Clinical Services

New online resource for eating disorders related to menopause

08 May, 2024

The resource aims to help women navigate eating disorders during perimenopause and menopause, when symptoms can become both distressing and hard to tell apart.

Task Medical fenestrated drape

06 May, 2024 | Supplied by: Constar Pty Ltd

The Task Medical fenestrated drape from Constar is suitable for surgical and therapeutic procedures and to help protect patients and medical staff from bacterial transfer.

Mölnlycke BARRIER Universal ISCC single-use surgical drapes

06 May, 2024 | Supplied by: Molnlycke Health Care

The Mölnlycke BARRIER Universal ISCC* drapes and sets offer flexible surgical draping solutions that can be combined to meet most surgical needs.

Mindray V9 operating table

06 May, 2024 | Supplied by: Hospital Products Australia

The Mindray V9 operating table is designed to adapt to all specialties and procedures and provide the highest level of surgical positioning and access.

Fiona Stanley Hospital, ECU team up to reduce ICU noise

03 May, 2024

Fiona Stanley Hospital is working with Edith Cowan University on improving acoustic design with an aim to decrease noise levels in ICUs.

US case highlights dangers of fentanyl inhalation

01 May, 2024

The lead author of the study said it should be taken as a warning about the danger of a substance that is cheap, readily available and 50 times more potent than heroin.

Project to review virtual EDs across five states

30 April, 2024

As hospitals battle ramping challenges, alternative virtual EDs have been seen as one solution to reducing the number of people presenting to hospital.

Australian regions with high cardiac arrest rates and low CPR: study

26 April, 2024

Australia has about 26,000 out-of-hospital cardiac arrests annually, with only 12% of patients treated by ambulance surviving to hospital discharge and/or 30 days.

Could UV light protect against hospital infections?

26 April, 2024

Researchers are working on a new type of ultraviolet light that could be effective for reducing air-borne transmission of infectious diseases.

Alfred Health trials eye-tracking tech to assess brain function

26 April, 2024

The Alfred hospital has commenced clinical trials with BrainEye to screen for neurological abnormalities using a 60-second eye movement test.

GenesisCare expands with $35m Northern Beaches cancer centre

16 April, 2024

The relocated centre has expanded its services with a new radiation therapy offering and access to clinical trials for eligible patients.

In Conversation with Royal Women's Hospital CEO Sue Matthews

15 April, 2024

An hour after the final call for visitors to leave, Professor Sue Matthews — now CEO of Royal Women's Hospital — found a man by his wife's bedside in the gynaecology ward she was working at.

Non-invasive 'virtual' biopsy for skin cancer diagnosis

12 April, 2024

Researchers have developed a new imaging method that allows clinicians to analyse the skin non-invasively for cancerous cells.

UTI vaccines could prevent infection for nine years

10 April, 2024

MV140 is a new vaccine for recurrent UTIs and is administered with two sprays of a pineapple-flavoured suspension under the tongue every day for three months.

Global prostate cancer rates predicted to double by 2040

08 April, 2024

The number of annual prostate cancer deaths worldwide is predicted to rise by 85% from 375,000 in 2020 to almost 700,000 by 2040.

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