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7/24/16 - Chronic pain costs are high to Ontario health care system and to individual patients
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at VerticalNews Health TORONTO, Costs of patients who develop chronic post-surgical pain could range from $2.5 million to $4.1 million a year, in one Ontario hospital alone, according to a study in Pain Management. Hance Clarke, Medical Director of the Pain Research Unit at Toronto General Hospital, University
7/24/16 - Efforts to lower hospital admission rates may also reduce readmissions
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at VerticalNews Health New Haven, Conn. Public health programs and initiatives that aim to lower hospital admission rates may also reduce readmissions, despite the fact that the patients in communities that have adopted these programs tend to be sicker when hospitalized, says a Yale- led study. The federal C
7/24/16 - Electronic tablets speed stroke care during patient transport, study finds
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at VerticalNews Health A clinical trial testing mobile videoconferencing as a means for physicians to diagnose stroke patients while they're being transported to the hospital has found that a tablet-based system produced diagnoses highly correlating with a bedside assessment a finding that could have importa
7/24/16 - Findings from People's Hospital Yields New Data on Heart Disease [Danshen (Salvia miltiorrhiza) Compounds Improve the Biochemical Indices of the...
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Heart Disease Weekly Research findings on Heart Disorders and Diseases are discussed in a new report. According to news reporting originating from Changchun, People's Republic of China, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, "Danshen was able to reduce the risk of the patients with coronary heart diseas
7/24/16 - Freedom comes with a cost for St. Charles sex offender [St. Louis Post-Dispatch]
July 23 A few years ago, Timothy S. Donaldson was on the phone, fuming mad while talking to a reporter about his confinement to a Missouri Department of Mental Health institution. He had been held against his will since 2001 as a patient at Sex Offender Rehabilitation and Treatment Services, or SORTS, a high-security hospital that abuts a prison
7/24/16 - Hospital docs left my wife to die because I couldn't afford to pay: Husband reveals horror of wife's death in Cuban hell hole
RAYMOND Dumbleton believes his beloved wife Sheila was' left to die' in a Cuban hospital- after he was unable to pay a Pounds 20,000 medical bill. The grief-stricken pensioner was even banned from saying a final goodbye to his soulmate of 34 years as her body lay alone in a hospital Raymond has described as "hell on earth". Sheila died in hospital
7/24/16 - Hospitals, advocates await anxiously debut of overall star ratings by Medicare
The rankings have proven contentious locally and nationally since being introduced in 2005, particularly since the federal Affordable Care Act requires Medicare to use quality metrics in setting payments. Medicare has signaled that 51.6 percent of the hospitals, or 1,881, will receive an overall three-star ranking. "The overall star rating represe
7/24/16 - Investigators at Massachusetts General Hospital Report Findings in Heart Disease (Hypoglycemia in Diabetes Mellitus as a Coronary Artery Disease Risk...
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Heart Disease Weekly Current study results on Heart Disorders and Diseases have been published. According to news reporting originating from Boston, Massachusetts, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, "Although clinical trials have shown that hypoglycemia is associated with coronary artery disease, li
7/24/16 - My Gaza hospital was destroyed. Why has the world stayed silent? [National, The (United Arab Emirates)]
It was the only dedicated rehabilitation hospital in Gaza, a modern centre of care with 80 beds, a therapeutic garden and state-of-the-art equipment. In summer 2014, Gaza endured 51 days of attacks by Israel in which no place was safe, not even schools or hospitals. Soon after the attacks began, El Wafa, situated near the Shujaiyya neighbourhood in
7/24/16 - New screening tool to help physicians tell if a fainting episode heralds something serious
A team of researchers at The Ottawa Hospital and the University of Ottawa have created the Canadian Syncope Risk Score to help emergency doctors predict the risk of a patient experiencing an adverse event, such as potentially fatal irregular heart rhythm, heart attack and other cardiac events, gastrointestinal bleeding, and even death within a mont
7/24/16 - Oman Al Khair Hospital to be inaugurated in Ibri [Times of Oman]
Oman Al Khair, the first private hospital in the Governorate of Al Dhahirah, will be opened on Sunday. Muscat: Oman Al Khair, the first private hospital in the Governorate of Al Dhahirah, will be opened on Sunday under the auspices of Shaikh Mohammed bin Said al Kalbani, Minister of Social Development. The hospital includes departments for family m
7/24/16 - Reports Summarize Acute Coronary Syndrome Study Results from General Hospital (Design and Rationale of the APELOT Trial A Randomized, Open-Label,...
Reports Summarize Acute Coronary Syndrome Study Results from General Hospital. By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Heart Disease Weekly Research findings on Heart Disorders and Diseases are discussed in a new report. Our news journalists obtained a quote from the research from General Hospital, "Unlike ST-segment elevation myocardial infarcti
7/24/16 - Study Findings on Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus Are Outlined in Reports from Central Hospital (Retinopathy is associated with impaired myocardial function...
Study Findings on Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus Are Outlined in Reports from Central Hospital. By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Heart Disease Weekly Data detailed on Nutritional and Metabolic Diseases and Conditions have been presented. Our news journalists obtained a quote from the research from Central Hospital, "We investigated the associati
7/24/16 - When is fainting a sign of a bigger problem?
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at VerticalNews Science A simple nine-question tool could help emergency physicians uncover the dangerous hidden conditions that make some people faint, according to a study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal. A team of researchers at The Ottawa Hospital and the University of Ottawa have cre
7/23/16 - 151 patients admitted in Iloilo district hospitals due to dengue [Philippines News Agency]
The Sara Distict Hospital has the highest record with 45 admitted dengue patients, followed by 31 patients at the Cabatuan District Hospital and 27 at the Iloilo Provincial Hospital. Provincial health officer II Maria Socorro Quinon said that as of July 16, dengue cases in the province reached 1,759 with seven deaths. The town of Calinog has the hi
7/23/16 - 27 pupils admitted over suspected food poisoning [Daily Monitor, The (Uganda)]
About 27 pupils of Kings Kid Primary School, Soroti District have been admitted to Soroti Regional Referral Hospital over alleged food poisoning. He said when their condition worsened, the school management called the hospital administration which advised them to rush the children to the hospital for further medication. As we talk now, some of t
7/23/16 - Asesewa Nurses Protest Service Condition
The nurses and midwives during the protest march Nurses and midwives at Asesewa Government Hospital in the Eastern Region have abandoned their post for a protest march to push government to improve their service of condition. About 100 nurses and midwives stormed the streets of Upper Manya Krobo to demonstrate against the lack of protective uniform
7/23/16 - Busiest year to date for hospital
A WEST of Scotland hospital has had its busiest year to date, carrying out 12 per cent more operations. The Golden Jubilee National Hospital exceeded targets across all services, treating more patients than ever before. Jill Young, chief executive of the Golden Jubilee Foundation, said: "As a centre of excellence in orthopaedics, ophthalmology and
7/23/16 - Butterflies cause flutter at fundraiser [Columbus Telegram, Neb.]
July 23 COLUMBUS A fundraiser caused quite the flutter in Frankfort Square. Hundreds of monarch and painted lady butterflies took flight Saturday during a "Celebrating Life" butterfly release. Columbus Community Hospital hosted the event, which was held for its 31st annual Extravaganza.
7/23/16 - DOH hospital urges HIV/AID testing as cases in Negros Occidental increase by 40% [Philippines News Agency]
The Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Regional Hospital here is urging those who are highly susceptible to human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immune deficiency syndrome to undergo testing. Julius Drilon, CLMMRH medical center chief, made the call Tuesday as HIV/AIDS cases in Negros Occidental increased by almost 40 percent this year.
7/23/16 - EXCLUSIVE: Lexington Medical settles civil fraud suit for $17 million [The State (Columbia, S.C.)]
July 22 COLUMBIA, S.C. Lexington Medical Center has settled a federal civil fraud lawsuit brought by a whistleblowing former doctor-employee for $17 million. "The settlement, in which Lexington Medical Center expressly denied any wrongdoing, allowed the medical center to avoid continued costly litigation that could have lasted for several year
7/23/16 - Free Eye Operations At St. Andrew's Hospital for 100 Elderly
The St. Andrews Hospital of the Anglican Church in Mtunthama, Kasungu this week embarked on free eye operations on about 100 patients, most of them the elderly. According to the Hospital Administrator, Chris Zambira, the hospital has been conducting eye operations to about 30 patients every month since July 2014 but he said this was the first time
7/23/16 - Hightstown Medical Associates joins Princeton Medicine [Daily Star, The (Lebanon)]
Hightstown Medical Associates and its five primary care practitioners recently joined Princeton Medicine, the primary and specialty care physician network of Princeton HealthCare System. Dr. Robin earned his MD from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and completed his internship at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, Philadelphia, and.
7/23/16 - Hospitals feel cost of social care demand
THE widening gap between rising demand for social care and its availability is hitting efforts to cut the number of people stuck in hospital. The committee said that, despite efforts to control the problem, the Department of Health and NHS England "rely too easily on differing local circumstances as a catchall excuse for not securing improvement in
7/23/16 - House Ways & Means Committee Issues Report on Continuing Access to Hospitals Act
WASHINGTON, July 23 The House Ways and Means Committee issued a report on legislation to provide for the extension of the enforcement instruction on supervision requirements for outpatient therapeutic services in critical access and small rural hospitals through 2016. Kevin Brady, R- Texas, on July 21. The bill, H.R. 5613, the "Continuing Access
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