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New Zealand Authorities Concerned With Overcrowding in Hospitals

... thorough review of the hospital procedures. The failings that the report notes add weight to the family's c...to call for blood tests. The report blames these failings on overcrowding. It adds that Carroll would have probably received similar care in any major Emergen...

Prison Healthcare Continues to Fail Despite Emergency Measures, Warns BMA

... after release Added together, this catalogue of failings is preventing rehabilitation and making it more likely that prisoners will re-offend after their release Dr Clare Jenkins, chairman of the BMAs Civil and Public Services Committee said: The Government must provide a set of concrete and long term ...

New Research to Make Science and Technology Work for the Poor

...disciplinary solutions. Recent examples of these failings include the UNs polio eradication programme in Nigeria which backfired because Muslims believed vaccination was a ploy to inject people with anti-fertility drugs. Polio is now resurgent in Nigeria; Gambian President Yahya Jammeh's claims to cure AIDS...

Officials Indicted for Allowing a Fast Food Joint Teeming With Rats in New York to Function

...n the department, it has been stated. There were failings of personnel, policy and practice, New York Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas R. Frieden said. "We have identified weaknesses in our system for handling restaurant complaints and combating rodent infestations," Frieden said. A spokesperson said "a l...

Want a Good Night’s Sleep- Maternity Nurses to the Rescu

...ut vital information on baby care. Yet, alleged failings by the NHS were not the only reason why women would consider opting for the aid of a maternity nurse. The survey also found that 30 per cent of fathers did not get up in the night to deal with their crying baby in the first six weeks out of hospital,...

New Approach Needed To Restore Faith in Pharmaceutical Industry

...roduced by Merck and Co. Inc., has highlighted the failings of the current system, which can be open to abuse. Vioxx (rofecoxib) was introduced in 1999 as an effective, safer alternative to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) for the treatment of pain associated with osteoarthritis. It was subse...

Mental Health Package Regrettably Undervalues the Role of the GP

...le time convincing the Government of the package’s failings but they are yet to respond with changes. “Significant numbers of people are cared for with mental illness in the community by GPs because of the absence of in-patient and support services. “We have warned that a package that offers so much will ...

Maternal deaths due to poor working practices

...ies of this nature happening again." A record of failings including poor working practices and quality of care was found by an investigation in the North West London Hospitals NHS Trust. According to the commission, the hospital failed to diagnose and treat when a woman’s condition changed suddenly. The j...

Influenza Guidelines of Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong applauded by experts

... be modified as capacity grows," they said. Same failings were found in the contingency plans in Europe and Asia. "Most plans did not adequately address operational responsibility at the local level; logistical aspects of vaccination and antiviral stockpiling, distribution and delivery; or the maintenance...

Health Experts Shocked As 11-year-old Girl To Be UK's Youngest Mother

... "I hope that this incident will draw attention to failings that have allowed such a young girl to go on a night out, get drunk, get pregnant, yet seemingly be ignorant about the risks and consequences," said Nanette Milne MSP....

Relapse in Risk Management System Claims the Life of Robertson

... to the notice of the common man that how official failings led to a man being bludgeoned to death by a psychiatric patient// with a history of violence. Stuart Robertson was killed by James Smith, who was on conditional discharge from Leverndale Hospital in Glasgow, in October 2004. This report mainly gives ...

Indian Doctor In Britain Warned For Refusing Treatment

...aring issued Chandra a further warning, saying his failings were a "significant departure" from standards. --Edited IANS...

Researchers Question The Effectiveness Of Homeopathic Remedies

...y’s lack of benefit, and with themselves about the failings of modern medicine to address patients’ needs for personalized care.” Source: Newswise, TheLancet...

SARS outbreaks contained

... the virus, cases began to soar in April following failings in the island's health care system. Misdiagnosis of cases and the failure to quarantine infected patients were two key factors that led to Taiwan becoming the world's number three SARS hotspot. Since the introduction of tighter health measures the i...

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