The smartphone-based pain assessment application has potential for use in children's hospitals, in postnatal wards, and among parents and other healthcare professionals.
Early research suggests that climate change could lead to more stillbirths.
This fortnight is the last chance for aged-care facilities to participate in the government-subsidised rollout of a complete point-of-care solution for best practice pain management.
The Avalon Study has demonstrated the life-changing benefits of a closed-loop spinal cord stimulation system in patients with chronic, intractable pain.
An Adelaide-based company has developed a COVID-19 vaccine that completely blocks viral transmission to individuals who lack immunity, as well as offering protection for those inoculated.
Australian and US researchers have developed an experimental direct-acting antiviral therapy to treat COVID-19.
A state-of-the-art cancer centre is scheduled to open within Holmesglen Private Hospital in September this year, offering the latest in advanced radiation therapy.
Genomics is the focus for the first day of the annual health data conference of the Australasian Institute of Digital Health (AIDH), HealthData21.
UNSW's Kirby Institute has used mathematical modelling to test the effectiveness of different vaccination strategies for controlling the COVID-19 pandemic.
Victorian women who have undergone breast implant or breast reconstructive procedures are being encouraged to watch for early symptoms of a rare form of cancer.
Epidyolex has been added to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) for the treatment of Dravet syndrome, a rare and drug-resistant form of epilepsy.
One million sterilisation wraps will be produced each month in response to a critical worldwide shortage that threatens surgery cancellations in Australia.
Treating high-risk patients with recommended blood pressure and cholesterol-lowering medicines could prevent more than 103,000 heart attacks, strokes and heart-related deaths.
The standardised guidelines place pharmacists as key members of the multidisciplinary medical team caring for patients in the ICU.
In the washroom, Australians are most concerned about their co-workers not washing their hands, touching door handles and taps, and the cleanliness of the air.