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Mayo Clinic Physicians Have Adapted Real-time 3-D Ultrasound Imaging Devices

.... Their presentations at scientific meetings and publications in peer-reviewed journals have informed other physicians worldwide into how this next-era ultrasound imaging technology may assist in peripheral nerve block placement -- the technique of disabling targeted nerves so that a patient doesnt feel pain fr...

Autism Case Hearing Still to Produce Clinching Evidence on Vaccine Linkage

... other injuries. Aposhian, who has more than 100 publications on heavy metal poisoning to his name, is hard of hearing and was obstreperous at times during his cross-examination on Monday. For example, he insisted that in vitro studies were nearly always reproducible in animals, and that animal studies were nea...

LCA Hails Congressional Front Against Pink Camel Cigarette Campaign

...ntatives, was mailed today to eleven major women's publications including Cosmopolitan, Elle, Glamour, Vogue and W. "There is nothing fashionable about lung cancer," said Fenton-Ambrose, who pointed out that most women do not even know lung cancer is killing nearly twice as many women as breast cancer. "It is n...

Drag Dad to the Doctor This Father's Day

...DA's consumer membership, such as discounts on ADA publications including cookbooks, meal planners, lifestyle guides, and videos; and updates on the latest diabetes research news; access to diabetes support and information. Furthermore, as a subscriber he will receive ADA's Annual Resource Guide for Diabetes Supp...

Life After Death: Organ Donation

...audience of his pledge for eye donation. Three publications of MOHAN Foundation were also released during the function. The publications included the 24 th Issue of Indian Transplant Newsletter, Diet for Kidney Failure and Transplantatio...

Hospital Errors Rise 3 Percent -- HealthGrades Patient-safety Study

... The study says, "Despite the flurry of research, publications and process improvement activity that has occurred since the IOM report there is a growing consensus that not much progress has been made leading to a visible national impact. Our findings support this consensus. However, our findings also support th...

Solutions Possible for Providing Water and Sanitation in Poor Urban Settlements, Says WaterAid

...CM inaugurated a photo exhibition and released WAI publications that focused on the theme of the celebrations. Her address emphasized on the need to change our consumption patterns if we are to avoid being in trouble in the next 15 to 20 years. “Delhi uses 256 liters of water per capita per day”, she said, “one o...

Erectile Dysfunction in Diabetes Due to Defect in the NO Mechanisms

...ive Physiology, one of 11 peer-reviewed scientific publications issued monthly by The American Physiological Society (APS) (www.The-APS.org). Background Sexual dysfunction is a well-recognized consequence of diabetes mellitus in men. Erectile dysfunction, retrograde ejaculation and the loss of seminal emission...

Flies too Have Immune Memory!

... stirs up the field of insect immunology. Existing publications about the fruit fly's immune system explicitly state that it has no memory, and no ability to make specific long-term changes prompted by its exposure to pathogens. Because immune memory was defined as nonexistent, no one ever did the experiment to q...

New Study Suggests Special Cocoa may Lead to Sustained Improvement in Blood Vessel Function

... evidenced by more than 100 peer-reviewed research publications on cocoa and more than 30 patents held by Mars scientists – numbers that dwarf the combined research efforts of all other companies in this promising area of health science. Scientists at Mars, Incorporated developed a patented process called Cocoapr...

Susceptibility to TB is High Among the Smokers

...the association between smoking and TB. Six of the publications dealt with the risk for TB infection, 13 with active TB disease and five with death from TB. Across the studies, individuals who smoked had a 73 percent increased risk of becoming infected with tuberculosis and were more than twice as likely to dev...

Malaria Network Gets 49bn from Bill Gates

...t fostering and promoting discussion, research and publications that highlight African perspectives. Dr Wanga said the project would focus on strengthening HRE review processes across sub-Saharan Africa, particularly in institutions undertaking, or about to undertake, malaria intervention trials. `The worseni...

Tanzania: African Malaria Institute Gets $4 Million for Health Research

...sed to foster and promote discussion, research and publications that highlight African perspectives. AMANET's communications officer, Mr. Charles Wanga told Business Week in Dar es Salaam last week that the grant secured from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation would focus on HRE review process across the su...

Women’s Health Takes the Spotlight in Ma

...healthresearch.org. The Society’s “Just the Facts” publications outline sex differences between women and men in a wide range of areas. There are fact sheets tailored for both consumers and clinicians. The Organization for the Study of Sex Differences (OSSD), which was launched last fall by the Society for Wom...

FDA Finds Animal Cloned Food to Be Safe

...ary Medicine, said the agency analyzed hundreds of publications and other studies on the health and food composition of clones and clones' offspring. A group of independent scientific experts in cloning and animal health reviewed the draft risk assessment. The document presents an overview of reproductive metho...

Dermatologists Provide Unique Evidence of Possible Cause of Rare Skin Condition

...n a typical MRI test,” explained Dr. High. “Recent publications have suggested an association between exposure to gadolinium and the development of NSF/NFD, and our pilot study was designed to determine whether gadolinium was detected within the skin and soft tissue of patients with the disease who were exposed t...

Genetic 'Roadmap' Charts Links Between Drugs and Human Disease

... the September 29 issue of Science and in separate publications in the September 28 immediate early edition of Cancer Cell. The three papers show the map’s ability to accurately predict the molecular actions of novel therapeutic compounds and to suggest ways that existing drugs can be newly applied to treat disea...

New Studies Show The Efficacies Of Virtual Realities Vis-à-vis Pai

...ny more activities. In this study, peer-reviewed publications on ADTs and pain have been reviewed to determine the clinical effectiveness and importance of using these techniques as analgesic. The results suggest that the ADTs can significantly reduce the pain associated with medical treatment. The use of analg...

Cardiogenic Shock is the Leading Cause of Death for Heart Attack Patients

...ients. The change was in response to a number of publications that suggested bias by New York physicians against doing invasive procedures in these highest risk patients. One study by Dr. Hochman and colleagues from Albert Einstein College of Medicine and New England Research Institutes showed that shock patien...

Joint Research by IIT-K and GSVM

...faculty, laboratories, library materials, research publications and to exchange information relating to developments in teaching and researches. Promoting the generation of research funds through multi-dimension collaborative research grant application are also some of the terms of the agreement. The MoU sign...

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