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Fake hand contamination treats OCD

14 January, 2020

UK and US researchers have found that the 'rubber hand illusion' could help those with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) overcome their condition without the stress caused by exposure therapy.


Too long to treat rural stroke victims

13 January, 2020

A Monash Health study investigating inequalities in acute stroke care found Australians in rural areas are not receiving the same timely care as those in cities.


Heart Foundation highlights smoke haze health risks

09 January, 2020 | Supplied by: The Heart Foundation

The Heart Foundation is urging those with conditions such as heart failure, and those aged 65 years and over, to be aware of the risks to their health and the need to protect themselves.


RACGP urges support for GPs at bushfire frontline

08 January, 2020

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners has urged the federal government to make reforms to help GPs care for affected communities at the frontline of the bushfire crisis.


AMT Group Australasia TOE Probe Complete Care

01 January, 2020 | Supplied by: AMT Group Australasia

TOE Complete Care is a start to finish reprocessing system for TOE ultrasound probes, equipped with all accessories needed to assure high-level disinfection.


Advantech PAX-332 medical-grade surgical monitor

01 January, 2020 | Supplied by: Advantech Australia Pty Ltd

The PAX-332 is a 32″ widescreen medical-grade surgical monitor aimed at ensuring operating precision. Delivering medical images of optimal quality, it supports full HD and UHD resolution.


Cardiologists express concern over study complication data

20 December, 2019 by David O’Donnell* and Daniel Cehic**

Unlike the Ganesan study, published in Internal Medicine Journal, GenesisCare cardiologists have found marked variation in complication rates for cardiac device implantation.


Ho ho ho, to emergency we go

19 December, 2019

Hospitals are expecting a spate of preventable injuries and illnesses over the festive season, with December being the busiest month of the year for emergency departments.


Public vs private: similar safety outcomes for heart procedures

18 December, 2019

Public and private hospitals have similar safety outcomes for pacemaker and defibrillator implant surgeries, according to a comparative study.


Health sector unites to urge govt action on bushfire smoke

17 December, 2019

A joint statement from 28 health and medical groups urges the federal and NSW governments to respond to the public health emergency created by the air pollution from bushfire smoke.


Whiteley Medical Surfex dry-surface biofilm remover and disinfectant

17 December, 2019 | Supplied by: Whiteley Corporation

Surfex from Whiteley Medical is a dry-surface biofilm remover and disinfectant, intended for use on environmental surfaces and for non-critical medical devices such as hospital beds and theatre trolleys.


Sydney hospital celebrates 200+ robotic surgeries

13 December, 2019

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.


MEDEVAC repeal could have long-term health consequences

11 December, 2019 by Amy Sarcevic

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.


Studies provide new umbilical cord management data

09 December, 2019

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.


Same medication, different price

02 December, 2019

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.


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