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Oracle Corp. to help build world's first "Digital Hospital"

...fully completed by 2003. From the moment a patient registers at the hospital, every blood test and MRI will be recorded in a central patient record, and pharmacy visits will be tracked. All charting will be done at the patient's bedside, "getting the nurses' back to the patient's side" and making doctors more ...

Intense Fight Against Polio In India Gets Results

Uttar Pradesh, the largest state of India, registers its win against polio as the number of cases //reported this year is only 12 as against the 1242 reported in the year 2002. UNICEF, and an army of health workers from the government, and voluntary organizations of the country are leading the war ag...

Anxiety Can Increase The Risk Of Attempting Suicide In Men

...alth of the interviewees, by checking the national registers for deaths and hospital admissions. During the five-year monitoring period, 1025 people died. Those who reported severe problems were twice as likely to die, and between three and four times as likely to be admitted to hospital with mental health pr...

Female Ratio Drops Alarmingly In Himachal Due To Feticides

...icted so far. The hill state of Himachal Pradesh registers an estimated 7,500 female feticides every year, taking its gender ratio among the lowest in the country. Even more shocking is the fact that there has been only one case of conviction for the crime. "Around 7,500 female feticides are carried out in...

Phase 1 Drug Trials on Humans to Be Made Public

...healthy humans are to be registered on independent registers as soon as they begin. Though this decision is not been made legal but it is to spark mixed reaction among the researchers. Such measures would avoid the near fatal outcome in the UK due to the early trial of TGN1412, an experimental drug that caus...

Clinical Trials Involving Humans Should Be Registered: WHO

...ll registers. Currently, there are several hundred registers around the world but there is little coordination ... them. The platform seeks to bring participating registers together in a global network to provide a single point of access to information stored in them. So...

Premature Birth Could Lead to ADHD

...ADHD. Researchers used data from Danish national registers to compare the risk of ADHD or the related hyperkinetic disorder and preterm birth in 834 children with the conditions and 20,100 controls. In addition it was found that babies born at term yet only weighing between 1.5kg to 2.5kg at birth had 90%...

IT for General Practitioners

... accessing online decision support and maintaining registers of patients, is likely to lead to additional health gains, especially in managing chronic conditions," say the authors. In a related article in the MJA, Dr Justin Tse of the Royal Melbourne Hospital Clinical School suggests a program of change mana...

Presence of Pesticides and Metals in Fruits and Vegetable

...uted under Section 5 of the Insecticides Act, 1968 registers pesticides only after satisfying itself regarding their efficacy and safety.// Toxicity and residues data generated under supervised trials is analyzed and used to fix Maximum Residue Limits (MRLs) by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare under the...

Ray of Hope for Women on Motherhood Day

...t's increasing "mother friendly" policies. India registers one of the highest number of maternal deaths in the world - a whopping 70,000 per year. But Gogoi, the national coordinator of WRA, says even the slow decline in numbers provides a ray of hope. "If you compare the Sample Registration Survey (SRS) d...

Study Shows Hope for Early Diagnosis of Alzheimer's

...ERP of a person without Alzheimer’s, that response registers a peak, the P300, about 300 milliseconds after the “oddball” tone. People with dementia, particularly Alzheimer’s, may exhibit that peak much later than 300 milliseconds, show a much weaker peak or have no peak at all, according to Polikar. Kounios s...

Precancerous Blood Donors Do Not Pass on the Disease

...between 1968 and 2002 from computerized blood bank registers in Denmark and Sweden, including information on 1.13 million blood donors and 1.31 million blood transfusion recipients. Out of the more than 350,000 recipients included in the final analysis, just over 12,000 (3%) were exposed to blood products fr...

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