Removing inhibitory antibodies from plasma has resulted in immediate health improvement for some sepsis patients, and offers an alternative sepsis treatment.
The Spirax Sarco Australian Healthcare Clean Steam Generator (AH-CSG) unit provides clean steam to meet the requirements of AS/NZS 4187:2014.
Marriage may protect against the development of heart disease/stroke, as well as influence who is more likely to die of it.
A UQ study finds strong evidence that the triclosan, used in personal care products, is accelerating the spread of antibiotic resistance.
With the number of drug-related deaths reaching an all-time high among men, identifying signs of dependence and facilitating treatment is essential.
With their mental and physical wellbeing on the line, younger doctors need to be protected from burnout by their more senior colleagues.
A Victorian man, who pretended to be a dental specialist and performed restricted dental acts, has been convicted and fined $65,000.
A new type of medical examination glove has built-in antimicrobial technology that is proven to prevent the spread of infection.
Inspired by his young daughter undergoing chemo, a tradie Dad and his mate have designed superhero hospital gowns for sick children.
It seems nurses are doing a better job than doctors at identifying colorectal cancer.
A woman has been cancer-free for two years after her immune system was tweaked to destroy the disease. The treatment offers hope to other late-stage patients.
Researchers have developed a simple blood test that can predict a pregnant woman's delivery date.
A new manufacturing research partnership is aiming to develop solutions for harmful biofilm infections, which can cause morbidity in humans and animals.
Tonsil and adenoid removal has been associated with significantly increased long-term risks of respiratory, allergic and infectious diseases.