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5/30/17 - Acupuncture helps body heal [Muskogee Phoenix, Okla.]
May 29 What used to be the bane of Western medicine is being used in hospitals and is even recommended by a major medical organization. Brandy Valentine spent eight years getting her master's in acupuncture and is a licensed acupuncturist in Oklahoma. The biggest fear most people have is first of all pain, and second, the fear of catching hepatit
5/29/17 - 40 patients die as doctors' strike enters fourth day in Abbottabad
The ongoing young doctors' strike at Ayub Medical College has taken lives of as many as 40 patients in four days however, no action has been taken by Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government so far. The protesters boycotted educational activities at the campus and suspended medical services in the hospital, saying to continue the strike until the removal of b
5/29/17 - 40 patients die due to doctors' strike in Abbottabad [Pakistan Observer]
The ongoing young doctors' strike at Ayub Medical College has taken lives of as many as 40 patients in four days, however, no action has been taken by Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government so far. The protesters boycotted educational activities at the campus and suspended medical services in the hospital, saying to continue the strike until the removal of
5/29/17 - 500 more beds to be added at NICVD: Nasim
Health and Family Planning Minister Mohammad Nasim on Saturday said another 500 beds will be added at the National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases by the June next year as part of its expansion work. Later, the minister visited the CCU, Cath Lab, emergency department and wards of the hospital. Prof Abul Kalam Azad, Director General for Health
5/29/17 - American Patients Are Crossing Oceans to See Dr. Song
3 D prostate treatment seeing huge interest from foreigners. Word of mouth from Chinese patients has spread like wire fire all over the globe, creating demand from even those from the most distant places to see Dr. Song. The Song lab has taken a patient centric approach, in that the patient is first examined and the cause of the prostatitis is dete
5/29/17 - BETSY MCCAUGHEY
So far, the lethal germ has sickened patients in New York, New Jersey, Michigan, Illinois and Massachusetts, with 122 cases reported so far this year, up from only six last year. Candida auris is already in 15 hospitals in New York, including prestigious medical centers. Acting CDC Director Anne Schuchat calls it a "catastrophic threat."
5/29/17 - Blood Pressure Monitoring Devices & Accessories Market - Hospitals, Ambulatory Surgical Centers, Clinics, and Homecare Settings - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2016 - 2024
This report on the global blood pressure monitoring devices& accessories market analyzes the current and future scenario of the global market. Rise in private and public funding for diagnostic medical devices, rising demand for advanced blood pressure monitoring devices, and favorable regulatory scenario for new device launch are boosting the gro
5/29/17 - Cardiac patients in Sargodha left in lurch
Patients suffering from cardiovascular diseases in Sargodha are facing hardship due to the absence of treatment facilities in government-run hospitals, especially District Headquarter Hospital, Sargodha. Ghulam Ali, a resident of City Road, said' Facilities relating to heart diseases are not available at public hospitals in the city which has a...
5/29/17 - Cholera Still Spreading in White Nile
Abdelrahman El Siddig, Head of the civil society organisations in White Nile state, told Radio Dabanga that " The El Gezira Aba Hospital hosted 16 new cholera patients on Saturday. The Kosti Ophthalmology Hospital received 18 to 20 cholera patients on Saturday morning. The doctor in charge of the cholera ward in Rabak Hospital assured him that ther
5/29/17 - Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi completes successful kidney transplant [Emirates News Agency (WAM) (United Arab Emirates)]
ABU DHABI, 29th May, 2017 Physicians at Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi successfully completed a kidney transplant operation in May, taking the hospital another step towards providing full transplant facilities in-line with the recent changes in UAE legislation. The patient, Moza Salem Almansouri, a 73- year-old UAE national who suffers from both diab
5/29/17 - Cooper Hospital expands eco-friendly projects [Sudan Tribune]
With its eco-friendly projects, the Dr R N Cooper Hospital in Vile Parle is showing the way to other civic hospitals in Mumbai. We get all dignitaries who visit the hospital to plant a new tree, said hospital dean Dr Ganesh Shinde. Our design does not require that effort, said Subhash Dalvi, chief nodal officer of Swachh Mumbai Prabodhan Abhiyan, w
5/29/17 - Crash on Black Horse Pike in EHT sends 5 to hospitals Black Horse Pike crash in EHT sends 5 to hospitals
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP- A collision at Spruce Avenue and the Black Horse Pike sent five people to the hospital Sunday, police said. The drivers of an SUV heading north on Spruce Avenue and a car traveling west on Route 322 collided about 9 a.m., police said. Its four occupants, including children, were taken to Atlantic Care Regional Medical Center fo
5/29/17 - Data from Sungkyunkwan UniversityKangbuk Samsung Hospital Advance Knowledge in Intestinal Disease (Do surveillance intervals in patients with more...
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Gastroenterology Week Current study results on Intestinal Disease have been published. According to news reporting originating from Seoul, South Korea, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, "There is controversy about the surveillance interval after colonoscopy when 5-10 adenomas have been found on ind
5/29/17 - Data on Cardiology Reported by Researchers at Erasmus University Medical Center (Prognostic Implications of Moderate Aortic Stenosis in Patients With...
Data on Cardiology Reported by Researchers at Erasmus University Medical Center. According to news reporting originating from Rotterdam, Netherlands, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, "Left ventricular systolic dysfunction and moderate aortic stenosis are more frequent with advancing age and often coexist. Our news editors obtained a quote
5/29/17 - Data on Celiac Disease Discussed by Researchers at VU University Medical Center (Splenic volume differentiates complicated and non-complicated celiac...
Data on Celiac Disease Discussed by Researchers at VU University Medical Center. According to news reporting originating from Amsterdam, Netherlands, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, "Studies in small groups of patients indicated that splenic volume may be decreased in patients with celiac disease, refractory CD type II and...
5/29/17 - Data on Chronic Kidney Disease Detailed by Researchers at Taoyuan General Hospital (Associations among Serum Beta 2 Microglobulin, Malnutrition,...
Data on Chronic Kidney Disease Detailed by Researchers at Taoyuan General Hospital. CKD patients who were followed in Taoyuan General Hospital from 2009 to 2015 were enrolled. " Our news journalists obtained a quote from the research from Taoyuan General Hospital, "Demographic and biochemical data, including B2M and C-reactive protein were reviewed
5/29/17 - Data on Epilepsy Described by Researchers at Okayama University Hospital (A ten-year follow-up cohort study of childhood epilepsy: Changes in...
Data on Epilepsy Described by Researchers at Okayama University Hospital. According to news reporting from Okayama, Japan, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "To elucidate all of the characteristics of childhood epilepsy, we performed a long-term follow-up study on the patients who visited Okayama University Hospital. We retrospectively...
5/29/17 - Data on Fecal Incontinence Described by Researchers at Children's Hospital (Damaged anal canal as a cause of fecal incontinence after surgical repair...
Data on Fecal Incontinence Described by Researchers at Children's Hospital. According to news reporting out of Aurora, Colorado, by NewsRx editors, research stated, "Fecal incontinence after the surgical repair of Hirschsprung disease is a potentially preventable complication that carries a negative impact on patient's quality of life.
5/29/17 - Data on Hospital Medicine Described by Researchers at University of Toronto (High Prevalence of Inappropriate Benzodiazepine and Sedative Hypnotic...
Data on Hospital Medicine Described by Researchers at University of Toronto. By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Clinical Trials Week New research on Hospitals- Hospital Medicine is the subject of a report. The news reporters obtained a quote from the research from the University of Toronto, "To determine the proportion of hospitalized older
5/29/17 - Data on Knee Osteoarthritis Detailed by Researchers at University Hospital (Influence of meteorological elements on balance control and pain in...
Data on Knee Osteoarthritis Detailed by Researchers at University Hospital. According to news reporting from Vandoeuvre les Nancy, France, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "This study aimed to determine if pain and balance control are related to meteorological modifications in patients with knee osteoarthritis. The news correspondents obtain
5/29/17 - Data on Psychosis Detailed by Researchers at Stavanger University Hospital (The Effect of Substance Use on 10-Year Outcome in First-Episode Psychosis)
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Mental Health Weekly Digest Investigators publish new report on Mental Health Diseases and Conditions- Psychosis. According to news reporting originating from Stavanger, Norway, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, "Substance use is common in first-episode psychosis and has been linked to poorer outco
5/29/17 - Daybook
Ronan Memorial Day Parade, 10 a.m. beginning behind St. Luke Hospital. United Veterans of the Flathead Valley Memorial Day ceremonies: Bigfork Community Cemetery 9:30 a.m.; 10 a.m. Little Brown Church, Bigfork; Glacier Memorial Gardens 10:30 a.m.; Veterans Memorial, Kalispell Depot Park 11 a.m.; Kalispell VFW luncheon 11:45 a.m.; C.E. Conrad Memori
5/29/17 - Deadly strike
The strike by young doctors at Ayub Medical College in Abbottabad has directly or indirectly taken away 40 lives in a matter of four days. Neither the protesting doctors nor the hospital administration batted an eyelid over the deaths, stubborn in their resolve. The K-P government was equally callous.
5/29/17 - Delayed use of blood thinners for atrial fibrillation patients increases risk of dementia
The first-of-its-kind, large-scale study, conducted by researchers at the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute in Salt Lake City, included more than 76,000 atrial fibrillation patients with no prior history of dementia who were treated with an antiplatelet or warfarin, a medication used to treat or prevent blood clots in veins or arteries.
5/29/17 - Early Testing and Treatment Key for Managing Childhood Cancers - Expert
Early testing and treatment of childhood cancers are key in the healing process of the children, Dr Alex Imanirakiza, a pediatric oncologist at Butaro Hospital has said. In Butaro Hospital, Burera District, where the cancers are treated, 600 of the 4,000 cancer patients that the hospital is handling currently are children. In an interview with the
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