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Snake venom a treatment for digestive disease

...onal comparisons with other animals and the latest computerized informatics research. Qun-Yong Zhou, assistant professor of pharmacology, and his colleagues found that the prokineticin proteins controlled movement of muscles in the intestines of guinea pigs. These muscles regulate the movement of food through t...

Vacuum device increase breasts

....// The domes are connected to a battery operated, computerized vacuum device. Skipping even a day adds a week to the treatment. However, the device does seem to be a viable alternative to surgery for women who want bigger breasts, according to Dr. Richard J. Greco, of the Georgia Institute for Plastic Surgery i...

New method of measuring arterial stiffness in elderly hypertensives

...e "arterial stiffness index", which is measured by computerized oscillometry at the upper arm. The researchers from the Osaka University Medical School in Japan studied 42 patients, 26 of whom were over 60 years of age. They evaluated arterial stiffness index// and compared it with other methods of evaluating art...

New virtual colonoscopy procedure for easier colon screening

... Michigan have been using. This procedure// allows computerized scanning of the colon which is more comfortable fo... the patient. The patient is made to lie down in a computerized tomography (CT) scanner while a small probe is inserted into the rectum so that the colon can be inf...

Reducing Medication Errors

...s. A new study led by researchers at Ottawa, shows computerized systems for ordering medications can reduce the nu...ee-times more likely in children than adults. The computerized process was used on two medical wards and compared with hand-written orders on one medical and two s...

Treating Stroke Patients in Rural Areas

...me. The neurologists also have immediate access to computerized tomography (CT) scan images taken to help pinpoint the cause or location of a stroke. The study found no significant difference in the diagnosis and subsequent treatment recommendations made by neurologists in person and those made via the REACH sys...

More Errors From Computerized Prescriptions

It was thought that computerized prescription could be used to avoid medical mistakes, but now it seems computerized prescription systems // may lead to even more errors. It is known that adverse drug events injure o...

Early identification of autism possible

...f 24 months. The study had involved development of computerized visual orienting task, standardized measures of temperament, cognitive and language development etc. Autism disorder affects children and hampers their communicative skills, social interactive skills, and ability to develop any interest. Autism is ...

MRI for distinguishing between dementia and Alzheimer’s diseas

...tron emission tomography or single proton emission computerized Tomography that involves injecting the patients with radioactive tracers. These expensive procedures are time consuming as well. The advent of the new technique will not only be non-invasive, but quick and easy way to diagnose the condition of the pa...

Patients In Hospital ICUs At Risk From Medical Errors

...supplemented by confidential incident reporting, a computerized adverse drug event detection monitor and chart reviews. According to the researcher, critical care units provide an increasingly greater proportion of care. “During our lifetimes, we can expect to be admitted to an ICU at least once. We hope these ...

Repeated checking causes memory distrust

...strust results from repeated checking of a virtual computerized stove, researchers from the Department of Psychology, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada asked 50 undergraduate students to repeatedly turn on, turn off and check either a real kitchen stove (relevant checking) or a real kitchen faucet (irrelevan...

Paralyzed Patients Can Be Trained To Walk With Robotic Treadmill

...ers further intend to use single positron emission computerized tomography (SPECT) to evaluate the blood flow to the brain....

New Computerized Imaging Systems Help In Better Dental Treatment Planning

A new technology called the Cone beam computerized tomography (CBCT) is increasingly becoming a potent tool for dentists to diagnose complicated oral problems.// J. Martin Palomo and Mark Hans from the department of orthodontics at the Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine and C...

GP's online referral scheme in UK 'a national IT disaster'

...t referral from a GP in England would go through a computerized 'choose and book' system by the end // of this month. But ministers have admitted that in November - the latest month for which figures are available - barely 2.7 per cent of referrals were booked this way. The Department of Health figures show tha...

A first in Liver Transplant in India – Networking works wel

...erent hospitals in the last 4 to 5 years. It has a computerized registry and has recently been given 100% tax exemption on all donations for such networking activities in different cities. Its counselors are confident that with some awareness on the media about the benefits of organ donation especially after brai...

Detecting Epidemics using statistics

...l combine mathematical and statistical models with computerized medical information for disease outbreak detection and surveillance. This will be very useful to identify hospital-based outbreaks of antimicrobial-resistant infections. The team will make use of the available data from two health plans, Harvard P...

Vaccination Schedules Rates among Canadian Kids Dip Low

...r doctors to implement an in-office system such as computerized health records - that would notify them when a child is behind on vaccinations and arrange for a visit. Langley also said that the responsibility of administering vaccines should be taken over by nurses and the public health should ensure that it is ...

Experienced Physicians Diagnose Heart Disease’s Earlie

...nd internal medicine interns. Phonocardiography, a computerized heart sound analysis, was used as a comparison. About ninety patients between the ages of 24-91 preparing to undergo non-emergency left-sided heart catheterization for a clinical evaluation were enrolled in the study. The phonocardiography detected a...

Innovative solution to help reduce the waiting times for kidney transplants

... they are putting in their best effort to set up a computerized pair registry for the benefit of the patients who are waiting for a kidney transplant....

Dispensing Drug Dosage To Children Through Computers

...s Children’s Center shows that making the dosage a computerized affair could greatly help children and reduce comp...ons as well. An online infusion calculator and a computerized drug ordering system, developed under the leadership of Christoph Lehmann, M.D., director of clinica...

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