Orthopaedic surgeon Dr John O'Donnell recently performed his 10,000th hip arthroscopy procedure — a reported world first for any surgeon performing this procedure.
A groundbreaking technology that enhances lung cancer tissue is providing surgeons with a significantly better chance of finding and removing more cancer than ever before.
APHA has announced that the nation's private hospitals are ready and willing to alleviate pressure on the public hospitals by taking on some of the elective surgery caseload.
From false eyes to pacemakers — millions of Australians with private health insurance will benefit from price cuts to thousands of medical technologies.
The PAX-332 is a 32″ widescreen medical-grade surgical monitor aimed at ensuring operating precision. Delivering medical images of optimal quality, it supports full HD and UHD resolution.
More than 200 robotic procedures have been performed at Prince of Wales Private Hospital since the launch of its multidisciplinary robotics program in October 2018.
Neurosurgeon Dr Marc Coughlan has introduced a minimally invasive endoscopic radiofrequency denervation for the treatment of back pain.
With a range of different scar types and a variety of repair methods available, the treatment of scarring remains a challenge.
Young women with early-stage ovarian cancer can undergo fertility-preserving surgery without affecting the safety of their cancer treatment.
Researchers have demonstrated that transradial surgery, done via the wrist, is safe and effective for a broad range of neuroendovascular procedures.
Australian surgeons have restored the hand function of 13 young adults who had paralysis due to nerve damage.
Despite being largely preventable, Australia has the world's worst rate of ACL injuries and reconstructions.
Using a modified procedure, surgeons have returned genuine smiles to the faces of patients with one-sided facial muscle paralysis.
The global study also found that more than 1 in 5 surgical site infections were resistant to antibiotics given before surgery to prevent infections.
A new report investigating hip and knee joint replacement surgeries in Victoria finds that many patients could be successfully treated without surgery, with massive savings to healthcare and welfare systems.