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7/25/14 - 'Code Black': a heart-stopping look at an ER [The Seattle Times :: ]
July 24 Like last year's fine documentary " The Waiting Room," but more from a doctor's point of view, "Code Black" takes place in the emergency room of a California public hospital. Ryan McGarry, an emergency-room physician who directed this film while working as a resident at Los Angeles County Hospital, and who serves as our guide through the
7/25/14 - 1,400 KILLED BY NHS EQUIPMENT FAILURES ; Lack of staff to mend gear is risking lives [Ulster Region Edition 1s1] [Mirror (UK)]
AT least 1,400 deaths have been caused by faulty medical gear- and a shortage in key hospital workers means fatalities are rising, say doctors. As medical staff rely more and more on technology, lives are being put at risk because of a lack of engineers working to fix, maintain and test equipment. Dr Patrick Finlay, author of a report on the issue,
7/25/14 - 1,400 KILLED BY NHS EQUIPMENT FAILURES ; Lack of staff to mend gear is risking lives EXCLUSIVE [Edition 2] [Mirror (UK)]
AT least 1,400 deaths have been caused by faulty medical gear- and a shortage in key hospital workers means fatalities are rising, say doctors. As medical staff rely more and more on technology, lives are being put at risk because of a lack of engineers working to fix, maintain and test equipment. Dr Patrick Finlay, author of a report on the issue,
7/25/14 - 1,400 killed by NHS equipment failures ; Lack of staff to mend vital gear is putting lives in danger Tech faults mean surgeons are forced to cancel... [Mirror (UK)]
1,400 killed by NHS equipment failures; Lack of staff to mend vital gear is putting lives in danger Tech faults mean surgeons are forced to cancel key ops. AT least 1,400 deaths have been caused by faulty medical gear- and a shortage in key hospital workers means fatalities are rising, say doctors. Dr Patrick Finlay, author of a report on the issue
7/25/14 - 136 gastro patients hospitalized
Some 136 patients of gastroenteritis were admitted to public hospitals of the city on Thursday. As many as 67 gastro cases were brought to Nishtar Medical Institute and 56 patients were admitted to Children Complex. Seven patients were reported at Civil Hospital while six landed at Fatima Jinnah Hospital for Women, said an official source.
7/25/14 - Aier Eye Hospital to Open 20 Chain Hospitals in 2014
CHANGSHA, July 25, SinoCast Aier Eye Hospital Group Co., Ltd. board chairman revealed that the company has released partnership and M&A fund plans, planning to efficiently copy chain hospital operation to speed up expansion in second- and third-tier cities. Aier Eye Hospital Group will team up with the M&A fund to build and acquire 20 chain hospi
7/25/14 - Authorities seek motive for gunfight between patient, psychiatrist at Pennsylvania hospital
DARBY, Pa. - Authorities are attempting to determine why a patient fatally shot a caseworker at a suburban Philadelphia hospital complex and whether a psychiatrist who pulled out his own gun and wounded the patient had concerns about him.
7/25/14 - Beijing hospitalsget riot gear for security [China Daily: Africa Weekly]
In an effort to better the security at public health facilities, 21 hospitals in Beijing were given riot gear and anti-personnel equipment by the Beijing Municipal Administration of Hospitals on Wednesday. The hospitals also conducted anti-terror and security drill jointly held by Beijing's police and medical system. An official from the Beijing...
7/25/14 - Beijing hospitalsget riot gear for security [China Daily: Hong Kong Edition]
In an effort to better the security at public health facilities, 21 hospitals in Beijing were given riot gear and anti-personnel equipment by the Beijing Municipal Administration of Hospitals on Wednesday. The hospitals also conducted anti-terror and security drill jointly held by Beijing's police and medical system. An official from the Beijing...
7/25/14 - BHH Debuts Outpatient Wound Healing Program [Professional Services Close - Up]
Bakersfield Heart Hospital opened their outpatient wound healing program to address the growing need for wound care and help patients overcome issues related to various types of wounds. According to a media release, Bakersfield Heart Hospital's Center for Wound Healing is located directly across the street from the hospital at 3012 Sillect Avenue.
7/25/14 - BRIEF: Womack adds patient kiosks [The Fayetteville Observer, N.C. :: ]
July 25 Womack Army Medical Center has added kiosks in an attempt to get more interaction with patients and visitors. The hospital has placed four interactive kiosks around the hospital with one at each main entrance. More kiosks are expected to be added to clinics on post, the two medical homes in Fayetteville and Hope Mills, and Womack Health a
7/25/14 - Cause sought for gunfight between patient, doctor
DARBY, Pa. Authorities are attempting to determine why a man identified as a patient fatally shot a caseworker at a hospital complex in a Philadelphia suburb and whether a psychiatrist who pulled out his own gun and wounded the patient had concerns about him. Lee Silverman, was grazed in the temple during the gunfight in his office Thursday afte
7/25/14 - Centre company offers professional help to fix nursing home deficiencies [The Anniston Star, Ala. :: ]
July 25 HEFLIN In an emergency meeting Thursday, the Cleburne County Hospital Board discussed hiring a management firm to bring the Cleburne County Nursing Home back into compliance with state and federal standards. Based on the first inspection, the Alabama Medicaid Agency notified the nursing home that it would deny Medicaid payments on any n
7/25/14 - Christie Hospital to Join Elekta and Philips Research Consortium [Health & Beauty Close - Up]
Elekta and Royal Philips reported that The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, a specialist cancer center, will join a consortium whose mission is to develop the clinical value of an integrated magnetic resonance imaging guided radiation therapy system. The consortium also includes the University Medical Center Utrecht, The University of Texas MD Anders
7/25/14 - Clinch Valley Medical Center Annual Community Benefit Report Details Significant Contributions to the Richlands Community
Clinch Valley Medical Center recently released its annual Community Benefit Report to Richlands and surrounding areas. Clinch Valley is dedicated to providing quality care close to home, said Peter Mulkey, chief executive officer at Clinch Valley Medical Center. Our hospital leadership, employees, volunteers and physicians are active and e
7/25/14 - Cosmetic surgery on your doorstep ; GLOW HEALTH [Newcastle Evening Chronicle (England)]
COBALT Hospital is a local provider of cosmetic surgery and we pride ourselves on offering a friendly, professional and discrete service. Being part of Ramsay Health Care, a leading UK private health care provider, patients have the reassurance of a national company but the advantage of dealing with an established local hospital. All are members of
7/25/14 - Data from University of Colorado Advance Knowledge in Medical Research (Is There a Business Case for Magnet Hospitals? Estimates of the Cost and...
Data from University of Colorado Advance Knowledge in Medical Research. According to news reporting originating in Aurora, Colorado, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "Although Magnet hospitals are known for their better nursing care environments, little is known about whether MHs achieve this at a higher cost of health care or whether a supe
7/25/14 - Data on Dermatitis Described by Researchers at University Hospital (IgE-Mediated Sensitization to Malassezia in Atopic Dermatitis: More Common in...
Data on Dermatitis Described by Researchers at University Hospital. According to news reporting out of Plzen, Czech Republic, by NewsRx editors, research stated, "Atopic dermatitis is a common chronic inflammatory skin disease. Our news journalists obtained a quote from the research from University Hospital, "In the present study, the relationship
7/25/14 - Data on Health and Medicine Discussed by S.D. Brown and Colleagues (Transformations of self and sexuality: Psychologically modified experiences in...
Data on Health and Medicine Discussed by S.D. Brown and Colleagues. According to news reporting from London, United Kingdom, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "Forensic mental health inpatients in medium-secure settings have a limited capacity for sexual expression during their stay in hospital. For more information on this research see:...
7/25/14 - Derby Cosmetic Dentist Dental Perfection to Open New Practice in Littleover, Derby this September
The new practice, which is scheduled to open in mid-September, is at the HollyBrook Medical Centre in Littleover, Derby. Tony Taunk, will be located within the existing building, and both the HollyBrook medical practice and Dental Perfection will operate there as separate entities. Tony Taunk winner of Best Young Dentist 2013 has developed a well-d
7/25/14 - Dfine: Pain Physician Journal to Publish Multi-Center Trial Study [Health & Beauty Close - Up]
Dfine reported the publication of a multi-center study in the July/August issue of Pain Physician Journal, the official peer- reviewed publication of the American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians. The participating centers included Washington University School of Medicine, Moffitt Cancer Center, Montefiore Medical Center and the Albert...
7/25/14 - Doctors' Strike - UCH Offering Emergency Services, Says Alonge
The Chief Medical Doctor, University College Hospital, Ibadan, Oyo State, has said the institution still offers emergency treatment to patients despite the doctors' strike called by the Nigeria Medical Association, which has entered its fourth week. Speaking during donation of medical supplies and equipment worth N24m to the hospital by the Ministe
7/25/14 - Drummond Group Certifies MedicalMine EHR [Health & Beauty Close - Up]
MedicalMine Inc. reported that ChARM EHR has been tested and certified under the Drummond Group's Electronic Health Records Office of the National Coordinator Authorized Certification Body program. Drummond Group's ONC-ACB certification program certifies that EHRs meet the Meaningful Use criteria for either eligible provider or hospital...
7/25/14 - E. ZONE: 19 hospitalized after 'toxic fish' Iftar [Citizen, The (Tanzania)]
Pemba. Some 19 people, residents of Sizini Village in Micheweni District have been admitted to the district hospital after eating allegedly toxic fish. Speaking to The Citizen over the phone, the district medical officer, Dr Rashid Daud Mkasha, confirmed receiving the patients early yesterday. "It is true- We have received 19 patients who ate toxi
7/25/14 - Erie hospital treats patient with legionellosis [Erie Times-News, Pa. :: ]
July 25 An Erie man is being treated at Saint Vincent Hospital for Legionnaires' disease, a life-threatening bacterial infection. Saint Vincent would not identify the patient because of patient-privacy laws. He arrived at the hospital with the illness, said Paul Newell, M.D., a Saint Vincent infectious disease specialist.
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