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6/24/16 - 'Devil Of Death' Jailed For Life For Murders
A nurse, dubbed a "devil of death" by prosecutors, has been sentenced to life in prison for murdering three patients and trying to kill a fourth. Christina Hansen, 31, was found guilty of giving overdoses of morphine and the sedative diazepam to three elderly patients at a hospital in the southern Danish town of Nykobing Falster between 2012 and 20
6/24/16 - 50 Health Ministry officials honoured [Daily Tribune (Bahrain)]
Manama: The Assistant Under-secretary for hospitals, Dr Walid Al Mana, has urged all the officials and employees to take care of sickle-cell patients by providing them best diagnosis, care and rehabilitation. The ceremony was organised under the auspices of Dr Walid Al Mana and the Department of Genetic blood diseases at Salmaniya Medical Centre as
6/24/16 - AppliedVR Brings Therapeutic Virtual Reality Content To Cedars-Sinai Medical Center [Global Data Point]
This does not require changing the face of healthcare, it merely requires AppliedVR's SaaS model for validated therapeutic VR content, to provide standardized and scalable technology that improves a patient's experience, "said Matthew Stoudt, Co-Founder and CEO of AppliedVR. Cedars-Sinai Medical Center is among the first hospitals to utilize scalab
6/24/16 - Back for more
Prior to fall 2014, the surgeons worked out of a hospital and ran a successful spine surgery business called the Gulf Coast Spine Institute in Brooksville. They decided on the BioSpine Institute, and that fall they opened a 10,000- square-foot surgery center in Tampa. The expansion came in the form of a 31,000- square-foot patient center on Boy Sco
6/24/16 - Bariatric surgery: Hospital cleared of patients death [Khaleej Times (United Arab Emirates)]
Ras Al Khaimah The Ministry of Health, following a thorough investigation, has discharged the Fujairah government hospital from the responsibility of a patients death two weeks after weight loss surgery. All the medical facilities needed for the weight loss operation were available at Fujairah hospital, and the surgeon who performed the operation i
6/24/16 - Be careful! Hospital waste can leave you in worse health
However, majority of the public and private hospitals and clinics in Islamabad do not follow standard operating procedures to properly dispose of medical waste. According to the Environment Protection Agency EPA nearly 5.2 million people, including four million children die annually from diseases related to medical waste. According to a report of t
6/24/16 - BRIEF: Alleged sexual assault at hospital investigated [The Courier-Tribune, Asheboro, N.C.]
June 23 ASHEBORO Asheboro Police and Randolph Hospital officials are investigating an alleged sexual assault that was reported at the facility involving a patient. On June 20, police responded to the hospital on White Oak Street in reference to a 27- year-old woman who reported she had been sexually assaulted. In a press release dated June 23,
6/24/16 - Children's Mercy Kansas City Accelerates Major Medical Breakthroughs for Critically Ill Children with Powerful, Scalable DDN Storage [Global Data Point]
The hospital has deployed DDN's GS7K? with 1 PB of storage to speed patient diagnosis and disease treatments by fueling compute and data-intensive research from the world's first whole genome sequencing center in a pediatric setting.&# x0D;. At the hospital's Center for Pediatric Genomic Medicine, physicians collaborate with clinical laboratory s
6/24/16 - Chinook Regional Hospital Expansion provides greater health care delivery to southern Alberta
Residents of the Lethbridge area will greatly benefit from this addition, which includes a new wing and greater access to critical care, outpatient surgeries and specialized treatments. The redevelopment includes a $9- million renovation to the Emergency Department. "The Chinook Regional Hospital expansion shows government's commitment to providin
6/24/16 - Concurrent Strikes Shut Down Hospitals, As Strikebreak Threatens
The strike is worsened by a concurrent strike by National Association of Resident Doctors, whose congress will not meet until Friday to decide whether to suspend its strike after an intervention meeting brokered between it and federal health ministry by House Speaker Yakubu Dogara. Only emergency services were on at National Hospital on Thursday, a
6/24/16 - Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust awarded contract for Medicinal Products Used in Diabetes [Khaleej Times (United Arab Emirates)]
Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has awarded a contract for Medicinal Products Used in Diabetes at United Kingdom- Chester. The contract was awarded to Animas, a Johnson and Johnson Company. The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and West Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group are seeking to establish a framework agre
6/24/16 - Danish court gives life to hospital nurse for triple murder
COPENHAGEN A Danish court has given a life sentence to a nurse who has been found guilty of murdering three patients and attempting to kill a fourth at a hospital in southern Denmark.
6/24/16 - Data from Affiliated Hospital Advance Knowledge in Psoriasis (Effects of Narrow Band Ultraviolet B on Serum Levels of Vascular Endothelial Growth...
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Drug Week Fresh data on Papulosquamous Skin Diseases are presented in a new report. According to news reporting originating from Qingdao, People's Republic of China, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, "The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of narrow band ultraviolet B therapy on serum
6/24/16 - Data on Abscess Described by Researchers at Emory University Hospital (The Use of Facial CT for the Evaluation of a Suspected Simple Dentoalveolar...
Data on Abscess Described by Researchers at Emory University Hospital. According to news reporting originating from Atlanta, Georgia, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, "Facial computed tomography is often performed in the emergency department as a part of the diagnostic workup for patients presenting with the signs and symptoms of dentoalv
6/24/16 - Data on Actinic Keratosis Discussed by Researchers at General Hospital (The prevalence of actinic keratosis in patients visiting dermatologists in...
Data on Actinic Keratosis Discussed by Researchers at General Hospital. The news reporters obtained a quote from the research from General Hospital, "No data of AK prevalence in China has been reported. This study aimed to explore the prevalence of AK in patients visiting dermatologists in two hospitals in China.
6/24/16 - Data on Medical Research Reported by Researchers at University of Southern Denmark (Readmissions of medical patients: an external validation of two...
Data on Medical Research Reported by Researchers at University of Southern Denmark. According to news originating from Odense, Denmark, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, "Hospital readmissions are increasingly used as a quality indicator with a belief that they are a marker of poor care and have led to financial penalties in UK and USA.
6/24/16 - Dual system brings bad governance to Sindh hospitals
Dual system has virtually ruined the basic concept of good governance in the government sector hospitals, specially teaching hospitals, in the entire province of Sindh. Under this dual system, Professors, Associate Professors, Assistant Professors, Registrars and other Consultants are working under the administrative control of Vice...
6/24/16 - Dual system brings bad governance to Sindh hospitals [Pakistan Press International]
Dual system has virtually ruined the basic concept of good governance in the government sector hospitals, specially teaching hospitals, in the entire province of Sindh. Under this dual system, Professors, Associate Professors, Assistant Professors, Registrars and other Consultants are working under the administrative control of Vice...
6/24/16 - Findings from Bispebjerg University Hospital in the Area of Brain Ischemia Reported [Stroke severity and incidence of acute large vessel occlusions...
Findings from Bispebjerg University Hospital in the Area of Brain Ischemia Reported. According to news reporting out of Copenhagen, Denmark, by NewsRx editors, research stated, "The frequency of acute large vessel occlusions in relation to clinical severity has not yet been established in a comprehensive, consecutive and unselected cohort of patien
6/24/16 - Findings from Kansai Rosai Hospital Has Provided New Data on Antiviral Research (HCV evolutionary genetics of SVR versus virologic failure assessed...
Findings from Kansai Rosai Hospital Has Provided New Data on Antiviral Research. According to news reporting out of Hyogo, Japan, by NewsRx editors, research stated, "In the phase III registration studies conducted in Japan, Japanese HCV gt1 patients administered vaniprevir 300 mg twice daily plus pegylated interferon/ribavirin for 12 or 24 weeks a
6/24/16 - Findings from Ottawa Hospital Research Institute Broaden Understanding of Health Services Research (Clinical characteristics and preventable acute...
Findings from Ottawa Hospital Research Institute Broaden Understanding of Health Services Research. By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Health& Medicine Week Investigators discuss new findings in Health and Medicine. Our news editors obtained a quote from the research from Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, "We identified all individuals wit
6/24/16 - Findings from University Hospital Yields New Findings on Renal Dialysis (Spatial Analysis Of Case-mix And Dialysis Modality Associations)
According to news reporting originating in Paris, France, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "Health-care systems must attempt to provide appropriate, high-quality, and economically sustainable care that meets the needs and choices of patients with end-stage renal disease. France offers 9 different modalities of dialysis, each characterized by
6/24/16 - Findings in Myopia and Genetics Reported from Hospital Clinic (Madan syndrome: ocular findings and novel mutations-in pursuit of genotype-phenotype...
Findings in Myopia and Genetics Reported from Hospital Clinic. By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Genomics& Genetics Weekly Research findings on Eye Diseases and Conditions are discussed in a new report. The news reporters obtained a quote from the research from Hospital Clinic, "Eleven patients diagnosed with MFS were included.
6/24/16 - Findings on Neurofibromatoses and Genetics Discussed by Investigators at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center (Cutaneous manifestations in...
Findings on Neurofibromatoses and Genetics Discussed by Investigators at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. The news reporters obtained a quote from the research from Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, "Skin changes are observed in patients with non-syndromic nervous system malignancy, often as a result of pharmacotherapy. Our news correspondents
6/24/16 - Findings on Science Detailed by Researchers at University of Southern California (Evaluation of Effect of Weekend Admission on the Prevalence of...
Findings on Science Detailed by Researchers at University of Southern California. According to news originating from Los Angeles, California, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, "Hospital-acquired conditions are defined by the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services as preventable adverse events that do not qualify for reimbursement of...
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