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New test for heart attack

.... But this test may take several hours and maybe a formal hospital admission in order to find out the cause.// According to Doctors in Texas, a new and more rapid way of diagnosing a heart attack is very effective and is to be implemented. They do a blood test for three cardiac enzymes - troponin 1, creati...

Anthrax drug doxycycline could stunt fetal growth

...el and stunting bone growth, the CDC warned. No formal studies have been conducted on how Cipro affects pregnancy, but the CDC said the drug is unlikely to pose a substantial risk. Doctors can also consider amoxicillin, a relative of penicillin....

Toddlers stressed out

...n improving the abilities of children entering the formal years of learning at primary school, the National Association of Primary Education has cautioned that "a lowering of the standards achieved in primary education could well result".// Giving the example of learning a nursery rhyme as an activity tha...

Pregnancy should not be confined

...n previously recommended. Until now, there were no formal recommendations on flying during pregnancy.// Most airlines in the United States allow women to travel until they are about 9 months pregnant, but international airlines prohibit women from flying after 35 weeks of pregnancy. In the absence of med...

Nurses save more lives

...ed practical nurses (LPN) generally have a year of formal training but no degree. Nursing aides often have minimal training. In some of the most striking findings, medical patients with the greatest proportion of RN care - relative to LPNs and aides - were 9 percent less likely to suffer shock or cardiac a...

New FDA regulations puts some cough syrups off market

...fenesin allowed to sell unless its competitors won formal approval. The FDA has given these companies time till end of November to pull their brands of extended-release guaifenesin off the market....

Don’t Blame the High Heels

...time of wearing high heels may be to blame. Little formal research exists, however, to confirm that theory. For this study researchers compared 29 women between ages 50 and 70 who were awaiting knee replacement surgery with 82 similarly aged women without knee problems. All were questioned about past knee...

Radiation Exposure Found To Affect Intellect Later In Life

...opment.” Thus researchers conclude that although formal diagnostic protocols do not advocate computed tomography in cases of minor head injuries, clinical practice dictated by legal and financial considerations does not always adhere to these protocols....

Risks Of An Enlarged Heart

...myopathy, can be seen on an electrocardiogram, but formal diagnosis requires more specialized imaging. Treatment to correct this abnormal heart condition includes medication, surgery or a defibrillator, a tool that automatically delivers an electric shock when an abnormal heart rhythm develops. At present...

Understanding The Harmful Effects Of Radiation Exposure

...opment.” Thus researchers conclude that although formal diagnostic protocols do not advocate computed tomography in cases of minor head injuries, clinical practice dictated by legal and financial considerations does not always adhere to these protocols....

Prostate Cancer Treatment Can Increase The Risk For Osteoporosis

...eat the condition. Thus researchers say a lack of formal guidelines on the treatment of osteoporosis among men on ADT may be to blame for the dismal findings....

Infants going to day-care may have lower risk of leukemia

...f cancer were related to those suffering from ALL, formal day-care center seems to act as a protective factor against onset of ALL....

Detecting DNA Damage With In-Vivo Alkaline Comet Assay

...ll division. There is a positive movement towards formal regulatory acceptance of the assay, which has resulted in increasing demand for the in vivo Comet assay. In response to this demand, RCC Cytotest Cell Research has established and validated protocols for different cell types. In order to make a com...

FDA To Set New Guidelines To Revise Drug Companies Marketing Tactics

... issue. Such sessions typically serve as the first formal step in setting new rules. FDA says it is also likely to consider whether drug advertisements provide balanced information about the risks and benefits of specific medications and also look into certain areas to see if it needs to adjust any current ...

Researchers Feel The Need For Standards Of Practice In Immunoglobulin Therapy

...en as the use of IVIG therapy continues to expand, formal consensus is lacking within the medical community on the appropriate dosing and frequency of IVIG, according to the authors of the article. The infusion therapy nursing specialists who authored the Journal of Infusion Nursing article, titled, "Devel...

Resident Physicians Need More Preparations To Treat Patients From Different Cultures

...s and to determine whether they reported receiving formal training and evaluation in cross-cultural care during their residency. To accomplish this, surveys were mailed in 2003 to approximately 3,500 residents in 7 specialties in their final year of training at major U.S. teaching hospitals. Responses were...

Indian Psychiatrist in UK Accused of plagiarism

...agazine's publisher, Wiley Interface Ltd, issued a formal retraction in the September edition of the journal, saying it sincerely regretted what had occurred. When approached by the Guardian, Persaud said: "I am happy to apologise for the error, which occurred whereby when I cut and pasted the original co...

Canada Needs More Doctors To Deal With A Pandemic

...s physicians and the people. There appear to be no formal plans for the doctors when an epidemic// breaks out, according to the College of Family Physicians. Public health emergency is sought to be made an election issue by the officials of the college. The people will gain more confidence if the politic...

Medical Legacy of Doctor Franklin

... and statesman.// Franklin though not having any formal medical education has contributed a lot to prevent...riod where there were colonial healers with little formal medical training. Franklin was different from other colonials as he practiced medicine with clinical...

Details of Cosmetic Surgery in a Special Website.

...rgeons, said that those clinicians who do not have formal qualifications in aesthetic surgery and still practicing it will not be allowed to do so. People practicing before 2002 will continue practicing without any interruptions. This is due to the reason that all the practioners from 2002 will be listed in...

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