More than 420,000 Australians suffer from a chronic wound each year, costing the health and aged care system a total of $3bn.
People living with long-term conditions who received the therapist-guided digital program have showed a significant reduction in psychological distress.
150 km. That's the average distance between paediatric palliative care patients and the children's hospital at which they received specialist care.
The gastrointestinal disease caused by the microscopic parasite Cryptosporidium is a common cause of acute diarrhoea in young children.
In 2021, around 46% of first-time mothers had a postnatal stay of less than one day, according to new data from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW).
Getinge's Neurally Adjusted Ventilatory Assist was developed to use the patient's own neural respiratory drive to control the ventilator.
More than 14 million women globally experience postpartum haemorrhage, resulting in 70,000 maternal deaths a year.
In Australia and New Zealand, most people consume excessive amounts of sodium, with the estimated average said to be about 3600 mg/day
Researchers from the RMIT have developed a list of potentially dangerous medications used in Australia and have also suggested safer alternatives.
Global researchers have published a clinical guide on how and where to roll out evidence-based interventions to help prevent lymphoedema for cancer survivors.
In a phase-one human clinical trial, a US pharmacist researcher has shown that a newer generation tetracycline antibiotic could help combat Clostridioides difficile (C. diff) bacteria.
Christine Cockburn, CEO, Rare Cancers Australia, reflects on care disparities across populations and the role of personalised medicine in improving outcomes.
Cancer patients undergoing treatment on Brisbane's northside are set to benefit from a new, multimillion-dollar onsite radiation therapy service.
Around 350,000 Australians are prescribed at least one anti-psychotic drug each year, prompting calls to better monitor patients and perform ECGs.
Cannatrek has signed an agreeent with Mie University in Tsu, Japan, to forge an open collaboration focused on accelerating medical research.