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7/23/17 - 2.2 million customers visited DHA facilities in 2016 [Emirates News Agency (WAM) (United Arab Emirates)]
DUBAI, 23rd July, 2017 More than 2 million customers have visited outpatient clinics at the Dubai Health Authority, DHA, in 2016, the authority revealed in a report. 973,787 visited outpatient clinics at DHA s four hospitals, Latifa Hospital, Dubai Hospial, Rashid Hospital, and Hatta Hospital. A total of 168,000 customers visited DHA s spec
7/23/17 - Advance directive and medical power of attorney are often missing
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at VerticalNews Health& Science COLOGNE. This is the finding of a survey of 998 intensive care patients at a university hospital, reported on by Geraldine de Heer and coauthors in the current issue of the Deutsches Arzteblatt International. This is the only way to comply with a leading decision of the German F
7/23/17 - Baby Charlie protesters rally as hospital reports threats
A small group of about 20 activists supporting Gard's parents, including some from the United States, gathered Sunday afternoon outside the High Court in London where legal proceedings will resume Monday with new medical evidence expected. His parents are fighting to get him more medical care but Great Ormond Street Hospital officials say the exper
7/23/17 - BRIEF: Two people hospitalized following crash near Ault on Colo. 14 [Greeley Tribune, Colo.]
July 22 Authorities briefly closed Colo. 14 on Saturday morning just east of Ault following two-vehicle crash that injured two. Colorado State Patrol spokesman Trooper Tim Schaefer said he didn't know much about the crash. Two patients suffered moderate injuries and were taken to North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley for treatment.
7/23/17 - Charlie Gard's parents condemn abuse levelled at hospital staff
The parents of critically ill baby Charlie Gard have condemned the abuse and death threats levelled at doctors and hospital staff where he is being treated, but said they have also faced an online backlash. Connie Yates and Chris Gard, who have been involved in a lengthy legal battle over their son s treatment, said they have faced online abuse
7/23/17 - CHLA Conducts satisfaction survey in the pediatric emergency department
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at VerticalNews Health Physician researchers at Children's Hospital Los Angeles surveyed caregivers to understand their expectations and satisfaction of urgent care in a pediatric emergency department. Results of their study are published in the Journal of Ambulatory Care Management. "Physicians often have th
7/23/17 - Could a nurse miles away help save your life? A 'virtual hospital' has come to Tacoma. [The News Tribune (Tacoma, Wash.)]
July 23 In a bunker-like former bank office near Tacoma' Hilltop neighborhood, 200 doctors, nurses and medical-technology workers spend their days treating scores of hospital patients they never meet. Their daily work is what CHI Franciscan calls a "virtual hospital" where a dizzying array of patients' pulse-rate monitor data, webcam conversation
7/23/17 - Findings from Ankara Numune Education and Research Hospital in the Area of Angina Pectoris Described (Relationship of mean platelet volume to...
Findings from Ankara Numune Education and Research Hospital in the Area of Angina Pectoris Described. By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Heart Disease Weekly Investigators publish new report on Heart Disorders and Diseases- Angina Pectoris. The news reporters obtained a quote from the research from Ankara Numune Education and Research Hospit
7/23/17 - Hospital, office physicians have differing laments about electronic records
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at VerticalNews Health PROVIDENCE, R.I. A new study reports widespread agreement among physicians that maintaining electronic health records undermines their connection with patients. The analysis by researchers at Brown University and Healthcentric Advisors, novel for its relatively large sample size and it
7/23/17 - Hospitals pleased with changes By David Bruce
Erie-area cancer patients expressed concern in September when UPMC Hamot and Saint Vincent Hospital announced they were moving chemotherapy treatments out of the Regional Cancer Center and into the hospitals. Hospital officials said they transferred chemotherapy out of the Cancer Center for several reasons, including the lack of space and the...
7/23/17 - Is concussion associated with abnormal menstrual patterns in young women?
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at VerticalNews Health A study of nearly 130 girls and young women suggests concussion was associated with increased risk of having two or more abnormal menstrual bleeding patterns, according to an article published by JAMA Pediatrics. The study by Anthony P. Kontos, Ph.D., of the University of Pittsburgh Medi
7/23/17 - Kunduz Medical Facility Reopened after Deadly Bombing [Asharq Alawsat (Saudi Arabia)]
The international Medecins Sans Frontiers in Afghanistan on Saturday reopened a small medical clinic in northern Kunduz province where nearly two years ago an airstrike destroyed their hospital, killing over 40.. We decided to restart medical activities in Kunduz, because the needs are big in the conflict context? and this clinic is the first
7/23/17 - Mary Washington among 'Most Wired' hospitals in nation [The Free Lance-Star, Fredericksburg, Va.]
July 23 Mary Washington Healthcare is 1 of 8 hospital systems in Virginia and the only one in the Fredericksburg regionrecognized for using technology to make it easier for patients and providers to interact. Results of the 19th Annual Health Care's Most Wired survey were released recently by the American Hospital Association's Health Forum.
7/23/17 - More than a hospital: YRMC offers host of outpatient services
Editor's note: While last week's story focused on Yuma Regional Medical Center's recruitment efforts for the entire county, this week's story considers how YRMC is more than a hospital, with a whole host of outpatients services available to the community. While it's considered a hospital, Yuma Regional Medical Center is much more than a traditional
7/23/17 - More than two million visit Dubai Health Authority facilities [Gulf News (United Arab Emirates)]
Dubai: Almost 2.2 million customers visited the Dubai Health Authority facilities in 2016, a report has revealed. A total of 2,186,787 customers visited outpatient clinics at DHA, the report said, out of which 973,787 visited outpatient clinics at DHA s four hospitals, Latifa Hospital, Dubai Hospital, Rashid Hospital and Hatta Hospital. As of 20
7/23/17 - New Endocarditis Study Findings Recently Were Reported by Researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital (Risk and outcomes of aortic valve endocarditis...
New Endocarditis Study Findings Recently Were Reported by Researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital. By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Heart Disease Weekly Research findings on Heart Disorders and Diseases- Endocarditis are discussed in a new report. Our news journalists obtained a quote from the research from Brigham and Women's Hospital
7/23/17 - New Heart Failure Findings from Henry Ford Hospital Discussed (A Phase 2a dose-escalation study of the safety, tolerability, pharmacokinetics and...
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Heart Disease Weekly Investigators discuss new findings in Heart Disorders and Diseases- Heart Failure. Funders for this research include Cardioxyl Pharmaceuticals, Bristol-Myers Squibb. Our news editors obtained a quote from the research from Henry Ford Hospital, "Patients with baseline pulmonary capillary
7/23/17 - Opelousas General Health System Named 2017 Most Wired Hospital
New tools are helping patients become more actively involved in their care and maintaining their health, according to results of the 19th Annual Health Care's Most Wired survey, released today by the American Hospital Association's Health Forum. 76 percent offer secure messaging with clinicians on mobile devices. When patients need ongoing monit
7/23/17 - Personalized metabolic therapy treatment shows improvement on atypical Rett syndrome
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at VerticalNews Health& Science A translational, multicenter study carried out by research groups of the Bellvitge Biomedical Research Institute, San Juan de Dios Hospital, the University of Barcelona, Clinic Hospital, the University of Vic, Santa Creu i Sant Pau Hospital and the thematic area of Rare Diseases
7/23/17 - Reports Summarize Atrial Fibrillation Findings from Skane University Hospital (Dynamic high-sensitivity troponin elevations in atrial fibrillation...
Reports Summarize Atrial Fibrillation Findings from Skane University Hospital. By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Heart Disease Weekly New research on Heart Disorders and Diseases- Atrial Fibrillation is the subject of a report. Our news editors obtained a quote from the research from Skane University Hospital, "The aim of this study was to
7/23/17 - Series Electro-acupuncture Helps Fight Poliomyelitis [Sunday Standard, The (India)]
The sequelae of poliomyelitis, belonging to Flaccidity syndrome in traditional Chinese medicine, are common afflictions that seriously affect the mental and physical health of children and youths. Clinically, the affected limbs are flaccidmuscles are weak or have no strength at all. The study was conducted at affiliated Acupuncture Hospital, Anhui.
7/23/17 - Standoff between hospital and insurance company endangers my care; Guest Column
I have advanced mantle cell lymphoma and was near death when admitted to the emergency room at Anne Arundel Medical Center. Anne Arundel Medical Center, in concert with my doctor from Johns Hopkins, provided my second cycle of chemotherapy and follow-up infusion visits. Anne Arundel Medical Center is a gem and a powerful resource within our communi
7/23/17 - Water babies Hoboken University Medical Center offers new birth method
Expectant mothers have a new option when deciding to deliver their baby, now that Hoboken University Medical Center offers water labors and water births. It s the reason I chose to have my baby at that hospital, said Ridgewood resident Jeanette Wiltshire last week, who had a water birth at the hospital in June. Water birth is when a woman
7/22/17 - AnMed Health seeks to lower emergency department's trauma designation [Anderson Independent Mail, S.C.]
July 22 AnMed Health Medical Center in Anderson is seeking to lower the trauma designation for its emergency department, but hospital officials say patients will continue to receive the same level of care. According to the American Trauma Society, Level I centers such as Greenville Memorial Hospital can provide total care for every aspect of inju
7/22/17 - Bangweulu hospital tendering process nears completion [Tehran Times (Iran)]
GOVERNMENT says the construction of Bangweulu General Hospital in Luwingu district in Northern Province will start before the end of this year. Northern Province Minister Brian Mundubile said Government is currently concluding the tendering process before a contract is awarded to construct the hospital. The tendering and evaluation procedures have.
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