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Alarming childhood obesity stats: 1 in 5 pre-schoolers fat

...th lower levels of education and parents with less skilled occupations. But adding that further research is needed she said, "We've known for many years that for adults, especially for women, overweight and obesity is much more prevalent amongst those living in disadvantage. That hasn't been the case for k...

Nurses To Take On More Work Usually Done By GP’

...uled out expanding the scheme to cover more highly skilled nurse practitioners who, unlike practice nurses, can work independently of doctors. Although many nurses work in hospitals, nurse practitioners are very active in rural areas, where they travel extensively and perform tasks such as health examinati...

How Did Early Man Treat Tooth Decay?

...pted to guess that the methodology invented by the skilled artisans to produce beads must have found additional use in drilling teeth. ...

Experienced Physicians Diagnose Heart Disease’s Earlie

...ne researchers have stressed the importance on the skilled usage of the stethoscope. The third heart sound, S3, is a low-pitched vibration that occurs in early diastole. It is present in children and adolescents, and reduces in adulthood. According to Dr.Andrew Michaels, MD, assistant professor of cardiology...

India Can Become Major HIV Drugs Producer

...dent R. Parameswar said the quality of doctors and skilled human resources, both in medicine and pharmaceutical sectors, lend India the potential to produce both original branded drugs and generic drugs for any company in the world. India can also contribute towards developing the second-line ARV drugs, as 1...

South Africa To Recruit Indian Nurses

...poor remuneration has resulted in a mass exodus of skilled and experienced nursing staff from South Africa, especially to Europe and in particular to Britain. One local group, Netcare, is considering an incentive campaign to lure back the South African nursing staff now working in Britain. Edited (IANS)...

Specialist rural GPs to get incentive in Australia

... is no point in producing and maintaining a highly skilled procedural workforce if the rural maternity units or hospitals where they work are closed to save money," he said. "We look for real commitments from our state and territory governments to maintain our small rural hospitals and communities."...

Gujarat Seeks To Scale Down Infant Mortality Rate

...e program, it plans to make its infrastructure and skilled labor available in the far remote tribal areas, and distant seashore settlements where the mortality rate is high. Maternal mortality is considered to be very high in the districts of Kutch, Banaskantha, Sabarkantha, the Panchmahals and Dahod, whic...

Recanalization enables Tsunami mourners to parent again

... involve life threatening situations. But it needs skilled hands and better equipment. We are equipped only for pre and post surgical care here," Tilagam told IANS. While cases of recanalization were very rare prior to tsunami, crave for children and government encouragement have given a sudden rise to ...

Novel Rules And Regulations For Cardiovascular Catheterization Labs.

... College of Medicine in Hershey, PA) and a jury of skilled doctors. Nearly 80% of the SCAI members wanted a change from the existing rules. Dr Chamber and his jury set out mainly to the various Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and has gathered the most relevant information and modified it accordi...

India Needs To Pay More Attention To Detecting Cancer

...cal examination requires vast resources and highly skilled manpower. What we need is a proper attention towards the disease to stop it from becoming pandemic.' Dinshaw said his hospital has initiated a rural outreach programme and the experiences gained in terms of reduction in the incidence and mortality d...

India Can Manage World’s Healthcare Crisis By 202

...velopments. 'India has quality infrastructure and skilled manpower in the health sector. What we need is to develop related fields like roads and proper nursing training and curb malpractices in which the government has a major role to play,' said Naresh Trehan, chairman of IHCF. Trehan, who is also execut...

Outsourcing clinical trials to India

...r to animals. India has a rich man power of very skilled and intelligent research and development scientists and also has a great population of people with many diseases and the non exposure of these people to drugs make them more interesting for the drug companies to test their new drugs. India has 30 m...

The Growing Rise In Clinical Research Could Lead To A Compromise In Quality Of Research And Ethics

...the global clinical research sector because of its skilled manpower and patient pool, but it still needs to iron out some glitches. Although well established companies have a streamlined their protocols for conducting trials, there are some who still need guidelines says Dr Mukherjee and he feels that th...

Indian Hospitals – A Destination For Quality Medical Care

...le rates. This only reflects the global demand for skilled medical professionals that needs immediate attention. Source: Reuters Medindia on health care: Medindia offers health calculators and health utilities these give instant answers to complex health conditions and problems. They are all unique and ...

WHO acts to reduce the maternal death toll

...es that the needs are wide-ranging - from training skilled birth attendants who can help a woman give birth safely, to the very basic issue of recording the cause of a woman's death. WHO estimates that maternal deaths are under-reported by as much as 50% because deaths are not classified correctly, or more o...

Risk of early neonatal death high in infants born in the night

... of death at birth, urging the need for additional skilled and experienced staff for better obstetric and neonatal care during the night. Researchers conducted a population based study of 694,888 vaginal deliveries in Sweden// between 1991 and 1997. Relative risks of intrapartum (death at the time of labour ...

Errors in medication

...ministration systems of the nation's hospitals and skilled nursing facilities have major systems problems....

Nurses save more lives

...d with more registered nurses (RN) the most highly skilled kind - save more lives from deadly complications, ...ctice at some hospitals of replacing RNs with less skilled nursing staff. ``There's a tremendous amount of judgment and understanding of the courses of illnes...

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