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3/27/15 - 'No rotten meat served to patients at Madinah hospital' [Arab News (Saudi Arabia)]
The Madinah health department has denied that one of its hospitals employs a worker cooking rotten meat for patients. This comes in the wake of the police finding huge quantities of rotting meat inside the homes of expatriate workers, including a cook employed at Wadi Al-Far'a Hospital, according to a report in a local publication recently. Col.
3/27/15 - Ariad and Medison Pharma Secures Approval of Iclusig in Israel [Health & Beauty Close - Up]
Ariad Pharmaceuticals and Medison Pharma reported that the Israeli Ministry of Health has granted regulatory approval for Iclusig in Israel. "Iclusig is an important addition to the treatment armamentarium," said Professor Arnon Nagler, head of hematology and the Bone Marrow Transplant Division at the Chaim Sheba Medical Center in Israel, and chai
3/27/15 - Cleaning services [TendersInfo (India)]
Contract award: cleaning and disinfection of surfaces, the ancillary activities with the patient as health services provided in hospital departments under the supervision of medical personnel with a internal transport, internal transport and maintenance of outdoor areas in spzzoz in gryficach. 1. The contract is for cleaning and disinfection of...
3/27/15 - Company to purchase, manage WellSpan's outpatient dialysis centers [York Daily Record, Pa.]
March 26 DaVita Inc, a provider of dialysis services, will purchase and manage WellSpan's outpatient dialysis centers in York and Littlestown, according to a news release. WellSpan will continue to own the inpatient dialysis program at York Hospital, but the services and staff there and at the WellSpan Surgery and Rehabilitation Hospital and Well
3/27/15 - El Camino Hospital and Satellite Healthcare Enter into JV Partnership [Health & Beauty Close - Up]
El Camino Hospital and Satellite Healthcare reported they have entered into a joint venture partnership designed to provide enhanced care to local residents with chronic kidney disease. According to a release from the company, Five of Satellite Healthcare's in-center dialysis and home dialysis therapy centers in the El Camino Hospital service area
3/27/15 - Electric bed just the right medicine [Star, The (South Africa)]
GROOTE Schuur in Cape Town has been given one of the world's most advanced electric beds, created to improve patient care. The "total lift bed" was donated to the hospital by Leon Klugman of Focus Products. Life won't be the same for patients and nurses as the bed can be adjusted to certain heights and folded to different positions using a control
3/27/15 - Expert: Schneider missing out on $1 million a month [The Virgin Islands Daily News, St. Thomas]
March 26 ST. THOMAS Schneider Hospital Chief Financial Officer Fred Vitello told board members Wednesday that the hospital could be leaving as much as $1 million in uncollected revenue on the table every month. Last year, the hospital entered into a contract worth approximately $300,000 with The Advisory Board Company to help the institution ti
3/27/15 - Findings from Army General Hospital Has Provided New Information about Genetic Research (A study of 133 Chinese children with mitochondrial...
Findings from Army General Hospital Has Provided New Information about Genetic Research. By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Health& Medicine Week Current study results on Life Science Research have been published. According to news reporting from Beijing, People's Republic of China, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "To investigate the
3/27/15 - Findings from Waikato Hospital Yields New Findings on Arthroplasty (Clinical Outcomes of Total Hip Arthroplasty for Fractured Neck of Femur in...
According to news reporting from Hamilton, New Zealand, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "To date, there has been little research into the clinical outcomes of total hip arthroplasty for intracapsular neck of femur fracture in the very elderly. 44 patients over 75 years underwent THA for an intracapsular NOF fracture over a two year period.
3/27/15 - Findings in the Area of Chronic Kidney Failure Reported from Ankara Numune Training and Research Hospital (Prognostic factors in crescentic...
Findings in the Area of Chronic Kidney Failure Reported from Ankara Numune Training and Research Hospital. According to news reporting originating in Ankara, Turkey, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "Crescentic glomerulonephritis is a fatal disease, rapidly leading to end-stage renal disease. The news reporters obtained a quote from the rese
3/27/15 - Findings on Retinal Diseases Detailed by Investigators at St. James University Hospital (Willingness to pay for genetic testing for inherited retinal...
Findings on Retinal Diseases Detailed by Investigators at St. James University Hospital. By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Health& Medicine Week Current study results on Eye Diseases and Conditions have been published. The news correspondents obtained a quote from the research from St. James University Hospital, "Willingness to pay was elic
3/27/15 - Fitch Rates Monongalia Health System's (WV) Revs at 'A-'; Outlook Stable [Health & Beauty Close - Up]
The bonds are secured by a pledge of gross revenues and a mortgage pledge of the obligated group, which accounted for approximately 94 percent of system assets and 94 percent of system revenues in fiscal 2014. The results include four months of the operations of Preston Memorial Hospital, a critical access hospital, which was acquired effective Feb
3/27/15 - Frederick Memorial Hospital entrances rerouted for construction [The Frederick News-Post, Md.]
March 27 Starting next week, the entrance points at Frederick Memorial Hospital will change. Construction on the Emergency Department is causing the changes, but the Emergency Department entrance will remain open for emergency patients and visitors. You can get to the new inpatient entrance by way of the Toll House Avenue traffic light entrance o
3/27/15 - HEART STOP SWAP ; Cardiac transplant op breakthrough brings hope to thousands of patients [Edition 2] [Mirror (UK)]
BRITISH doctors have performed Europe's first successful cardiac transplant using a heart that had stopped beating for FIVE minutes. But Huseyin Ulucan, 60, received the new heart from a donor who was declared clinically dead before surgeons removed it. The surgery, pioneered last year in Australia, was carried out at Papworth Hospital, Cambs.
3/27/15 - HEART STOP SWAP ; First transplant of non-beating organ brings hope to thousands of patients [Mirror (UK)]
BRITISH doctors have performed the first cardiac transplant in Europe using a heart that had already stopped beating. But Huseyin Ulucan, 60, received the new heart after it had stopped completely. The surgery, pioneered last year in Australia, was carried out at Papworth Hospital, Cambs.
3/27/15 - HEART STOP SWAP ; First transplant of non-beating organ brings hope to thousands of patients [Ulster Region] [Mirror (UK)]
BRITISH doctors have performed the first cardiac transplant in Europe using a heart that had already stopped beating. But Huseyin Ulucan, 60, received the new heart after it had stopped completely. The surgery, pioneered last year in Australia, was carried out at Papworth Hospital, Cambs.
3/27/15 - Hospital bed will give patients and staff a lift [Cape Times (South Africa)]
GROOTE Schuur Hospital has become the beneficiary of a purpose-built "total lift bed" designed to improve patient care. One of the world's most advanced electric beds was donated by Leon Klugman of Focus Products. Obviously the fact that it is a donation makes it even better, because the bed is very costly, "said Ageta Krajewski, a doctor at Groote
3/27/15 - IlluminOss Medical Reports First Patient Enrollment in Proximal Humerus Fracture Repair Trial at Albert Schweitzer Hospital [Health & Beauty Close - Up]
IlluminOss Medical said the first patient has been enrolled at Albert Schweitzer Hospital in the Netherlands as part of its EU Light Fix Proximal Humerus Fracture Repair Trial for the treatment of osteoporotic and fragility fractures. According to a company release, the trial at Albert Schweitzer Hospital is being led by Dr. "We are pleased to hav
3/27/15 - Investigators at Deventer Hospital Report Findings in Hidradenitis Suppurativa (Correlation of early-onset hidradenitis suppurativa with stronger...
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Health& Medicine Week Research findings on Bacterial Skin Diseases are discussed in a new report. According to news reporting originating in Deventer, Netherlands, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "The reported mean age of onset of hidradenitis suppurativa is between 20 and 24 years. The news reporte
3/27/15 - Investigators at Whiston Hospital Detail Findings in Critical Care Medicine (Does time of transfer from critical care to the general wards affect...
According to news originating from Merseyside, United Kingdom, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, "To examine prospectively the impact of transfer time on patient anxiety. Our news journalists obtained a quote from the research from Whiston Hospital, "14 bed adult intensive care unit in a National Health Service teaching hospital trust in t
3/27/15 - Luis board follows up Senate's demands follow Legislature [The Virgin Islands Daily News, St. Thomas]
Senators approved the appropriation as part of a Hospital Rescue Bill, which also contained a $3.4 million appropriation for Schneider Regional Medical Center on St. Thomas. The resolution the Luis Hospital board approved on Wednesday contains those accountability measures. Luis Hospital is in the midst of a last-chance effort to save its CMS...
3/27/15 - Marshall Medical Center Utilizes Nozin Nasal Drug [Health & Beauty Close - Up]
Marshall Medical Center has adopted Nozin Nasal Sanitizer antiseptic to reduce the risk of infection while improving quality of care, increasing patient satisfaction and eliminating a major category of costly contact precautions. According to the Centers for Disease Control, Hospital acquired infections, including the infections caused by...
3/27/15 - Medtronic Highlights New Data in JAMA Surgery Demonstrating Significant Cost Savings and Reduced Patient Hospital Stays Following Minimally Invasive Surgery
Release date- 25032015- DUBLIN- Adding to the clinical benefits and improved patient outcomes associated with minimally-invasive surgery, Medtronic plc today highlighted new data demonstrating that patients who underwent minimally invasive colon resection procedures were able to leave the hospital faster, visit their doctors less for follow up care
3/27/15 - New Calculus Study Findings Recently Were Reported by Researchers at University Hospital Leicester NHS Trust (Imaging protocol for suspected ureteric...
New Calculus Study Findings Recently Were Reported by Researchers at University Hospital Leicester NHS Trust. Our news journalists obtained a quote from the research from University Hospital Leicester NHS Trust, "513 patient records were evaluated. For more information on this research see: Imaging protocol for suspected ureteric calculi in patient
3/27/15 - New Findings from I-Shou University Describe Advances in Nursing Research (Development and Validation of the Inventory of Perceptions of Medication...
New Findings from I-Shou University Describe Advances in Nursing Research. According to news reporting originating from Kaohsiung, Taiwan, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, "Medication administration errors account for most medication errors, which not only threaten the safety of patients and increase hospital medical costs but also damage
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