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2/14/16 - Building the best Children's Hospital, down to the last detail [The Buffalo News, N.Y.]
Feb. 13 The chance to build a children's hospital from scratch rarely comes along, so those planning the $270 million John R. Oishei Children's Hospital under construction in Buffalo sought to get it right. On a chilly morning late last year, about a dozen doctors, nurses and others on the medical staff gathered in a vacant Utica Street drugstore
2/14/16 - Can't use CPAP? Try these apnea remedies [The Philadelphia Inquirer]
Feb. 14 Obstructive sleep apnea, with its often raucous snoring, can place a severe strain on a romantic relationship, driving partners into separate bedrooms. Nearly half of all patients prescribed a CPAP machine give up on it within a year, said Maurits Boon, an ear, nose, and throat specialist who focuses on sleep medicine at Thomas Jefferson
2/14/16 - Cancer Treatment Ward To Be Opened In Isteqlal Hospital, Official [Bakhtar News Agency (Afghanistan)]
Ferozzudin Feroz said that the his ministry intends to establish a breast cancer treatment center in Isteqlal hospital of Kabul soon, aiming at attracting cooperation and coordination towards fighting cancer and improvement of public awareness level to prevent and protect extending of such disease. Based on MoPH available investigations, annually o
2/14/16 - Chronic pancreatitis decreases life expectancy
Patients with chronic pancreatitis have a life expectancy roughly eight years shorter than the general population. This "beyond doubt" findings of a mortality rate up to five times higher in this cohort illustrates "the great impact the presence of this disease has on the accompanying complications," wrote the Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovr
2/14/16 - Danger of Zika virus ripples into Indiana [Post-Tribune, Merrillville, Ind.]
Feb. 13 As new cases of the Zika virus crop up daily, public health officials are concerned about the spread of the mosquito-borne virus, particularly for pregnant women, and some are advising patients not to travel to the Caribbean, Central and South America. Thomas Sleweon, medical director of infectious disease at Methodist Hospitals, said Zik
2/14/16 - Dubai Health Authority hospitals and specialty centres receive more than one million patients in 2015 [Emirates News Agency (WAM) (United Arab Emirates)]
DUBAI, 14th February, 2016 The Dubai Health Authority, DHA, announced today that its hospitals and specialty centres received more than one million patients in 2015.. The total number of patients that visited Dubai, Rashid, Latifa and Hatta hospital as well as specialty centres including Dubai Diabetes Centre, Thalassemia Centre, Airport Medical
2/14/16 - Findings from Johns Hopkins University Has Provided New Data on Heart Bypass Surgery (Association of Hospital and Physician Characteristics and Care...
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Heart Disease Weekly Researchers detail new data in Cardiology. The news correspondents obtained a quote from the research from Johns Hopkins University, "We evaluated procedural outcomes in 11697 blacks and 136362 whites undergoing isolated coronary artery bypass surgery at 663 Society of Thoracic Surgery.
2/14/16 - Health and Human Services Department (HHS); Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) - Meeting
EVENT: Health and Human Services Department; Centers for Medicare& Medicaid Services holds a meeting of the Advisory Panel on Hospital Outpatient Payment to discuss FY2017 applications for add-on payments for new medical services and technologies under the hospital inpatient prospective payment system. LOCATION: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid...
2/14/16 - Investigators from General Hospital Report New Data on Heart Disease (Treatment of Stable Angina Pectoris With Ivabradine in Everyday Practice: A...
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Heart Disease Weekly Data detailed on Heart Disorders and Diseases have been presented. According to news reporting originating from Athens, Greece, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, "In coronary artery disease, medical treatment is the main clinical strategy for controlling ischemia and angina sym
2/14/16 - New strategy for reducing readmissions: Get the family involved
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Heart Disease Weekly DETROIT- A new study finds that educating and involving family members in the care of a loved one who has memory loss may significantly reduce hospital readmissions. When researchers at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit evaluated the strategy in treating 489 patients in its congestive hear
2/14/16 - Smartphones and intelligent socks to help prevent diabetic amputations
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at VerticalNews Health& Science Diabetic neuropathy is a type of nerve damage associated with the development of foot ulcers in patients with diabetes. Members of the BioDesign: Medical Innovation program, created by The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and its affiliated Hadassah Medical Center, set out to solv
2/14/16 - State funds for GPs treating mental health patients at home [MaltaToday]
Health parliamentary secretary Chris Fearne The government will fund family doctors to provide treatment to mental health patients in their homes, as part of its plans to shift mental healthcare from hospital to the community. Health parliamentary secretary Chris Fearne told MaltaToday in an interview that Mount Carmel Hospital will also undergo ma
2/14/16 - Studies from Patras University Hospital in the Area of Heart Disease Reported (Comparison of Ticagrelor Versus,Thienopyridine Loading Effect on....
Studies from Patras University Hospital in the Area of Heart Disease Reported. By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Heart Disease Weekly Investigators publish new report on Heart Disorders and Diseases. Our news journalists obtained a quote from the research from Patras University Hospital, "Patients were subsequently randomized to either tica
2/13/16 - 'The need to give something back' [The Eagle-Tribune, North Andover, Mass.]
Feb. 12 LAWRENCE Richard Santagati has had a life-long connection to Lawrence General Hospital. Santagati, the former president of Merrimack College, was born in the hospital and served on the hospital's board of trustees for 25 years. "This was our vision six years ago," said Dianne Anderson, President and CEO of Lawrence General Hospital. "
2/13/16 - Abu Dhabi's hospitals hit their waiting time target [National, The (United Arab Emirates)]
ABU DHABI// More than four in five of Abu Dhabi's 41 hospitals, health centres and clinics hit patient waiting-time targets last year. In comparison, figures last November from the UK's National Health Service show that 91.3 per cent of accident and emergency patients were admitted, transferred or discharged within four hours, below its target of 9
2/13/16 - Applications are invited for Empanelment of Private/Reputed Hospitals/Diagnostic centres and Nursing Homes and Dental Clinics for Secondary care... [TendersInfo (India)]
Applications are invited for Empanelment of Private/Reputed Hospitals/Diagnostic centres and Nursing Homes and Dental Clinics for Secondary care/ Speciality Treatment and Diagnostic services/Dental ca. Tenders are invited for Applications are invited for Empanelment of Private/Reputed Hospitals/Diagnostic centres and Nursing Homes and Dental...
2/13/16 - Blast man lucky service was on hand [South Wales Evening Post (Wales)]
A MAN who was rushed to hospital after an explosion at a warehouse where he worked is on the road to recovery thanks to specialists at Morriston Hospital. Mr Williams underwent complex surgery after the explosion at the BCB International warehouse at Stradey Trading Park in Llangennech in November. Consultant orthopaedic trauma surgeon Professor Ia
2/13/16 - Catering Services For The Hospital Group East Meeting . [TendersInfo (India)]
Contract notice: Catering Services For The Hospital Group East Meeting. the consultation is to entrust to the contractor, the task of ensuring the catering service under the conditions set out in the specifications, that is to say:- providing the training and distribution of food and other food services, to their consumption, and this for the benef
2/13/16 - CGHS/Guwahati empanelled private Hospitals of Guwahati for empenelment with Central Hospital. Maligaon, N. F. Railway for rendering treatment to... [TendersInfo (India)]
CGHS/Guwahati empanelled private Hospitals of Guwahati for empenelment with Central Hospital. Maligaon, N. F. Railway for rendering treatment to Railway beneficiaries on case to case basis. Maligaon, N. F. Railway for rendering treatment to Railway beneficiaries on case to case basis Major organization: NORTHEAST FRONTIER RAILWAY Address: Central H
2/13/16 - Chief medical officer praises progress at hospital [Herald, The (Scotland)]
SCOTLAND'S chief medical officer has highlighted "significant progress" at a hospital after an investigation into patient safety in accident and emergency. Dr Catherine Calderwood visited the emergency department of Ninewells Hospital in Dundee last June to investigate claims made by a whistleblower. After a follow-up visit, Dr Calderwood was- sati
2/13/16 - Dozens of thefts at hospitals reported
Patients and staff at Telford's Princess Royal Hospital and Royal Shrewsbury Hospital also reported almost 2,000 of their own cash missing between April 2014 and December last year. There were 68 reports of stolen items made to the Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust between April 2012 and December 2015, figures obtained under the Freedom o
2/13/16 - Edited stem cells offer hope of precision therapy for blindness
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Obesity, Fitness& Wellness Week Using a new technology for repairing disease genesthe much-talked-about CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing University of Iowa researchers working together with Columbia University Medical Center ophthalmologists have corrected a blindness-causing gene mutation in stem cells derived
2/13/16 - Elaboration Of A Property Master Plan Of The Hospital Group Territory For Hospitals Southern Center [TendersInfo (India)]
Contract notice: Elaboration Of A Property Master Plan Of The Hospital Group Territory For Hospitals Southern Center Main features: the characteristic of the mission defined in the CCTP Location of works, place of delivery supplies or performance: hospitals south central Martinique 97270 Holy Spirit Time limit for receipt of tenders: 03/11/2016 14:
2/13/16 - HCA buying bankrupt Forest Park Medical Center in Frisco [Fort Worth Star-Telegram]
Feb. 12 HCA North Texas has agreed to purchase Forest Park Medical Center in Frisco, part of a string of smaller, upscale hospitals that started in Dallas and now are tangled up in bankruptcy court. The sale of the Frisco hospital comes as two Tarrant County hospitals associated with the chain work their way through bankruptcy. The chain already
2/13/16 - Hospital Recognized for Surgical Care
WATERBURY St. Mary's Hospital has been designated an Aetna Institute of Quality Bariatric Surgery Facility for treating individuals living with morbid, or extreme, obesity. Aziz Richi, vice chairman of surgery, medical director of bariatric surgery and chief of staff at St. Mary's Hospital. St. Mary's Hospital is accredited by the American Colle
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