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Getinge Maquet Yuno II Operating Table

01 June, 2022 | Supplied by: Getinge Australia Pty Ltd

The Maquet Yuno II operating table is suitable for orthopaedic, traumatology and neurology procedures.

CBD: very high doses don't affect driving, cognition

01 June, 2022

Cannabidiol use seems to be increasing, with a recent University of Sydney study showing around 55,000 requests to access medicinal CBD approved since 2016.

Virtual biopsy could transform heart transplant care

31 May, 2022

The days of heart transplant survivors undergoing invasive biopsies could soon be over with a new technique reducing complications.

Haemophilia support: AR Joint Scanner unveiled at the CHW

30 May, 2022

An Australian-designed, augmented reality (AR) technology will give young people living with haemophilia a glimpse into the future and help them stay on track with treatment.

More than 1800 drug-induced deaths in 2020: report

30 May, 2022

In 2020, drug-induced deaths were nearly twice as frequent among males as females, according to a new report by the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre.

Study explores hospital bacteria's ability to change

27 May, 2022

Flinders University researchers are exploring hospital strain of Acinetobacter baumannii and its cellular response to important antibiotic colistin.

'Missing episodes' add to elective surgery backlog

27 May, 2022

Since the start of the pandemic more than 390,000 anticipated private hospital admissions did not occur, according to APRA data.

Gout drug may help heart failure patients: study

25 May, 2022

Colchicine, a common gout drug, has significantly improved survival rates for patients hospitalised with worsening heart failure, according to a new study.

Dry eye: 77% Australians experience symptoms but many unaware

25 May, 2022

Despite the discomfort, only 11% of people would see an optometrist and only around 3% would speak to a pharmacist for advice.

The role of shared decision-making in cancer treatment

25 May, 2022

A patient's perspective on their physical well-being can provide a better indication of their response to cancer treatment than clinician-based tools.

NSW reports 'probable' case of monkeypox

23 May, 2022

A 40-year-old traveller recently returned from Europe has been identified as a probable case of monkeypox, with confirmatory testing underway.

Respiratory syncytial virus behind 100,000 child deaths

23 May, 2022

There were over 45,000 deaths in infants under six months old in 2019, with one in five of the total global cases of RSV occurring in this age group.

Some elective procedures postponed amid supply shortage

23 May, 2022

Queensland Health has announced that it will reschedule some non-urgent elective procedures due to a critical worldwide shortage of contrast solutions required for a range of medical imaging.

Model finds key to COVID-19 deaths in the elderly

20 May, 2022

A person's ability to fight infections largely depends on how well their immune system replicates the cells effective at destroying the virus that causes the disease.

New micro-device set to boost IVF success

18 May, 2022

The University of Adelaide and Fertilis have developed a micro-device that will allow more IVF clinics to offer intracytoplasmic sperm injection as a treatment.

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