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Child Death Rates By 63% Over 20 years In Bangladesh

Child Death Rates By 63% Over 20 years In Bangladesh

Bangladesh has successfully reducing child death rates in South Asia as the country’s child mortality rate for children under the age of five decreasing by 63% in the last 20 years; But in 1990, the WHO Global Health Observatory data said 532,000 child deaths occurred in Bangladesh; and that has now been cut to around…

Radio therapy

A Major Cause of NHS Ultrasound Staff Shortage

The researches find that the ultrasound departments shows that continuous personnel changes are a major cause of the now serious shortage of ultrasound staff in the NHS. Therefore This shortage has led to delays in diagnosis and cancellations of operations. The work is present at the UK Imaging and Oncology Congress in Liverpool. Continuous personnel…

aviation medicine

New Technologies Transform for Space Capsule

Space Capsule that was showcased at the InnoTech Expo held last October. It is an innovative instrument package develop by local experts using new technology. The Space Capsule is develop by Fujian University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and consists of different diagnosis instruments’; including facial and tongue image collector, pulse image collector; sound collector; and…

Statistical Framework Used To Assess Mosquito Control Programs

Statistical Framework Used To Assess Mosquito Control Programs

A new statistical framework that have been using to assess mosquito control programs; but over broad time and space scales;Effective methods of controlling mosquito populations are needed to help lower the worldwide burden of mosquito borne diseases; including Zika, chikungunya, and dengue. But for identifying the dose response curve between neighborhood level; but some spraying…

Vaccine

Midwives Key To Promoting Vaccines, But Requires More Training

A new study shows many midwives receive little or no training on how to communicate to expectant parents; about the importance of maternal and childhood vaccine; in spite of being the most trust source of information on vaccines in the Australian public antenatal system.The research led by the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute found that while…

Prescription

Prescription Stimulants Abuse In Youths Rising Again

After a lull in the rates of prescription stimulant abuse in youth, it looks as though the phenomenon is on the rise again, results of a new survey show. Investigators conducting the Study of Non-Oral Administration of Prescription Stimulants (SNAPS) found that almost 14% of young respondents who used a prescription stimulant had snort, smoke,…

Physicians

Physicians Discusses AI Enhancing The Human Connection In Medicine

Artificial intelligence(AI) promises to transform medicine. It is already diagnosing cancers and arrhythmias, providing digital health coaching and predicting; which patients are at the highest risk of heart failure. Soon, patients with common symptoms can expect to receive advice via AI, and physicians will likely use data from wearable devices to diagnose or treat diseases.…

Ophthalmology

The Treating Blindness is Advances in preclinical research

The study find that the Treating Blindness is Advances in preclinical research are now being translated into innovative clinical solutions for blindness;  Treatment a review published in the 10th Anniversary Series of Science Translational Medicine reports. Therefore Gene replacement or gene editing strategies could potentially reverse vision loss and lead to close to normal visual…

Early Initiation Of Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) During Acute HIV

Early Initiation Of Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) During Acute HIV

In this study by implementing an immediate ART initiation strategy in adults with acute HIV infection based on a multidisciplinary approach supported by instant communications tools for smart phones.By early therapy of antiretroviral therapy (ART) during acute HIV infection is associated with favorable clinical and epidemiological outcomes. Barriers to prompt treatment initiation limit the benefits…

Overdose Deaths

Overdose Deaths: Polysubstance And Opioid Overdose

Overdose Deaths; a new study led by Boston Medical Center’s Grayken Center for Addiction shows that opioid-related overdose; deaths involving another substance is now the norm, not the exception, in Massachusetts. The researchers analyzed opioid overdose death data from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health; which showed that 82% of those deaths involved an opioid…

Hearing Lose

Hearing Lose For A While After Listening To Loud Sounds

Hearing Lose Loud sounds can impair hearing for a short time. Researchers at Linköping University, Sweden, have discover a mechanism that explains how this happens. Their results are presented in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, PNAS. Most people have experienced hearing impairment and ear numbness after loud sounds. After a while, hearing returns…

Haematology

Blood Vessel Damage From High Glucose Concentrations

The study find that the blood vessels that helps them to process glucose becomes uncontrollable in diabetes; and  link to the formation of blood clots and inflammation according to researchers from the University of Warwick. Therefore  Reported in a new study in Scientific Reports led by Dr. Naila Rabbani from Warwick Medical School; with further…