Emergency departments and patients alike have benefited from processes introduced in recent years.
When it comes to the tiny scaffold-like stents inserted to unblock the clogged arteries of heart disease patients, the stakes couldn't be higher.
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Author: Christine Claighen, Regulatory and Scientific Manager, GOJO Australasia
Detecting and treating patients before they have a cardiac arrest isn’t rocket science, but it’s a life saver.
Australia’s organ donation levels are low by international standards. At least twenty countries achieve better donation rates than Australia’s 16.1 donors per million population (DPMP), including Belgium (29.9 DPMP), the United States (25.9), France (25.5) and the United Kingdom (20.8).
Calling all filmmakers: This year’s Tropfest has teamed up with the NPS MedicineWise to run a community service announcement film competition educating the public on the issue of antibiotic resistance. The winners will share a prize pool of $10,000 in cash.
A Yale University-led study may confirm the regularly contested notion that people are more likely to catch a common cold in cool-weather conditions.
The World Heart Federation has announced that Dr Salim Yusuf has begun his tenure as the new President of the organisation, following on from immediate Past-President, Prof. K. Srinath Reddy.
Simple, quality communication with patients is the key to ensuring infection prevention and control outcomes are improved.
A merger with the Menzies Foundation is set to position Griffith University as a leader in world-class allied health research.
Western Australian researchers have played an important role in a major international collaboration to discover genes for glaucoma, the second leading cause of blindness.