Clinical Services > Ear, Nose & Throat

Doctors missing up to 64% sleep apnoea cases

29 May, 2019

Sleep apnoea, associated with high morbidity and mortality, is being missed by doctors due to insufficient test criteria. A new methodology is being proposed.


Removing tonsils, adenoids, increases long-term risks

08 June, 2018

Tonsil and adenoid removal has been associated with significantly increased long-term risks of respiratory, allergic and infectious diseases.


Hope for hearing loss

14 April, 2018

A new technique repairs damaged nerves and cells within the ear, and could soon restore hearing to millions of people.


New therapy for treating infants with bronchiolitis

25 April, 2017

After more than 10 years of research, Australian medical researchers are set to change the way we treat infants with respiratory illness, with Queensland emergency departments already adopting the new therapy.


LabFriend eye wash stations and bottles

02 December, 2016

LabFriend has a range of shapes and sizes of eye wash stations, as well as refill bottles, for the initial first aid treatment for many hazardous contaminants. The range of safety showers, eye/face wash units and multispray platform showers is designed for personal safety, particularly in applications such as mining, petroleum and oil refineries, chemical manufacturing and handling, as well as laboratories and hospitals.



Blue Pod Coffee Company

10 November, 2015 by Ryan Mccann

The perfect addition to any workplace – small or large – a Lavazza Blue Pod coffee machine says prestige to your clients and boosts loyalty from your staff. Fresh, Italian coffee is just a touch of a button away. With so many options available, there is a solution for your every office coffee need.



Forget Health Takeovers Here's How to Fix Hospital Funding and Chronic Disease Care

21 July, 2015 by Sharon Smith

Stephen Duckett, Grattan Institute and Peter Breadon, Grattan Institute


Treatment Discovered for Girls-Only Epilepsy Condition

07 July, 2015 by Sharon Smith

Girls suffering from a rare form of epilepsy due to a mutation in the X-chromosome will soon have access to their first chance at treatment, thanks to University of Adelaide researchers and Marinus Pharmaceuticals who are about to commence clinical trials.


Medical Community Tackles Domestic Violence

23 June, 2015 by Sharon Smith

Emergency departments personnel, general practitioners and community nurses are often the first to see signs of abuse, and so the Australian medical profession is committing its resources to addressing domestic violence in the community.


New Stroke Treatment is a 'Game Changer'

12 February, 2015 by Petrina Smith

Researchers from the Royal Melbourne Hospital have published a landmark study which heralds a new era in stroke treatment across the globe.


New Report Looks at Burden of Disease

30 January, 2015 by Petrina Smith


Townsville Paediatric Intensive Care Unit Opens

21 October, 2014 by Petrina Smith

Townsville Hospital's stand-alone paediatric intensive care unit has opened today, completing a  full suite of intensive care services for children and adults at the hospital.


World Pharmacists Day 2014

25 September, 2014 by Sophie Blackshaw

Today is World Pharmacists Day, giving Australian pharmacists, who are among the top three trusted professions in the nation, plenty of reasons to smile.


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