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Suspected Human Infection of Birdflu Reported in Vietnam

...s Vietnam, where 93 human bird flu cases have been registered and the death toll hit 42. Vietnam suffered damage worth $200 million, as over 40 million domestic birds died of the virus or were culled. Japan, the European Union, and the World Bank pledged in April to allocate $35 million for Vietnam to fight ...

Better Working Conditions for Nurses Might Decrease Patient Infections

...ith high nurse staffing levels (the average was 17 registered nurse hours per patient day) had a lower incidence of infections. Higher levels of overtime hours were associated with increased rates of infection and skin ulcers. On average nurses worked overtime 5.6 percent of the time. These findings, reported...

Is Presumed Consent the Answer to Organ Shortages?

...pulation support organ donation, yet only 23% have registered their wish to donate, writes Veronica English, Deputy Head of Medical Ethics at the British Medical Association. Research indicates that countries with presumed consent have 25-30% higher donation rates than those with informed consent. So by chang...

British Doctors Want Indian Immigrants Screened for TB

...en they arrived at an airport or port or when they registered with a general practitioner. Students coming to Britain should also be tested. Cases of TB in Britain rose by 11 percent between 2004 and 2005....

Online Education Program Better Source of Information for Patients

...failure (HF), high cholesterol or hypertension who registered to use Heart Profilers were invited to answer an I...he Heart Profiler questionnaire (users), those who registered but did not complete it (registrants) and a control sample of non-users with one of the five heart c...

TB Patients in Marginalised Groups Need Social Support for Effective Medical Treatment

... 13 per cent had no income. * 16 per cent werent registered with a family doctor, 13 per cent were seeking asylum and 16 per cent did not speak English as their first language. * More than a third anticipated problems taking their medicine and 30 per cent had no-one to remind them, suggesting a lack of soci...

Policy Changes Have Direct Effect on Nursing Home Care

..., the average US nursing home had 15 percent fewer registered nurses per resident than nationally recommended, H..., and those with a larger number of beds had fewer registered nurses and total nursing staff per patient. Nursing homes in counties with more elderly residents, m...

Urgent Need for Guidance on Mobile Phone Use in Clinical Care

... a UK clinician may provide a consultation using a registered patients mobile phone unaware that the patient is in another country, where their UK medical credentials are not recognised and legal indemnity is invalid....

Now Viagra Oysters Could Appease Your Appetite and Boost Your Libido!

...trate, the active ingredient in Viagra. May has registered his product as "Viagra Oysters", and estimates that it could be worth 300 million dollars. But his use of the Viagra trademark in his marketing has drawn the fury of pharmaceutical giant Pfizer and state food authorities. Law firm Baker & McKen...

China Repudiates Warning on Its Toothpaste

... toothpaste exported to the United States had been registered by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for marketing in the States." Diethylene glycol, is an indispensable part of the modern world, an industrial solvent and prime ingredient in some antifreeze. But it could also be a killer. Reports suggest that...

Health Ministers Meeting on Polio Eradication Today

...h 54 cases were reported from Nigeria, while India registered 31 cases. The polio drive has been intensified following suggestions of the India Expert Advisory Group on Polio in December 2006. The ministry plans to control the virus from circulating during its peak season of September-November. Last year, ...

Asthmatics Arrived in Hyderabad to Take Fish Medicine

...id over 8,000 advance bookings through tokens were registered till Wednesday. The distribution of the drug will begin at 9.10 p.m. Friday and continue the next day. The organizers said the administration of the drug would continue till the last patient was served. About 300 members of Bathini Goud family and ...

Whooping Cough Spreads from a Massachusetts Hospital

...the desk marked Infection Control. They were to be registered and given information on pertussis and the antibiotic. Hospital officials stressed they were being extremely cautious about the possible spread of whooping cough. Pertussis is transmitted by coughing during the first two weeks of symptoms, said Dr....

Maninder Singh Hospitalised After Suicide Attempt

...the Narcotics Branch of Delhi Police. A case was registered against Singh, who played for India in the 1980s before retiring in 1993, for allegedly consuming drugs....

Maninder Says Wrist Injuries Were Sustained Accidentally

...Gagan Apartments flat in Preet Vihar. A case was registered against Singh, who played for India in the 1980s before retiring in 1993, for allegedly consuming drugs....

New 'green' Pyre to Cool Planet While Burning India's Dead

...d. Mokshda hopes its projects will eventually be registered under the Kyoto Protocol's clean development mecha...a third of the 674 carbon credit schemes currently registered are located in India, producing about 15 percent of the mechanism's certified emissions reductions. ...

Police Recover Remains of Fetuses from Haryana Maternity Home

...eceived complaints from locals. The police have registered a case and are in the look out for the owner of the clinic who is absconding. "We sealed nursing home. The signature of Dr. A.K. Singh was required but he was not available and now a search has started. Cases under Section 420, 417, 312 and 313 ha...

The Long Wait ... Dying for Lack of Kidneys

...lants, and even in wealthier Europe, 10 deaths are registered daily for want of a donor. With demand outstrippin...d AFP. Only one out of a million people there is a registered donor. According to worldwide data collected by AFP, kidneys far and away top the transplant wish-li...

Quack of Gurgaon Confesses of Aborting 250 Female Fetuses

... possession of spurious drugs. Now a case has been registered against him under provisions of the Indian Penal Code, including cheating, and the Medical Council Act," Dhawan said. The clinic has been sealed....

Hillary Clinton Speaks Up Strongly for Stem Cell Research

...ush. Steve Walter, father of Alex, said he is a registered Republican but supports Clinton because he is frustrated with the Bush administration's stance on stem cell research. His son has endured 10 to 12 blood tests a day and about 100 insulin injections a month since being diagnosed at age 4. "This is n...

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