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New swift therapy limits stroke damage

...ent even reaches hospital. The study has been done thanks to a unique partnership between the University and local paramedics. Twenty patients presenting with stroke symptoms between a couple of months were treated by paramedics with magnesium sulphate, under the direction of University physicians. Follow...

New operation for kidney cancer

... patients have had no recurrence of their disease, thanks to a new procedure. Researchers at the University of Mississippi have developed a new operation for kidney cancer, called interventional-MRI renal cryosurgery. //The procedure relies on magnetic resonance imaging to guide a surgical probe while remov...

Home care aids in lung disease

...the home group had learned how to inhale properly, thanks to nurse education, compared to 50 per cent of controls. The home care treatment reduced costs by 38 per cent - since these patients spent less time in hospital. What is more, the patients did not even require their full entitlement of care - most ...

Easier Dialysis for Kids

...ke a little mini-hospital room," says Megan. Now, thanks to a new, smaller machine, it looks like a little girl’s room again. "The current machine is a major advance in home peritoneal dialysis. It’s very portable, so it allows the family to engage in pretty normal family activities." It can also deliver...

Urine Test for Kidney Cancer

...ther the mass is cancerous. That could soon change thanks to research at the Fox Chase Cancer Center. "This study was therefore designed to help distinguish, preoperatively, which tumors will be benign and which will be malignant based upon a simple test that can be done within the urine," explains Dr. Uzzo...

Drop in Worldwide Measles deaths by 40%

...matic decline in measles deaths hyas been possible thanks to the commitment of many governments to fully implement the WHO/UNICEF strategy and initiative for sustainable measles mortality reduction. The report mentioned that measles had so far been an important cause of childhood deaths. It was only a de...

AIDS Stats From Hilly State Of Uttaranchal

...ltation centres and many NGOs working in the state thanks to the grant of 3.26 Crores for managing and creating awareness about the disease. Mr.Behad revealed that out of thirteen districts in the state at least ten are vulnerable to AIDS. He added that out of 48 AIDS patients 28 belonged to Uttaranchal,...

Colgate To Develop Anti-Cancer Toothpastes And Mouthwashes

...emerging as one of the leading cancers n the world thanks to the killer called Tobacco. Smoking and other factors like chronic trauma do play a large part, but tobacco remains the number 1 culprit. Molecular therapies are emerging technologies that have the potential to fight cancers on the molecular level,...

Co-infection of Two genetic diseases makes them susceptible to malaria

...f malaria and its mosquito carrier. For example, thanks to the genome sequence, researchers now have in their hands powerful "gene chips" that contain the entire malaria genome and can be used to quickly screen parasites for evidence of virulence or drug resistance, or to uncover how they have evolved to ...

Scientists Seek New Ways To Grow Hair On Bald Pates

...und with hundreds more hairs than they had before, thanks to an early test of what's been called hair cloning. An American outfit hopes to start testing a similar approach next year. Other scientists are tracking down genes that make some men susceptible to hair loss, and struggling to understand the myste...

Mughal era 'Hamams' and hospital discovered at Fatehpur Sikri

...or Akbar's dream city, has come up some new finds, thanks to the labourious// excavatory work of the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). According to Munazar Ali, a monument conservation assistant, the remains of three...

HIV transmission to children's must be prevented in Africa

...ther of two HIV negative healthy childrens. Auwalu thanks the internet and the help of her friend which helped her to give birth to healthy children's. Auwalu as started a Non-Governmental Organization which gives information about transmission of HIV and the ways by which transmission of virus from mother ...

Radiologists Find New CT Scans Useful

... devices to produce more information. All this is thanks largely to computed tomography (CT) scanners, which are becoming the cornerstone of any hospital's radiology department, according to Michael Vannier, professor of radiology at the University of Chicago Hospital. --Edited (IANS)...

Colour Identification Lies Wholly On the Left Hemisphere of the Brain.

...uare in the lower left can be spotted more quickly thanks to a little help from the language centre of the brain. The researchers say this is because the colour blue has a distinct name, and so the language-loving left hemisphere could perceive the colour difference faster than it could a square with a diff...

Blood-Less Surgeries Being Now Offered In Hospitals

...now provided in certain hospitals to more patients thanks to the advances in equipment and changes in protocols. Many states have bloodless surgery centres or hospitals that perform no-transfusion surgery for Jehovah's Witnesses, who believe the Bible forbids transfusions, but do not do so for the general p...

Intractable Seizures Can Be Handled By A Three-Stage Brain Operation, Neurosurgeon

...ures and his development has improved dramatically thanks to a bold three-stage brain operation being performed at NYU Medical Center by pediatric neurosurgeon Howard Weiner, M.D., Associate Professor of Neurosurgery and Pediatrics at New York University School of Medicine. This child’s case study is part...

New Home New Blessings

... the bathroom, asking for ‘good health and to give thanks for sanitation’. In the kitchen the vicar will pray ‘O Lord, to all who shall work in this room that, in serving others, they may serve you and share in your perfect service and that in the noise and clutter of the kitchen they may possess you in tr...

A Revolutionary New Treatment For Cancer Available In Australia

...imagine as she has been told she's clear of cancer thanks to the revolutionary treatment. Doctors do warn that it's not a cure for everyone, and will need to be backed up with chemotherapy. But still to Dr Pavlakis feels that, this is a wonderful tool to have, to be able to potentially cure people or at lea...

Unnecessary Catheterization Puts Elderly Patients at Risk

...pitals, which has become much more common recently thanks to interventions that encourage hospital staff to modify their behavior,’ he says. ‘We need very obvious approaches that will get people to think three times before placing the catheter – and once it's in, to think how quickly they can get it out....

Administering Polio No Mean Task In U P

...tion to pulse polio drive in this industrial city, thanks to lack of awareness and rumour mongering, was giving a hard time to Uttar Pradesh health department staff who had to face the ire of ignorant villagers. // The health department staff who went door-to-door to administer polio on May 21 were either...

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