A list of up-and-coming technologies has been unveiled by the Cleveland Clinic, selected by a panel of Cleveland Clinic physicians and scientists.
The prevalence of antimicrobial resistance in Australian aged-care homes, combined with high levels of inappropriate antibiotic use, support the need for increased action both in activities to improve antimicrobial stewardship and in infection prevention and control.
Tuberculosis (TB) can now be identified in less than an hour thanks to a new blood test.
Researchers have discovered how medications for Parkinson's disease cause some patients to develop addictive behaviours such as problem gambling, binge eating, hypersexuality and excessive shopping.
Science, defence and pharmaceutical organisations are partnering in the war on superbugs.
Researchers at Edith Cowan University have developed a simple, low-cost test for predicting pre-eclampsia.
A Swedish observational study has found that PTSD and other stress-related disorders are associated with a subsequent risk of life-threatening infections such as meningitis and sepsis.
A University of Auckland study has discovered that injuries from electric scooters (e-scooters) in the Auckland region have cost the health system more than NZ$1 million in less than one year.
Automated systems can help minimise cross-contamination in hospitals and aged-care facilities.
An Australian pilot study investigating the role of antioxidants in early embryo development has won the 2019 Best Basic Science Award.
Reflecting on nurses' leadership role in antimicrobial stewardship: what does it look like, how does it work?
Environmental cleaning plays an important role in preventing healthcare-associated infections and, in turn, delivers cost savings for hospitals.
2020's Starlight Super Swim is encouraging Australians to make a positive splash to help the Starlight Children's Foundation brighten the lives of seriously ill and hospitalised children.
This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the youngest Australian to be diagnosed with breast cancer is urging all women to be 'breast aware'.
Researchers have developed a nanomesh capable of delivering drug treatments, which could provide a major step forward in the fight against antibiotic resistance.