. A medical source told Radio Dabanga that cholera infections appeared in El Obeid starting two days ago. The Eye Hospital in the town has been turned into an isolation centre to accommodate the rising number of cases: currently 183 pati
5/24/17 - CM to launch patient-friendlyOP facilities at SAT hospital [T-break Tech (Middle East)]
The new patient-friendly out-patient clinic facilities, one of the main components envisaged as part of the governments plan to revamp public health facilities under Aardram Mission, will be inaugurated by the Chief Minister, Pinarayi Vijayan, at the newly constructed Mother and Child block at SAT Hospital here on May 24. This new six-storey block
5/24/17 - Family of dead boy protests at Fawara Chowk
After an 11- year-old boy died at the emergency department of the District Headquarters Hospital in Rawalpindi while receiving medical treatment, his relatives staged a protest in the hospital on Tuesday. After the boy's death, his family placed his body at Fawara Chowk in Raja Bazaar and blocked one of the busiest intersections in the garrison cit
5/24/17 - Findings from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in the Area of Buprenorphine Therapy Described (Peripartum Anesthetic Management of the Opioid-tolerant or...
Findings from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in the Area of Buprenorphine Therapy Described. The news correspondents obtained a quote from the research from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, "The management of the opioid-tolerant, buprenorphine-dependent or methadone-dependent patient in the peripartum period is reviewed. Keywords for this news article...
5/24/17 - Findings from Sheba Medical Center in the Area of Pancreatic Cancer Reported (Pancreatic cancer ascites xenograft-an expeditious model mirroring...
Findings from Sheba Medical Center in the Area of Pancreatic Cancer Reported. According to news originating from Tel Hashomer, Israel, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, "Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma has limited treatment options. Our news journalists obtained a quote from the research from Sheba Medical Center, "Ascites accumulation oc
5/24/17 - Goodnight at Noon
But after l wheeled my daughter Kikaose Ebiye Onyibe, a second year law undergraduate at the university of Birmingham, U.K, into the ICU at Gold Cross Hospital on Bourdilion Road, Ikoyi Lagos, and she did not come out of the hospital alive on that fateful April 12, l realised that l had practically appropriated the sad ICU experience which was a
5/24/17 - Health board fined Pounds 100,000 over failings in patient suicides
Kenneth McRae, 44, and 27- year-old mother-of-two Louise Docherty were admitted to hospital with mental health issues and took their own lives when out of sight of medics. Medical student Mr McRae was found under the covers in his bed at Stobhill Hospital in Glasgow with a bin liner over his head in September 2012. Ms Docherty was in Paisley's Dyke
5/24/17 - Health board is fined Pounds 100k after bin liner deaths horror
Kenneth McRae, 44, and 27- year-old Louise Docherty were admitted to hospital with mental health issues and took their own lives when out of sight of medics. Medical student Mr McRae was found under his covers in his bed at Stobhill Hospital with a bin- liner over his head in September 2012. Mum-of-two Miss Docherty was in Dykebar Hospital in March
5/24/17 - Help appeal for patients' special day
The cancer team from Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust is holding the special day which aims to help sufferers of the disease and their families relax. More than 300 people attended the event last year and organisers hope it will be a huge hit once again when it goes ahead on July 8. Jenny Donovan, cancer service manager, said: "Bein
5/24/17 - Houston-Area Psychiatrist Convicted of Health Care Fraud for Role in $158 Million Medicare Fraud Scheme [African Manager (Tunisia)]
A federal jury convicted a Houston- area psychiatrist today for his role in a $158 million Medicare fraud scheme. According to evidence presented at trial, from 2006 until February 2012, Mazcuri and others engaged in a scheme to defraud Medicare by submitting to Medicare, through Riverside General Hospital, approximately $158 million in false and f
5/24/17 - Huntsville Hospital System, UnitedHealthcare, OK network agreement [The News Courier, Athens, Ala.]
May 23 Those enrolled in UnitedHealthcare's Medicare Advantage plan now have access to the Huntsville Hospital System and facilities, which includes Athens-Limestone Hospital and Madison Hospital. "Huntsville Hospital is an important addition to our Medicare Advantage care provider network and offers our plan participants greater choice and acce
5/24/17 - Inova Loudoun Hospital Receives Level III Trauma Center Designation
Inova Loudoun Hospital has received the Level III trauma center designation from the Virginia Department of Health. "In keeping faith with our community, we are now offering trauma services," said CEO Deborah Addo, Inova Loudoun Hospital. According to the Virginia Department of Health, Level III trauma centers, through an organized trauma response
5/24/17 - Medical device containing patient information stolen from DePaul Hospital [St. Louis Post-Dispatch]
May 23 SSM Health has notified 836 patients that their personal information may have been compromised after a medical device was stolen from DePaul Hospital. The device looks like a laptop and that's likely why it was stolen not because it contained patient information, SSM Health, owner of DePaul Hospital in Bridgeton, said in a statement.
5/24/17 - Minister Cracks Whip On Absentee Doctors
The minister of state for Primary Health Care, Joyce Moriku Kaducu, has said all medical practitioners who are absent from work and are studying without permission should be fired. Speaking to medical practitioners working at the China-Uganda Friendship hospital in Naguru, the minister was particularly angered by the number of missing staff who are
5/24/17 - Minister cracks whip on absentee doctors [Observer, The (Uganda)]
The minister of state for Primary Health Care, Joyce Moriku Kaducu, has said all medical practitioners who are absent from work and are studying without permission should be fired. Speaking to medical practitioners working at the China-Uganda Friendship hospital in Naguru, the minister was particularly angered by the number of missing staff who are
5/24/17 - New Crohn's Disease Data Have Been Reported by Researchers at Saitama Medical Center (Does long-term efficacy differ between infliximab and...
New Crohn's Disease Data Have Been Reported by Researchers at Saitama Medical Center. The news correspondents obtained a quote from the research from Saitama Medical Center, "Of 137 biologic-treated CD patients, 68 continuously receiving the same biologic type for at least 1 year were divided into 2 groups: infliximab and adalimumab. At 1 year afte
5/24/17 - New Diphtheria Data Have Been Reported by Researchers at University Hospital Basel (Safety of vaccinations in patients with cryopyrin-associated...
New Diphtheria Data Have Been Reported by Researchers at University Hospital Basel. By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Vaccine Weekly Investigators publish new report on Infectious Diseases and Conditions- Diphtheria. According to news reporting from Basel, Switzerland, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "Pneumococcal, tetanus and influ
5/24/17 - New main entrance to open at Milton Keynes University Hospital [Tehran Times (Iran)]
The building will offer a Costa Coffee shop, a Subway restaurant and a Little Fresh a convenience store that will offer seasonal products as well as an additional seating area with 80 chairs. Patients and visitors will further benefit from a manned reception desk, a Patient Advice and Liaison Service lounge and an Information, Advice and Support Ce
5/24/17 - Number of patients with hospital bugs in acute wards down by half
THE number of patients infected with hospital bugs in Scotland's acute wards has halved in a decade but they remain a "significant burden", a watchdog has warned. One in 22 adult patients at any one time was found to have a healthcare-associated infection such as MRSA in the most recent survey in 2016, down from one in 10 when the rates were first
5/24/17 - Phone-Based Transitional Care Program Has High Patient Engagement and Can Be Implemented Using Existing Hospital Infrastructure
The American College of Surgeons issued the following news release:. However, no evidence-based transitional care program existed for surgical patients, according to lead study author Sharon Weber, MD, FACS, professor and chief of the division of surgical oncology, department of surgery, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health,
5/24/17 - Reports from Academic Medical Center Highlight Recent Findings in Fabry Disease (Characterization of Classical and Nonclassical Fabry Disease: A...
According to news reporting out of Amsterdam, Netherlands, by NewsRx editors, research stated, "Fabry disease leads to renal, cardiac, and cerebrovascular manifestations. Our news journalists obtained a quote from the research from Academic Medical Center, "To describe the natural course of Fabry disease stratified by sex and phenotype, we retrospe
5/24/17 - Seattle Children's Brings First-of-its-kind Precision Medicine Clinical Trial to Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Bone Marrow Transplant Patients
Seattle Children's Hospital issued the following news release:. In an effort to find new strategies to personalize treatment for pediatric patients, Seattle Children's has opened the first clinical trial applying next-generation T-cell receptor sequencing and single-cell gene expression analysis to better understand how the immune system drives...
5/24/17 - Sens. Heinrich, Udall Say TrumpCare Will Hurt Rural America
Robert Rosenberg and National Association of Rural Health Clinics President John Gill, along with U.S. Senators Al Franken and Bob Casey. The report also details other ways TrumpCare would devastate rural communities, including increasing the number of uninsured, stripping $839 billion from Medicaid, threatening rural hospital closures, and...
5/24/17 - Tawuniya conducts blood donation drive [Saudi Gazette, The]
THE Company for Cooperative Insurance concluded an employees? Blood Donation Campaign in cooperation with King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre. This Campaign took place last May 16-18 at the Company s Head Office in Riyadh. Al-Bahiti recognized the role played by King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre, which is cons
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