Research into the use of ultrasound techniques to assist with intravenous cannula treatment has been implemented for Australian children.
Dr Xanthe Strudwick is working with researchers to examine the development of chronic wounds and how to resolve excessive scarring.
A blood test to detect higher levels of a heart protein, called troponin, could help predict the risk of death from any cause in the next few years, claims a large UK study.
The PSA has released revised Professional Practice Standards for clinical activities undertaken by pharmacists in differing specialty areas.
The risk of pregnancy complications and of giving birth to underweight and/or premature babies may be significantly higher for women who experience childhood trauma.
A Monash University study has uncovered why some intestinal worm infections become chronic, which could eventually lead to human vaccines and improved treatments.
Around one-third of young adults in Victoria who experienced sudden cardiac deaths (SCDs) outside of a hospital setting from April 2019 to April 2021 used illegal drugs prior to their fatal events.
UNSW Sydney has been awarded a grant of nearly $500,000 to investigate how the relationship between gut and brain health is impacted by chemotherapy.
The Country Health Attack Prevention program, or CHAP Project, is tailor-made for country people's recovery and secondary prevention support.
A new national action plan has been launched with an aim to improve the quality and availability of palliative care for infants, children and young people with a life-limiting illness.
The Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute (VCCRI) is calling for improving awareness on conditions that can double the risk of cardiovascular disease.
A study involving 340,000 UK Biobank participants has found that a new class of cholesterol-lowering drugs could impair lung function in some patients.
The University of Queensland and Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology (SNP) have automated a microscope scanning and analysis system in Brisbane that has been tested, implemented and accredited ready for rollout around the world.
Researchers have investigated the effectiveness of a range of manoeuvres and devices currently used to reduce the risk of impacted foetal head in emergency caesarean births.
The TGA has announced changes to restrictions around prescribing and dispensing of medical abortion pills.