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Need For HIV Guidelines For Health Workers In Developing Countries
...nce of HIV infection among patients that are cared for
is very high in some poorer countries and that suc... Gilks and Wilkinson conclude that there is a need for
realistic, usable guidelines for
those working overseas in medical environments and for
Fat: It's Not For Breakfast Anymore; Study Finds Fat Linked To Clotting
...s not clear if factor VIIa is a causal risk factor for
heartdisease, but if it were, this would mean that individuals would be at risk forheart attack after a fat-rich meal," he says. Co-authors are Dr. Moniek de Maat; Dr. Gert Meijer; Dr. Peter Zock; Dr.Diederick Grobbee, Dr. Frans Kok; Dr. Corn...
Acceptability Of Alternative Health Care Growing In U.S.
...urance companiesare responding to market pressures for
coverage of selective alternative therapies, says ...ng number ofAmericans are going beyond biomedicine for
health care treatment and prevention, Gordon said. Gordon and her co-authors cited a Harvard...
Protecting Breast Feeding From Breast Milk Substitutes
...rought into line when they face substantial claims for
damages from consumers. He suggests that in the m... the articles of the code of marketing substitutes for
breast milk into national legislation. Secondly, he suggests that monitoring for
overt violations s...
Baby Milk Manufacturers Are Breaking The Rules
...cturers. Contact: Professor Andrew Tomkins, Centre for
International Child Health, Institute of Child Health, 30 Guilford Street, Londonatomkins@ich.ucl.ac.uk firstname.lastname@example.org...
Procter & Gamble Supports Yale University Collaboration For Public Health Training Throughout China
... hygiene and nutrition. "These areas areessential for
training today's Chinese public health professiona...t of adult men inChina smoke, creating a huge need for
anti-smoking campaigns organized by publichealth workers." Merson also cited health risks re...
Successful Cancer Therapy May Doom Later Treatments To Failure
...ethe cells grew. Breast tumors grown in the brain, for
example, had blood vesselswith much smaller pores ... powers because they havebeen engineered too large for
the microscopic doors they have to pass through. Equally perplexing, some chemotherapies lo...
Clot-Busters As Effective As Surgery To Clear Blockages In Legs
...hows conclusively that this drug minimizes theneed for
surgery," says first author Kenneth Ouriel, a Univ...ys Ouriel, noting that atypical supply of the drug for
one patient costs the hospitalabout $3,500. "For many surgeons today, the standard of care for
Study Questions Common Practice Of Steroid Administration To Induce Lung Development In Premature Infants
...re switched: babies in group one received placebo for
two weeks and babies ingroup two who were still on the ventilator received a two-week course ofdexamethasone. The researchers found that there was no benefit to the earlier steroidtreatment: there was no difference in the number of days th...
Heart Laser Surgery: An Alternative To Transplantation
... "this promising new therapy offers an alternative for
patients with severe chest pain who may need a hea... called angina, in patients who are not candidates for
angioplasty or bypass surgery. After six months of follow-up, patients receiving TMR in this study ...
Randomised Controlled Trial Of Aminosidine (Paromomycin) v Sodium Stibogluconate For Treating Visceral Leishmaniasis In North Bihar, India
... aminosidine (paromomycin) v sodium stibogluconate for
treating visceral leishmaniasis in North Bihar, India) Bihar in north east India accounts for
half the annual worldwide cases of visceral leishmaniasis (a disease transmitted by sandfly bites)....
International Study Raises Hopes For Heart Transplant Patients
...ntages, which may translate into improved outcomes for
heart transplant recipients. In 1995, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Neoral for
theprevention of organ rejection. Based upon scientific registry data from theUnited Network for
"TRAMAH" Model Seeks To Improve Emergency Response Paper Uses Maryland As Test Region
...livered at theMontreal conference of the Institute for
Operations Research and the ManagementSciences (IN... 28. The model, a Trauma Resource Allocation Model for
Ambulances and Hospitals(TRAMAH), assists trauma system planners in better locating their resources ...
Studies Look At Threshold Effect Of Cholesterol-Lowering "Statin" Drugs
...rial in Circulation. He is director of the center for
human nutrition at the University of Texas Southwe...n Heart Association, offer the most reliable basis for
physicians' decisions regardless of the optimal lower limit for
LDL cholesterol," says Grundy. A ne...
Most People Cant Identify Stroke Symptoms
... the symptoms of stroke and whether they're atrisk for
having a stroke. In interviews with more than 1,80...erespondents older than 75, the highest risk group for
stroke, knew the leastabout stroke. While 60 percent of the participants under age 75 could identif...
Preventing Stroke: The Choice Between Aspirin And Warfarin
A new study outlines the criteria for
identifying hundreds of thousands ofAmericans who ...y to have astroke than people without, and account for
as many as 80,000 strokes a year. The findings are from Part III of a decade-long study called Strok...
Widely Used Therapy May Not Be Effective In Treatment Of Acute Stroke
...of an intravenously administered anticoagulantdrug for
treatment of acute ischemic stroke. The purpose of... week after the initial stroke. Thus, the urgency for
treatment with anticoagulants to prevent recurrent stroke may not be as great as previously thought....
New Stroke Treatment Likely To Decrease Health Care Costs And Increase Quality Of Life
...an estimated the costs per 1,000 patients eligible for
treatmentwith t-PA compared with the costs per 1,0...he cost of t-PA treatment increases hospital costs for
patients whenthey are first admitted. However, because t-PA shortens hospital stays anddecreases lo...
UF Psychiatrists Use Antidepressants To Treat Smoking Addiction
...itioning occurs gradually, but the changes persist for
months after someone stops smoking, setting the stage for
relapse, reports UF substance abuse expert Dr. Mark Gold in an article on tobacco smoking and nicoti...
Researchers Identify Candidate Immunosuppressant With Fewer Side Effects
... identified a peptide that may serve as a template for
a drugthat can suppress the immune response with f...y andnervous system damage, making them unsuitable for
wider clinical application.The newly identified peptide prevents a single, specific step in the immu...
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