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NHS Inconvenienced by 110 major computer failures

With the expansion of the NHS £12 billion computer system expands nationally, hospitals have been hit by 110 "major incidents" in four months//. These problems have caused doctors being unable to call up X-rays on screens in operating theatres. Details of patient appointments and treatments have...

Patients In A.P Inconvenienced As Doctors Go On Strike

Nearly 2500 junior postgraduate doctors boycotted emergency services, in ten government medical college hospitals in Andhra Pradesh They claim to be on strike// to mount pressure on the government in support of their demands. The members of Andhra Pradesh Medical Students Association are on a...

Study Shows Consumers With High Deductible Health Plans Are More Savvy About Controlling Costs, Improving Health

...ing treatment options or the cost of care. Price matters -- sometimes. Overall, consumers are not yet willing to be inconvenienced to get a better price for health care. However, HDHP members are more likely to take actions for a better price such as using a primary care physician...

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Closes Detroit Operations October 31 Due to Bomb Threat

...s for the day," said Darrell Middleton, BCBSM senior vice president of Human Performance. "We apologize to any of our subscribers or providers who are inconvenienced as a result of this incident." ...

Miscarriage of Justice: A Statement by Judie Brown of the American Life League

... caused, or Gardasil has caused, an overwhelming percentage of the people of this nation don't know about it, don't care about it and don't want to be inconvenienced by it. Until the life of a single child prior to birth becomes as important to every American as a Christmas shopping list, a bridge date or a des...

Outpatient Treatment Possible For Patients with Uterine Fibroid Tumors

...c for evaluation for the focused ultrasound procedure is premenopausal, in her mid-30s to mid-50s, finished childbearing, or does not desire children, inconvenienced by uterine bleeding so profuse that it soaks menstrual pads in less than two hours, and requires multiple changes throughout the day, or troubled by p...
Inconvenienced in Biological News

Cancer drug delivery research at Case Western Reserve University cuts time from days to hours

... by a light focused on the specific area of the body. "By shortening the waiting time from drug injection to activation, PDT patients are much less inconvenienced and tend to have a more normal lifestyle," said Burda. Looks like a "Hairy Ball" The drug delivery system uses a gold nanoparticle (Au NP) as...
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