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Man Hospitalised in Sicily With Allergic Reaction to Counterfeit Toothpaste

A man was hospitalised in Palermo, Sicily, with an allergic reaction to counterfeit Colgate toothpaste, ANSA reported Wednesday after 20,000 tubes of the substance were confiscated at the weekend. The 30-year-old man, who used the fake Colgate toothpaste, has pustules on his face, the Ital...

Maninder Singh Hospitalised After Suicide Attempt

Former cricketer Maninder Singh was admitted to Shanti Mukund Hospital in East Delhi after he reportedly slashed his wrists in the wee hours of Saturday. He is said to be out of danger, but is still in Intensive Care Unit (ICU). "He had extensive injuries in both the wrists. In t...

Former Chilean Dictator Hospitalised After Heart Attack

Chile's former dictator Augusto Pinochet, 91, suffered a heart attack Sunday and was taken to a military hospital, an official statement said.// A medical bulletin described Pinochet's condition as "serious but stable". It said his heart was not working sufficiently and that his lungs w...

Shehnai Maestro Bismillah Khan Hospitalised

Shehnai maestro Bismillah Khan was hospitalised here Thursday due to extreme weakness following a brief illness.// Khan, 92, had fallen ill about a week ago and was being treated by a private consultant at his residence here. However, he became very weak prompting the attending physici...

One More Succumbs To Gastroenteritis In Mumbai, More People Hospitalised

One more person died of gastroenteritis in the city, talking the toll to three, as more than 200 people were admitted to various hospitals with symptoms of the disease.// "A 24-year-old man from the Khetwadi area of south Mumbai died at the J.J. Hospital Thursday night," director general of he...

3 studies confirm the value of etanercept therapy in treating juvenile idiopathic arthritis

...uding one case of cytomegalovirus infection and three varicella zoster virus (VZV) infections. One patient experienced a serious adverse event and was hospitalised for a necrotising fasciitis during VZV infection. No cases of tuberculosis, opportunistic infections or malignancies were reported. 2. Major improv...

Recognizing signs and symptoms of acute HF

..., in a simple understandable way is essential to ensure early warning and speedy treatment. An American study reported in 2008 found that patients hospitalised with acute heart failure had experienced considerable delays in seeking medical care (with an average delay time of 13.3 hours).3 Male sex, multiple p...

Explaining trends in heart attack

...ention efforts have influenced the incidence of AMI". That the incidence of hospitalised AMI has not similarly declined is explained by the greater sensitivity of d... issue.(2) A cohort study of more than 13,000 residents of Worcester, USA, hospitalised with AMI found that the incidence of cardiogenic shock, the most common com...

Early life infections increase the risk of rheumatoid arthritis and juvenile idiopathic arthritis

...l Congress of the European League Against Rheumatism in Paris, France. Researchers from the Karolinska Institute in Sweden found that infants who were hospitalised for infection before their first birthday had an increased likelihood of developing either juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) or adult rheumatoid art...

Deadly disease eliminated in children under 5 years of age in Uganda

...3 years. The authors say that vaccinating against the bacterium Haemophilus influenzae type b prevented approximately 3,370 Kenyan children from being hospitalised in 2005. The authors say that prior studies have shown that for every child with Hib meningitis in developing countries, there may be 5 to 10 others ...
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Scientific Results Presented At ECCMID Demonstrate Well- Differentiated Profile of Basilea's Two Phase III Anti- infective Compounds

...(Raritan, U.S.) P784 In vitro activity of ceftobiprole, dalbavancin and tigecycline against methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus strains from hospitalised patients in Belgium. O. Denis, C. Nonhoff, A. Deplano, M. Hallin, R. De Ryck, S. Rottiers, S. Crevecoeur, M.J. Struelens (Brussels, BE) P1321 Region...

International ENDORSE Study Shows That the Majority of Hospitalized Patients Surveyed are at Risk for VTE and Many do not Receive Recommended VTE prophylaxis

...DORSE Steering Committee, said "ENDORSE findings provide strong evidence of the need to increase awareness about the high prevalence of VTE risk among hospitalised medical and surgical patients. Importantly, it highlights the need to significantly improve the use of appropriate prophylaxis in patients at risk for...
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Dengue fever

... time. ... same signs as dengue fever ... Dengue haemorrhagic fever treatment. All patients with dengue haemorrhagic fever need to be hospitalised for fluid ... Dengue fever is an acute febrile disease caused by one of several closely ... Dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF) is a mo...
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Ocera Therapeutics licenses novel treatment for acute hepatic encephalopathy from UCLB

...cations of cirrhosis and acute liver failure, and up to150,000 patients are hospitalised in the U.S. each year. "We are pleased to have licensed this breakthrough treatment for patients hospitalised with acute hepatic encephalopathy," said Dr. Laurent Fischer, President and...

Pregnant women with asthma can be more confident about some medicines

.... "Good asthma control prevents asthma attacks, and that ensures that the baby's oxygen supply is not interrupted. It lowers the risk of needing to be hospitalised with an asthma attack." Women with asthma can usually keep using the same medications during pregnancy that helped them before. Pregnancy is not a ...

Adult stem cell breakthrough

...to replace large airways have met serious problems. The 30-year-old mother of two, suffering from collapsed airways following a severe case of TB, was hospitalised in March 2008 with acute shortness of breath rendering her unable to carry out simple domestic duties or care for her children. The only conventional ...

Monitoring outcomes of suicide attempts in pregnancy can better assess drug dangers

...ned women present the opportunity to gather data on dose-response relationships, which are difficult to ascertain from animal models, because they are hospitalised and undergo extensive pharmacological tests. To test their hypothesis that self-poisoned pregnant women could give useful drug-safety data, the re...

3 out of 4 hospital patients suffer from malnutrition regardless of their pathology

...), in collaboration with the Unit of Nutrition and Dietetics at the hospital Virgen de las Nieves (Granada, Spain) of 817 patients, showed that 75% of hospitalised patients suffer from malnutrition regardless of their pathology. The study, which was carried out in patients older than 18 in all the departments of ...
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The LANCET Published ENDORSE, the Largest Multinational Study Showing That the Majority of Hospitalized Patients Surveyed are at Risk for VTE and Many do not Receive Recommended VTE Prophylaxis

...care perspectives since they allow estimation of both the patient welfare and economic benefits of fully applying evidence based VTE prophylaxis among hospitalised medical and surgical patients. If we want to improve hospital patient outcomes, we urgently need to implement hospital-wide strategies to identify all...

Clexane(R)/Lovenox(R) Approved in Japan

...se VTE guidelines state that, without prophylaxis, between 27% and 50% of orthopaedic surgery patients may suffer from deep vein thrombosis. Among the hospitalised patients at risk for VTE, 64% are those undergoing surgery(1). "In Japan, Clexane(R) is expected to greatly contribute to the prevention of venous t...
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