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Forcible Detention and Isolation Needed for XDR-TB Patients, warn Experts

...ld Health Organization has called for the world to prioritise XDR-TB on par with bird flu and recommended governments in impoverished sub-Saharan Africa to develop one strategy to deal with the twin challenges of HIV and TB. Although South African law permits enforced isolation some lawyers say it comes into ...

200 Cattle Dead in Zimbabwe Due to Anthrax

...y. 'We want to continue urging the government to prioritise the procurement of vaccines so that we can contain the anthrax outbreak. We are deeply worried by the continued death of cattle from the disease and more importantly owing to an acute shortage of vaccines,'the governor said. Indeed, the authorities...

Declining Incidence of stroke in Australia

...blem for Australians, which highlights the need to prioritise preventative strategies. These results are testament to the advances in approaches to prevention and management of stroke, including a more consistent range of health services available to the community. These results provide positive feedback on suc...

GP's discontented with 48-hour target

...l that these targets have reduced their ability to prioritise the patient according to the clinical needs. It ...access target because it does not allow doctors to prioritise their patients on the basis of need, particularly at busy times. "If you have to make more appointme...

Health Minister Praises Efforts By NHS In Reducing Patient Waiting Time

... times has led to management asking consultants to prioritise operations on wisdom teeth over treatment for cancer patients. Andy Kerr, has called for an inquiry into the allegations and described any such request by management as "outrageous"....

Home Birth Babies on the Rise

...e to 10% by 2007 is providing a clear incentive to prioritise extending the choice of place of birth. Due to this there is an increase in midwives and midwifery students now, compared to 1997....

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