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TELITHROMYCIN - the proven effective new drug for cap

...of Medicine, Rootstown, commented that, "Currently clinicians who perceive their patients to be at risk for infection with resistant pathogens are relying on one or two classes of antimicrobials. This results in increased pressure on those classes ", and this infact is responsible for the resistance strains of ...

Dementia - a global problem

... The Group has already trained 120 researchers and clinicians in 26 countries in dementia care. The next stage is to learn more about risk factors for dementia around the world. After all, lifestyle, environment and genetics could have a big impact on dementia but we know little about these factors in places ot...

Aspirin and Warfarin Are Equally Effective for Stroke Prevention

... for stroke prevention has been the thinking among clinicians that warfarin may be a better blood thinner than aspirin to prevent almost all forms of stroke, but that it has greater side effects, increased risk of hemorrhage, and higher costs....

The cancer-fighting gene

...l hereditary breat cancers. The structure may give clinicians the ability to formulate genetic screening programs to identifyt women at risk for the deadly disease.The finely detailed images, will give researchers new clues on how the crucial protein effectively prevents cells from becoming cancerous.// The p...

Pancreatic Cancer may be linked to Diabetes

...oshida, of the University of Virginia, told, "most clinicians knew this intuitively," but the study added a critical time and age element. She noted the mean time from diagnosis of diabetes to diagnosis of pancreatic cancer was only 7 months, and many of the cases occurred in people in their 70s. That kind of i...

Niacin Safe for Diabetics

...s felt that Niacin therapy has been discouraged by clinicians because high doses can worsen glycemic control in patients with diabetes. In this study we evaluated the tolerance and effectiveness of niacin at low doses. The low-dose treatment, which works by lowering triglyceride levels and increasing levels of...

Novel Anti-Neutrophilic Effect produced by Salmeterol in mild asthma patients

...recent three-way crossover study over six weeks by clinicians at the National Heart and Lung Institute, Royal Br...agonists, such as salmeterol, on inflammation. The clinicians enrolled 20 patients, between the ages// of 18 and 55, with mild stable asthma who were randomized t...

Hyaluronan supplementation therapy for Knee Osteoarthritis

...n and treatment regimen. Therefore, they cautioned clinicians to look at the evidence supporting the use of a given product before they use it. The study also revealed that the therapy may actually help with the disease and not just the symptoms as certain hyaluronan products have structure modifying activity. ...

Answer on SARS 3 to 4 weeks away

...ries around the world are working together, and 80 clinicians treating people with the SARS virus have continuously been exchanging information. Canadian researchers during the weekend first published the entire genetic sequence of the new type of corona virus thought to be the cause of SARS. Officials at the ...

First global SARS meet opens

...Kuala Lumpur today. More than 1,000 scientists and clinicians gathered to examine how hard-hit regions responded to the outbreak, review scientific findings and talk about control strategies for a disease that has so far killed 799 people and infected 8,460. The meeting in Kuala Lumpur will also look to see whe...

Pancreas Transplant for Diabetics

...ears post-transplantation. Researchers conclude clinicians and patients considering a pancreas transplant option need to understand the actual risks and benefits, the expense, and the uncertainties with this surgical therapy. In an accompanying editorial, doctors from Massachusetts General Hospital and Ha...

Poor Preventive Measures Taken By Diabetics

...and measurement of the quality of care, empowering clinicians with medical decision support tools and patients with information to improve the quality of care they receive, and building incentives for providing comprehensive care into the health care delivery system are essential to translating into practice th...

Diabetics Should Adopt Better Preventive Measures

...and measurement of the quality of care, empowering clinicians with medical decision support tools and patients with information to improve the quality of care they receive, and building incentives for providing comprehensive care into the health care delivery system are essential to translating into practice th...

A New Evaluation Tool That Could Predict Death Risk in Heart Patients

...e heart failure and offers a simple, quick way for clinicians to assess mortality risk upon hospital admission and quickly decide on a treatment strategy. Researchers used data from more than 100,000 heart failure patients to develop a risk model after analyzing 33,046 hospitalizations. The overall mortality r...

Older Breast Cancer Patients Can Be Effectively Treated With Chemotherapy

...searchers conclude saying that based on their data clinicians should be encouraged to offer healthy older patients participation in newer trials....

Early detection of bed sores possible

New research can now help the clinicians to predict which wounds like bedsores// are likely to turn chronic. Bed sores, also known as pressure sores or pressure ulcers, affect people mostly when they are lying on their beds in the hospital or at home without much movements. Bedsores arise ...

Screening For Prostate Cancer May Reduce Mortality Rate

...What usually happens with tests like these is that clinicians tend to be very supportive while public health people tend to be more cautious," says Kopec. "The clinical members of our study team feel that these findings are confirming what they had believed all along; we were a bit more surprised. A 35 per cent...

High-Dosage of Epirubicin and Cyclophosphamide may cause AML

...sk ratio," the authors conclude, "and patients and clinicians can be reassured that the risk of leukemia is likely to be low if the cumulative doses of these regimens are not exceeded."...

Guide for physicians launched to help them identify alcohol disorders

...neral practitioners but also for the mental health clinicians as well. Often alcoholism is associated with mental health problems and is diagnosed by the mental health medical professionals first. Reference: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, press release, July 2005...

Elderly Women Remain At Risk From Hypertension

...sive individuals, Lloyd-Jones said. In addition, clinicians may be reluctant to treat older patients as aggressively, because of perceived lower benefits or possible increased risk of side effects. Source: Newswise Medindia on Hypertension: Further information Hypertension: This means high blood press...

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