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The Anesthetic Components of Care for Enhanced Recovery

The study find that the The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; in partnership with the American College of Surgeons and the Johns Hopkins Medicine Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality; has developed the Safety Program for Improving Surgical Care and Recovery. Therefor We have conducted an evidence review to select anesthetic interventions that…

Astronauts

Astronauts Do Not Die From Space Radiation Research Says

A study publish in Scientific Reports fail to tell about exposure to space radiation with an increase risk of death; from cancer or cardiovascular disease among both astronauts and cosmonauts. It’s a surprising, if not encouraging, result, as it was long assume that exposure to damaging; ionizing radiation would eventually come back to retreat astronaut;…

Nursing Team Ensure Each Child Lives

Nursing Team Ensure Each Child Lives Well To The End Of Their Lives

Nursing Team; In this study northern Ireland Children’s Hospice has said that inadequate government funding may force the charity into making cuts to its end-of-life services, the Derry News can reveal. To this point, the local charity has only managed to maintain its current level of level of care thanks to “unwavering voluntary support”. It…

Varicella Zoster Virus Associated Affective Pain

Varicella Zoster Virus Associated Affective Pain

Infection with varicella zoster virus (VZV) resulting in chicken pox and after this initial infection the virus remains latent in sensory nerve ganglia until reactivation results in a painful disorder termed herpes zoster or shingles. studies in females indicated that during proestrus when estradiol is high there was a reducing response to VZV inducing pain…

Osteoporosis

Common Antibacterial Agent May Increase Risk Of Osteoporosis

In the first study of its kind, the antibacterial agent triclosan has been link with an increase risk; for osteoporosis among females in the US, particularly postmenopausal women. The research was recently publish in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. Researchers at the Hangzhou Medical College School of Public Health in China found that…

Apple Health App

Apple Health App Enhance the Health Records feature

Apple health app has announce that it will allow any US healthcare organization with a compatible electronic health record (EHR) to register with its mobile Health Records feature, according to a tweet from Ricky Bloomfield, MD, Apple’s clinical and health informatics lead. This will allow patients to securely and privately download their EHR data to…

Cardiac Arrest

Cardiac Arrest Suddenly Happen At Airport

Cardiac Arrest; Here there was no time to spare when air passenger Hutz Hertzberg, DMin, PhD, suddenly collapsed at Midway Airport in full cardiac arrest. With each passing minute that his heart was stopped, Dr. Hertzberg’s chance of surviving dropped by roughly 10 percent. After five minutes, brain damage was likely. After 10 minutes, he…

Prostate Cancer Screening

Prostate Cancer Screening of Limited Value From Decision Aids

“Practicing doctors therefore need to ensure they discuss the benefits and harms of prostate cancer screening; with men considering screening, attending to their values and preferences before as they consider the possible benefits, and the harms and burdens, of screening,” Dr. Kari Tikkinen of Helsinki University Hospital, in Finland, who worked on the study, told…

Mid Infrared Laser Expands Horizon Of Spectroscopic

Mid Infrared Laser Expands Horizon Of Spectroscopic

The mid infrared QCL using by the researchers features a brightness level; that exceeding even that of synchrotron sources; which are only available in specialized facilities. The laser’s brightness means it can be using for mid infrared spectroscopic ellipsometry of highly absorbing materials or substances; including those dissolved in water. Spectroscopic ellipsometry measures how the…

Multiple Sclerosis

Novel Imaging Molecule: Brain Changes Link To Multiple Sclerosis

Secondary progressive multiple sclerosis (MS) is a relentless disease. Over time, patients experience worsening physical, mental and mood-related symptoms. And yet, even as their symptoms progress; the brain white matter lesions found on a patient’s MRI scans often remain unchange. Suspecting that changes in the grey matter regions of the brain may be playing a…

Stillbirth

New Stillbirth Risk Figures Help Women’s Decisions On Timing Delivery

With every week that a pregnancy continues past term (37 weeks), the risk of stillbirth increases; according to an analysis of more than 15 million pregnancies led by Queen Mary University of London. The results, published in the journal PLOS Medicine; also include a small but significantly increased risk of stillbirth in mothers who continue;…

Glaucoma

Glaucoma Is Linked With Blood Pressure, Diurnal IOP, Disc Hemorrhage

Researchers have linked normal tension glaucoma (NTG) progression and vascular insufficiency in the lower IOP setting. This study aim to assess the other factors that may be involved in the progression of NTG. NTG is my least favorite type of glaucoma. The fluctuation of diastolic blood pressure, diurnal IOP and the presence of a disc…