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Young Babies at Risk of 'sudden Death' Syndrome While Seated: Study

...ended that parents not let very young babies sleep unattended in standard car safety seats. They examined the cases of 43 local babies who had turned "blue" from lack of oxygen and had needed medical attention. Nine of these infants had been restrained in a car safety seat that was suitable for their age. ...

Ban on Smoking is Not a Magic Wand to Reduce Health Inequalities, UK Campaigners Warn

...working by myself, I can't afford to leave the bar unattended while I nip out for a smoke," he explains. "I don't really have a choice." But that is not the point. Not all his customers are so keen: "Some have told me that they will go round each other's houses instead of coming here. I expect a couple of cl...

Babies can Choke While Sleeping in Car Seats.

Leaving babies unattended in standard car safety seats can harm the child as it may cause breathing problems//, according to a recent study. A study conducted on 43 children suffering with Hypoxia by Researchers at the University of Auckland in New Zealand showed 90% of them...

Bribery has Claimed the Life of a Newborn in Madhya Pradesh

... When I expressed helplessness, she left the child unattended and he died due to excessive bleeding from the cord," Milan told a television channel. "It would have been better if I had taken my wife to a midwife. My child wouldn't have died then," he rued. Reacting to the news, the hospital's civil surgeon...

£300,000 Compensation For Family After Death Of Daughter Following Deliver

...ement. It further added that blood loss was left unattended to as a result of poor co-operation and communication between the specialist team, resulting in death of the 24-year old mother. Though Mrs. Harris, who now lives with her daughter's two children at Cwmavon, Port Talbot, accepted the settlement, sh...

Researchers Hopeful About Vaccine For Leishmaniasis

...iated with a significant risk of mortality if left unattended to. Despite the best efforts of the World Health Organization, no vaccine has been developed so far. The lack of proper available treatment for the disease has made the design of a safe and effective vaccine the utmost priority of the WHO. The curr...

Blood Pressure To Be Taken After Patients Settle Down: Nurse’s Stud

...m stroke and cardiovascular complications, if left unattended to. A difference in the blood pressure by a margin of 14 points or so can mark the difference between an inaccurate diagnosis and a clean bill of health. This first ever study conducted by nurses challenges the traditional approach to measuring blo...

Protective Protein Could Hold The Key In Fight Against Tuberculosis

...ld spread the problem across the American soil, if unattended to. One of the main challenges in successful treatment of TB is encouraging patients to strictly adhere to the complete course of treatment, without interruption. When the patients do not stick to their drug regime, the TB bacterium learns to outwi...

Patients Left Helpless As Mumbai Doctors Strike Continues

...ace," added Jadhav. Patients could be seen lying unattended in the corridors of many hospitals as the striking doctors shouted slogans denouncing the government. --Edited IANS...

Unhealthy Gums Increase Risk Of Premature Delivery

... The bacteria that infect the oral cavity, if left unattended can invade the blood stream, causing inflammation of other tissues present in the body. In addition, it can also elicit a drastic immune response that could affect other parts of the body. One surprising finding in this regard is that poor oral hygie...

Happiness in the wake of quake: 7,000 births every month

...to see only a female doctor. So there are a lot of unattended health problems.” He has said that the proposed deadline of March 31 was no deadline for vacating tents but it was a voluntary act. “A couple of months ago we feared a second wave of deaths. It has not happened but we remain vigilant,” said Vandemo...

Junior Doctors Put An End To Strike

...ffect on the agitating junior doctors. At least 10 unattended patients were reported to have died during the course of the present agitation. Many other patients had to be shifted to other hospitals as senior faculty members were unable to run the wards in the absence of junior doctors. According to police, ...

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