More than 200 robotic procedures have been performed at Prince of Wales Private Hospital since the launch of its multidisciplinary robotics program in October 2018.
The repeal of MEDEVAC could impact the long-term physical and mental health of asylum seekers held in offshore processing at Nauru and Manus Island, warns the Chair of the RACGP Refugee Health Specific Interests Network, Dr Kate Walker.
Two studies published in JAMA have provided data on the effects of umbilical cord interventions on women undergoing caesarean delivery at term and the effects on preterm infants.
Australia has ranked #40 in an index of 50 countries in a global study comparing the cost of some of the most widely recognised and indispensable medications.
Researchers in Sweden set out to compare induction of labour at 41 weeks with expectant management until 42 weeks in low-risk pregnancies.
The National Asthma Council Australia has highlighted the risk of serious asthma and hayfever episodes given the forecasted weather conditions in the eastern states.
The SHPA has unveiled its bold vision for realising an advanced pharmacy profession, delivering quality use of medicines and benefiting all Australians.
The annual scientific pharmacy conference saw Jacinta Costello named 2019 SHPA Resident of the Year.
Flinders researchers have tested wetsuit material that can help reduce blood loss resulting from shark bites, reduce injuries and prevent the leading cause of death from shark bites.
Researchers have developed a novel method for predicting which children arriving in emergency departments are most likely to go into septic shock.
The release of new European guidelines on dyslipidaemias has called Australia’s LDL-C targets into question.
Professor Brendan Crabb received the 2019 GSK Award for Research Excellence for his research on malaria.
A wearable bike helmet-style brain scanner — which allows natural movement during scanning — has been used in a UK study to measure brain activity in young children.
How do we best respond to the pain experienced by some of the most frail and vulnerable people in our communities?
A study has found that intensive care unit (ICU) copper hospital beds harbour 95% fewer bacteria than conventional hospital beds, asssisting with infection control.