The Multiprac 4.0 system can be used for monitoring and managing infections and staff health in hospitals and nursing homes.
Being an infection control expert isn't always an advantage... especially when you're the patient and envisaging lurgies on every surface.
New research has found that the incidence and mortality rates of sepsis in Australian ICUs are significantly underestimated.
Using evidence-based practice to lead us to the Promised Land.
The multiresistant superbug Candida auris has surfaced in Australia; healthcare professionals must take action to prevent it taking hold.
The images represent a breakthrough in understanding how human lungs transition from the womb to the first breaths at birth.
Over 90% of Australians support the legalisation of medical use cannabis but only a handful of our 38,000 GPs are able to prescribe medicinal cannabis.
More than 9 million people take a prescribed medicine daily, with 8 million taking two or more prescribed medicines a week, according to a new survey.
Healthcare organisations are creating entertaining videos on YouTube to promote hand hygiene. But how effective is this medium?
A new link between a thinning eye retina and dopamine means doctors may soon be able to diagnose Parkinson's disease with a simple eye scan.
With 50% of men in their 50s experiencing symptoms related to an enlarged prostate, health practitioners should encourage middle-aged men to have a check-up.
A new study finds that the number of women in labour requiring epidurals could be halved if treated with remifentanil instead of pethidine.
A new three-in-one pill to reduce high blood pressure could change the way hypertension is treated globally.
Contrary to existing perceptions, inducing healthy first-time pregnant mothers at 39 weeks reduces the risk of caesarian and pre-eclampsia.