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Fraudulent Foreign Doctors Practising In Cambodia

An Australian woman Gloria A. Christie, 50, also known as Doctor Gloria set up a popular medical clinic in Phnom Penh, Cambodia//. She is facing hefty fines and a potential jail sentence after being accused of falsely claiming to be a highly qualified medical expert. Her hospital mainly treats ...

Swine Flu Advice from Confused.com

...hould always check. If symptoms present themselves prior to travel, people will need a doctor's note confirming the diagnosis of swine flu from a practising medical practitioner. The insurance providers will need to see evidence of the virus in order to process a claim. If the virus is contracted while abr...

Blood tests and better communication skills could cut over-prescribing of antibiotics

...ents with lower respiratory tract infection. Dr Kerry Hood, Director of the South East Wales Trials Unit said, "The results showed that 54% of GPs practising according to usual care prescribed antibiotics, whereas 27% of those who had been trained in the advanced communication and 31% of the GPs who used th...

Prestigious award for 'outstanding' primary-care researcher

...sity of Nottingham's Medical School, received the John Fry Award for promoting the discipline of general practice through research and publishing as a practising GP. Professor Avery is considered to be one of the leading patient-safety researchers in the world. He said: "It is quite clear from my knowledge of J...

Landmark Research Heralds New Era in Dog Heart Treatment and Longer Life for Dogs

...at dogs treated with Vetmedin(R) live on average nearly twice as long as those on benazepril(1), it is now time for us as veterinary cardiologists and practising veterinarians to look again at how we are treating our patients suffering from this serious condition." Dr. Michael O'Grady from the Ontario Veterin...

1 of the best researchers in general practice

...eneral Practitioners (RCGP) John Fry Award on Friday 16 May 2008 for promoting the discipline of general practice through research and publishing as a practising GP. The award is a silver medal with the Colleges Coat of Arms. The citation, to be delivered by RCGP Honorary Secretary, Dr Maureen Baker, acknowl...

Aussie neuroscientist tests addiction drug

...she had also found two loves her husband and neuroscience. I loved my time at UQ. It changed my life. I went in with all intentions of becoming a practising pharmacist and left a neuroscientist. I became addicted to the thrill of a new discovery and research . . .I also fell in love with neurosciences....

New training method for hip surgery

... study tested whether planning before an operation, combined with the latest robotic navigation equipment could increase the success rates of students practising hip resurfacing arthroplasty procedures a method for correcting painful hip bone deformities by coating the femoral head with a cast of chrome alloy....

Doctors Not Exempt from Competition Law, Australian Commission Warns

...that John Knight and Iain Ross had breached competition law between 2001 and 2004 for preventing qualified cardiothoracic surgeon Craig Jurisevic from practising heart surgery in Adelaide. The pair also admitted they attempted to enter into a "no-compete" arrangement with another heart surgeon, James Edwar...

Converting Left-hander to Right-hander also Changes the Brain

...ed, and how hard particular regions work. The researchers say while some areas in such peoples brains continue to retain characteristics of a practising lefty, other areas switch to the patterns of a righty. "The question now is, 'do converts suffer because of this extra attention that they exe...
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Luna Ambulatory Urodynamics Reader

Description:... The Luna is a very easy to use Ambulatory Urodynamic recorder which has been developed in close co-operation with practising urologists as an invaluable aid in the diagnosis of lower urinary tract dysfunctions. The system offers the possibility to measure pressures, EMG, con...
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Serotonin

...iety of dietary sources, endogenous ... Serotonin was first isolated from blood in 1948 by Page and coworkers and was ... Dr PK Gillman is a practising clinical psychiatrist with a ... Serotonin Notes. Drug Interaction (CYP450) Information. Introduction. Overview ... serotonin ... Serotonin ...

Hyperemesis gravidarum

...hat prevents adequate intake of food and fluids. Hyperemesis is considered a rare complication of pregnancy but, because nausea and... The practising Midwife (UK) article: Hyperemesis Gravidarum : how midwives can help. ... Study: Management of Hyperemesis Gravidarum with Enteral Nutrition (P...
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International prize for Nottingham spine research

...University of Nottingham academic now at the University of Adelaide, and Arun Ranganathan, a former student at The University of Nottingham who is now practising medicine in Newcastle. The research looked at problems of treating the degeneration of the intervertebral discs the soft discs in between the bone...

Providing toilets, safe water is top route to reducing world poverty: UN University

...specially for women and girls, improving household health, reducing the time spent to collect water and providing a safe and dignified environment for practising sanitation. This means that there is more time to tend to crops and livestock, more time and resources to spend on improved food preparation, more ti...

McGill conference on Global Food Crisis draws impressive list of international participants

...orary doctorate in agricultural sciences from McGill in 1979. Jack Wilkinson Born and raised on a family farm in Ontario, Jack Wilkinson is a practising farmer who produces grains and oilseeds and has a beef cow/calf operation. He was elected President of the International Federation of Agricultural Pr...

Egyptians, not Greeks were true fathers of medicine

...athers of medicine but our findings suggest that the ancient Egyptians were practising a credible form of pharmacy and medicine much earlier," said Dr Jackie Camp...These results are very significant and show that the ancient Egyptians were practising a credible form of pharmacy long before the Greeks. "Our research is c...

New research shows that flu is a trigger of heart attacks

...er themselves at high risk for heart-related complications from influenza and therefore do not receive the annual flu shots. Currently, people are not practising as we preach, and doctors need to work to change this." He urged the European Society of Cardiology to follow the lead set in the USA by the Amer...

One small step means giant leap for spinal cord research

...nts, whose spinal cord injuries had taken place from two to 24 years prior to the study, completed two to five sessions per week of FES therapy. After practising with physiotherapists, the patients learned how to trigger their leg muscles as they walked. Over the course of 12 to 18 weeks, the patients gradually...
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Neptune strengthens scientific operations with the appointment of a new Scientific Advisory Board

...h.D., has particular expertise in biochemistry, biotechnology, intellectual property law and patents in life sciences. Dr. Barbas is currently practising at Ogilvy Renault LLP/S.E.N.C.R.L., s.r.l., and is a member of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) and an affi...
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