A new technique designed to allow surgeons to identify and remove residual tumour tissue during breast-conserving surgery is said to have shown promising results.
A new study of 1.6 million women has found elective induction of labour at 39 weeks' gestation is associated with a 37% decreased risk of perineal injury.
A new survey suggests headaches affect 75% of women and 54% of men — and the impact could cost the Australian economy over $35.7 billion annually.
Mater researchers in Brisbane are leading a trial of a flu vaccine that has the potential to provide greater and more durable protection against the virus.
The way specialists run their surgical operating lists is due for an overhaul, says Jane Griffiths, CEO, Day Hospitals Australia.
As the use of menstrual health apps continues to grow, Flinders University law experts have warned of the legal implications of who can access this highly personal data and how can it be used.
A new study calls for more targeted clinical research to find treatments aimed at reducing prolonged hospital stays and mortality in severe acute pancreatitis.
In the study of more than 1.6 million adults, the scientists found that a bone fracture was associated with a loss of one to seven years of life.
In response to recent media reports of serious unprofessional conduct in cosmetic surgery, the health practitioner regulator and Health Ministers have announced significant changes.
The ARveo 8 digital visualisation microscope unites information from AR fluorescence and IGS systems feeds, with the aim of providing enhanced visualisation for neurosurgery.
Postpartum haemorrhage (PPH) — defined as the loss of more than 500 mL of blood within 24 hours after birth — is the leading cause of maternal mortality worldwide.
People with OSA often snore loudly, their breathing starts and stops during the night and they may wake up several times.