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Combined Radiotherapy and Drug Treatment Shown to Improve Survival for Patients with Inoperable Liver Cancer

A study has shown that patients who suffer from inoperable advanced hepatocellular carcinoma may have the opportunity to live substantially longer by using a combined therapy.  More...
15 Sep 2014

Ambulance-Administered Coronary Reperfusion Is Effective

A new study shows that administration of a platelet inhibitor during transport to hospital produces better results following hospital percutaneous coronary intervention.  More...
15 Sep 2014
Cincinnati Sub-Zero

Field Fluid Heating Device Helps Prevent Hypothermia

A portable fluid warming device warms intravenous fluids prior to administration in both clinical and field environments.   More...
11 Sep 2014
Image: The OSTAR A300 Remote telehealth vital signs patient monitoring system (Photo courtesy of OSTAR Healthcare Technology).

Predictive Monitoring Safeguards Chronically Ill Patients

Affordable, remote vital-signs monitoring system uses a sophisticated predictive algorithm for cardiac Interpretations on the fly.  More...
09 Sep 2014

fMRI Shows Earlier Depression Can Lead to Hyperconnected Brain Networks in Young Adults

Depression may be better predicted and understood now that researchers have discovered through neuroimaging that young adults who had previously suffered from depression have hyper-connected emotional and cognitive networks in the brain.   More...
09 Sep 2014

Better Outpatient Care Needed for Cardiac Patients

A new study suggests that repeat emergency department visits for acute heart failure syndrome (AHFS) are the result of a lack of appropriate outpatient care.   More...
09 Sep 2014

Discarded Blood Tests May Offer Life-Saving Information

Blood culture isolates are the cornerstone of adequate antibiotic treatment, but many blood cultures are contaminated with bacteria residing on the skin, and the most common contaminants are coagulase-negative staphylococci.  More...
08 Sep 2014

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