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11/17/17 - $75,000 Gift to Enhance UNMC Training for Rural First Responders, Health Care
The University of Nebraska Medical Center issued the following news release:. The COPIC Medical Foundation of Denver has made a $75,000 gift to the University of Nebraska Foundation to support the Simulation in Motion-Nebraska program that was successfully launched this year by the University of Nebraska Medical Center and various partners.
11/17/17 - 'We knew they would come through': Community steps up to replace Shriners donations lost in fire [St. Louis Post-Dispatch]
Nov. 17 Even when the stockpile of toys and blankets meant for the young patients at Shriners Hospital for Children in St. Louis went up in flames, officials at the hospital stayed cool. "St. Louis and the surrounding communities are so generous," said Max Montgomery, manager of public relations for the hospital, "we knew they would come through
11/17/17 - 16 die as doctors go on strike in Bihar's premier hospital [Gulf News (United Arab Emirates)]
Patna: At least 16 patients died for want of proper medical attention in Bihar as the health services remained badly affected in state's premier Patna Medical College and Hospital for the second consecutive day on Friday owing to strike by the junior doctors. The junior doctors who are considered the backbone of health services in the state proceed
11/17/17 - AACI Rejects Administration's Proposal to Cut Reimbursement to Cancer Hospitals
The Association of American Cancer Institutes issued the following news release:. The Association of American Cancer Institutes opposes the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' Medicare Programs: Hospital Outpatient Prospective Payment Systems rule, released on November 1. The rule will cut hospital 340 B reimbursement from average sales pri
11/17/17 - Achillion Reports Preliminary Proof-of-Concept With ACH-4471 for the Treatment of C3G
NEW HAVEN- Achillion Pharmaceuticals, Inc. today reported preliminary proof-of-concept results from group 1 of its ongoing Phase 2, open-label, 14- day study of ACH-4471 for patients with C3 glomerulopathy or immune complex-mediated membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis. Tom Barbour, Royal Melbourne Hospital, Melbourne, Australia, Department of.
11/17/17 - Army Doctors Fail to Show Up
Despite government saying it had deployed military doctors to fill the huge void at Mulago national referral hospital and its subsidiary branches, there was no sign of them yesterday as the medical workers' strike continued to bite across the country. On Wednesday, Jane Ruth Aceng, the health minister, is reported to have revealed that doctors from
11/17/17 - Army doctors fail to show up [Observer, The (Uganda)]
Despite government saying it had deployed military doctors to fill the huge void at Mulago national referral hospital and its subsidiary branches, there was no sign of them yesterday as the medical workers strike continued to bite across the country. On Wednesday, Jane Ruth Aceng, the health minister, is reported to have revealed that doctors fr
11/17/17 - Bankrupt North Philadelphia Health System could continue running Girard Medical Center [Philly.com]
Nov. 16 Philadelphia has ended negotiations with NHS Human Services on a contract under which NHS would have run drug-treatment and behavioral-health operations at Girard Medical Center and the associated Goldman Clinic, a methadone center. Both are part of the bankrupt North Philadelphia Health System. Gladstein said the city still intends to si
11/17/17 - BERGEN RESIDENTS ENDORSE VALLEY HOSPITAL'S MOVE
Nearly 30 people including residents of Ridgewood and Paramus; union carpenters and sheet metal workers; physicians and former patients expressed unqualified support for the proposal at its first official public hearing at Ridgewood High School, held by the State Health Planning Board. Audrey Meyers, president of the hospital and The Valley Hea
11/17/17 - Campbell Honors Rural Advocates With Culture of Health Awards
Campbell University issued the following news release:. One a Harnett County hog farmer, the other the former president of the North Carolina Hospital Association, Tom Butler and Bill Pully's backgrounds couldn't be any more different. Butler and Pully were recipients of two "Culture of Health" awards at the first National Rural Health Day Celebrat
11/17/17 - Cincinnati Children's Research Paves Way for Newly Approved Asthma Drug
Thanks in part to nearly two decades of research at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, the FDA has approved benralizumab, the first drug designed to specifically deplete eosinophils as a treatment for asthma. The FDA approved benralizumab as an add-on maintenance treatment for severe asthma with eosinophil involvement.
11/17/17 - Construction works start on Prince of Wales emergency department [Sport360]
Construction works for a major refurbishment of the Prince of Wales adult emergency department, part of a $720 million state government overhaul of the ageing hospital, starts tomorrow. Prince of Wales Hospital and Community Health Services general manager Tobi Wilson said expanding the emergency department was a significant step forward in helping
11/17/17 - Data on Bone Research Detailed by Researchers at Kyungpook National University Hospital (Minimally invasive plate augmentation in the treatment of...
Data on Bone Research Detailed by Researchers at Kyungpook National University Hospital. By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Health& Medicine Week Current study results on Bone Research have been published. Our news journalists obtained a quote from the research from Kyungpook National University Hospital, "We hypothesized that minimally inva
11/17/17 - Data on Roentgenology Reported by Researchers at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (Effect of a Bayesian Penalized Likelihood PET...
Data on Roentgenology Reported by Researchers at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Our news editors obtained a quote from the research from Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, "BPL showed no significant change in liver SNR with increasing weight and body mass index, whereas OSEM showed increasing noise with increasing.
11/17/17 - Data on Urinary Tract Detailed by Researchers at Laniado Hospital (Sensitivity of the dipstick in detecting bacteremic urinary tract infections in...
Data on Urinary Tract Detailed by Researchers at Laniado Hospital. According to news reporting from Netanya, Israel, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "The sensitivity of the dipstick in elderly patients with a suspected urinary tract infection is unclear because of the inclusion of patients with urine contamination or asymptomatic bacteriuri
11/17/17 - DMC Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital Again Earns Top Grade in Patient Safety from The Leapfrog Group
Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital is now one of only three Michigan hospitals to receive an "A" rating for every reporting period since the inception of the grading system in 2012, and the only hospital in Southeast Michigan to achieve this. "We are proud of this accomplishment because it is a reflection of our continued focus on patient safety," said K
11/17/17 - Doctors strike: army, police yet to deploy at hospitals [Observer, The (Uganda)]
As early as 8:00am, patients had started arriving while those who slept at these health facilities were waking up. After the meeting with striking medics stalled on Wednesday, minister of Health Dr Jane Ruth Aceng said he notified President Yoweri Museveni who authorised the ministry's request to have doctors from armed forces deployed to attend to
11/17/17 - Doctors' strike shuts OPDs in Karnataka private hospitals [Qatar Tribune]
IANS Bengaluru Hundreds of private hospitals across Karnataka on Thursday shut their OPDs again as thousands of doctors intensified their strike against the penal provisions in the amendment bill to the KPME Act drafted by the government. The OPDs were also shut on November 3. "OPDs in all private hospitals have been shut as we have decided to con
11/17/17 - Dorcas Foundation: Children with Cancer Dying Daily in Nigeria
By Martins Ifijeh The Founder, The Dorcas Cancer Foundation, Dr. Adedayo made the remark during a fund raising concert organised by the Gospel of Compassion 3 in honour of The Dorcas Cancer Foundation for the treatment of children with cancer. Joseph, who is also a consultant clinical and Radiation Oncologist at the Lagos University Teaching Hospit
11/17/17 - Eye care plan is approved
A Pounds 27.3 MILLION plan to expand a national hospital in the West of Scotland have taken a step forward. An outline business case has been approved for a dedicated opthamology unit at the Golden Jubilee Hospital in Clydebank. Jill Young, chief executive of the Golden Jubilee Foundation, said: "Agreement for the Golden Jubilee to move forward in
11/17/17 - Findings from AHEPA University Hospital Provides New Data about Guillain-Barre Syndrome (Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease 1X Simulating Paraparetic...
Findings from AHEPA University Hospital Provides New Data about Guillain-Barre Syndrome. By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Genomics& Genetics Weekly Data detailed on Autoimmune Diseases and Conditions- Guillain-Barre Syndrome have been presented. The news reporters obtained a quote from the research from AHEPA University Hospital, "We descr
11/17/17 - Findings from Hospital das Clinicas Provide New Insights into Drugs and Therapies (Interventions of the clinical pharmacist in an Intermediate Care...
Findings from Hospital das Clinicas Provide New Insights into Drugs and Therapies. By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Drug Week Current study results on Drugs and Therapies have been published. According to news reporting from Sao Paulo, Brazil, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "To discuss the role of the clinical pharmacist in hospit
11/17/17 - Findings from Massachusetts General Hospital Broaden Understanding of Radiation Therapy (Prospective, Randomized Study of Radiation Dose Escalation...
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Drug Week A new study on Drugs and Therapies- Radiation Therapy is now available. According to news reporting out of Boston, Massachusetts, by NewsRx editors, research stated, "To assess the outcomes of benign meningiomas treated to two radiation dose levels. Our news journalists obtained a quote from the r
11/17/17 - Findings from Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Broaden Understanding of Diet and Nutrition (Toward the Development of Predictive Equations...
According to news reporting originating from Hershey, Pennsylvania, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, "There are many equations used for calculating energy needs of nutrition support patients but few developed specifically for the subset of spontaneously breathing acutely ill patients. Our news editors obtained a quote from the research fr
11/17/17 - Findings from Public Hospital System Has Provided New Data on Laboratory Research (Impact of pH on Urine Chemistry Assayed on Roche Analyzers)
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Science Letter Data detailed on Laboratory Research have been presented. For more information on this research see: Impact of pH on Urine Chemistry Assayed on Roche Analyzers. Clinical Laboratory, 2017; 63 (10): 1749-1753. Clinical Laboratory can be contacted at: Clin Lab Publ, Im Breitspiel 15, Heidelberg,
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