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5/25/17 - 'His chance': Spencer man with MS hopes treatment in India will lead to better future
SPENCER- David Karczewski has good days and bad days. The bottom line: By July 12, Karczewski plans to arrive in New Delhi, India, check into Artemis Hospital and begin what could be a 35- day process in which he basically will try to grow a new immune system that has no memory of his MS. Going to India is a simple decision for Karczeweski, a disab
5/25/17 - 100 more come forward in case of rogue surgeon: Ex-patients approach law firm after scandal
He was convicted of 17 counts of wounding with intent and three counts of unlawful wounding against 10 private patients at Nottingham Crown Court last month after a seven-week trial. Medical negligence specialist at Thompsons Solicitors Linda Millband said 103 clients treated at Spire Healthcare hospitals have sought legal advice from the firm...
5/25/17 - 11 years old boy dies due to negligence of doctors
An eleven years old boy has died due to alleged negligence of doctors at DHQ hospital Rawalpindi. Nyer Ali fell off from the roof of building and sustained severe injuries. He was rushed to DHQ Hospital for medical treatment where due to lack of bed for patients the injured Nyer survived the whole night on a stretcher and succumbed to his injuries
5/25/17 - 60 million private hospital opens in Tollerton [Tehran Times (Iran)]
The centre has been built by Spire Healthcare on land next to Nottingham City Airport and includes 58 beds and five operating theatres. Hospital director Will Presley said: This is the first time Spire Healthcare has built a greenfield facility in an entirely new operational area. Neil McCullough, Spires Group Development Director said: Nottingham
5/25/17 - Aggressive steps vital in saving lives from sepsis
New York became the first state to require that hospitals follow aggressive steps when they suspect sepsis is brewing. Every additional hour it takes to give antibiotics and perform other key steps increases the odds of death by four percent, said the study reported at an American Thoracic Society meeting and in the New England Journal of Medicine.
5/25/17 - Australia Market Overview for Patient Monitoring Equipment 2017
Dublin- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Australia Market Overview for Patient Monitoring Equipment 2017- MedView" report to their offering. Despite growing demand for quality patient monitoring solutions, some hospitals cannot afford high-cost monitoring platforms in light of budget constraints. A trend that is currently...
5/25/17 - Australia Market Overview for Patient Monitoring Equipment 2017 - Research and Markets
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the " Australia Market Overview for Patient Monitoring Equipment 2017- MedView" report to their offering. Despite growing demand for quality patient monitoring solutions, some hospitals cannot afford high-cost monitoring platforms in light of budget constraints. A trend that is currently prevailing
5/25/17 - Biden: 'I Hope Other Institutions Follow Your Lead'
The University of Nebraska Medical Center issued the following news release:. Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden called the Fred& Pamela Buffett Cancer Center a "remarkable facility" during Tuesday's dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new facility. Omaha philanthropist Susie Buffett introduced Biden, who lauded the way the cancer cent
5/25/17 - Boy's death sparks protest against DHQ doctors
The death of an 11- year-old boy at emergency department of District Headquarters Hospital during treatment sparked protest by the parents and relatives of the deceased who placed his dead body in the middle of Fawara Chowk on Tuesday. The protest created a gridlock posing hardships for commuters and pedestrians. Istikhar Ahmed, the victim father,
5/25/17 - Breast Cancer Foundation Honors Hackensack Meridian Health Physician for Outstanding Care
The Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation honored Hackensack Meridian Health Hackensack University Medical Center and Leslie L. Montgomery, M.D.- Hackensack University Medical Center's Breast Surgery Division Chief, for their outstanding commitment to Breast Cancer patients at the Peace, Love and A Cure Event in Teaneck, NJ. "Hackensack Univers
5/25/17 - BRIEF: Senate moves to bar guns from state psychiatric hospitals [Austin American-Statesman]
May 25 The Texas Senate amended a bill Wednesday to allow the state psychiatric hospitals to ban guns on their premises, including the Austin State Hospital and nine other facilities. Kirk Watson, D- Austin, was added to House Bill 435, which seeks to allow volunteer emergency workers to carry licensed handguns while on the job. Changes to state
5/25/17 - Cianna Medical Announces More than 125 Medical Centers Have Adopted SCOUT - the Worlds Only Wire-Free, Radar Breast Localization System [Sport360]
Cianna Medical, Inc., the world leader in wire-free breast localization, announces that more than 125 medical centers across the U.S. have adopted the Companys proprietary SCOUT radar breast localization system. Nationwide, community-based hospitals and leading academic cancer centers including USF Breast Health Program at the University of South..
5/25/17 - Critical Care's NT$6 billion under siege
Last year, the government vowed to carve out NT $6 billion to support hospitals' debt-ridden critical care services. Last September, the National Health Insurance Administration, which is in charge of allocating the health insurance budget, announced that nearly NT $5 billion would be devoted to critical care services- a figure that was increased t
5/25/17 - CVMC receives award for patient experience
NEPHI- Central Valley Medical Center was recently named one of America's 100 best hospitals for patient experience by the Women's Choice Award , America's trusted referral source for the best in healthcare. According to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, good patient experience positively correlates to disease management, adherence t
5/25/17 - Dr. Ziauddin Hospital hosts seminar on "Optimum Blood Pressure Management" - Press Release issued by Dr. Ziauddin Hospital
Following is the text of press release issued by Dr. Ziauddin Hospital. The Outreach department of Dr. Ziauddin Hospital hosted a seminar on "Optimum Blood Pressure Management" on the occasion of "World Hypertension Day". Mirza Yousuf Baig, Chief Resident Dr.
5/25/17 - Fairview-University of Minnesota hospital sued over alleged sexual assault of disabled teen [Star Tribune (Minneapolis)]
May 25 A vulnerable and developmentally disabled 15- year-old was sexually assaulted twice in 30 minutes last fall at the University of Minnesota Medical Center emergency department, according to a lawsuit that accuses the Fairview hospital of failing to protect its patients. Security footage shows a man, 29- year-old Jamal Strong, entering from
5/25/17 - Findings from Harbin Medical University Cancer Hospital in Breast Cancer Provides New Insights (Impact of postmastectomy radiation therapy in T1-2...
Findings from Harbin Medical University Cancer Hospital in Breast Cancer Provides New Insights. According to news reporting originating in Harbin, People's Republic of China, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "The effect of postmastectomy radiotherapy on T1-2 breast cancer patients with 1-3 positive axillary lymph nodes is controversial up to
5/25/17 - HealthSouth Rehab wants to build new hospital in Leet Township [Beaver County Times, Pa.]
May 24 LEET TWP. The owners of the HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital intend to building a new hospital that will feature more space and could require hiring more employees. According to a document filed with the Leet Township zoning board, the current rehab hospital has 44 beds in a multistory building at 303 Camp Meeting Road. Leah Laffey, a
5/25/17 - High- level AIIMS body to review docs safety [Mail Today (India)]
Science has formed a high level committee to review safety of patients and doctors and traffic movement inside the hospital campus. The committee includes 10 senior doctors, AIIMS police in- charge and engineers. According to Dr Vijay, president of the Resident Doctors Association at AIIMS, Previously, there have been many incidents of thefts
5/25/17 - HMC announces working hours at hospitals [Peninsula, The (Qatar)]
Hamad General Hospital Outpatient clinics will run from 8 am to 1 pm and evening clinics from 8.30 pm to 11.30 pm, Sunday to Thursday. Women s Hospital The OPD will open from 8 am to 1 pm and in the evening from 7.30 pm to 10.30 pm, Sunday to Thursday. Al Wakra Hospital The OPD will open from 8 am to 4 pm, Sunday to Thursday and the Dental Clini
Hospitals eligible for this award must be accredited by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer and must perform well clinically based on care measures reported to Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services. Holy Name Medical Center is located at 718 Teaneck Road, Teaneck. Holy Name Medical Center's Cancer Support Community is collabo
5/25/17 - Hooper receives Intermountain nurse award
PLEASANT In just a short time at Sanpete Valley Hospital, Registered Nurse Derick Hooper, has made a positive impact on his patients, as well as fellow caregivers. These are just a few of the reasons why Hooper has been selected as Intermountain Healthcare's 2017 Nurse of Excellence recipient for Sanpete Valley Hospital. Intermountain Healthcare
5/25/17 - Hospital Acquired Disease Testing Market Is Expected To Reach USD 1,630.0 Mn By 2022, Expanding At A CAGR Of 5.4% From 2016 To 2022: Credence Research include new market research report "Hospital Acquired Disease Testing Market Growth, Future Prospects and Competitive Analysis, 2016-2022" to its huge collection of research reports. According to the latest report published by Credence Research, Inc. "Hospital Acquired Disease Testing Market Growth, Future Prospects and...
5/25/17 - Hospital bosses calm on complaints
Hospital bosses believe the number of complaints being received are still relatively small when compared with how much work is done across a trust. The number of complaints received by New Cross Hospital, in Wolverhampton, has sky rocketed with more than 100 recorded complaints made so far this year. The findings, revealed as part of a report at th
5/25/17 - Hospital settles lawsuit about failing to honor patient's wishes on extending life [The Augusta Chronicle, Ga.]
May 25 Doctors Hospital has settled a lawsuit filed by the granddaughter of a 91- year-old woman who didn't want to undergo continuing medical treatment if there was no chance of recovery. Jacqueline Alicea sued Doctors Hospital and Dr. Phillip Catalano, contending they ignored her grandmother Bucilla Stephenson's signed Advanced Directive she ga
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