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Freeing up the ER for real emergencies

...e who need it most. In their study of emergency room use at St. Paul's Hospital in downtown Vancouver, Dorothy Pope and colleagues found that 24 patients visited the emergency department a total of 616 times during the course of one year. The authors report that in addition to physical ailments, heavy ...

Hypnosis reduces surgical pain and time, improves safety

...ry needed less pain medication, left the operating room sooner, and had more stable vital signs during the operation, according to new research from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. The study is published in the April 29 issue of the weekly journal The Lancet. "We have a simple method that decreases ...

Parents' language barrier may prevent eligible children from receiving government-sponsored health insurance, says study

...er than a doctor's office -- such as the emergency room -- for the care they do seek, according to investigators. Other factors more prevalent among uninsured SCHIP-eligible children than among insured SCHIP-eligible children include a lower family income and residence in the areas of the U.S. that have l...

New evidence about positive three-tier co-pay performance presented at Express Scripts 2000 Outcomes Conference

...inuation rates. Comparison of mean emergency room visits for the six months before and after implementation showed no difference between the plans either. Inpatient hospitalizations over the same period remained unchanged. "We wanted to determine whether moving to a three-tier co-pay structure...

Product design and drug development breakthroughs help the environment

...maceuticals using very mild reactions that work in room temperature water solutions, instead of having to use pollution-causing solvents. U Environment-friendly labels for glass products (Edison, N.J.) - Billions of products are sold in glass containers every year, and most are labeled. However, the most ...

Supplements that target fat loss … metals that protect themselves …

...eeting is open to accredited news media. The press room will be in Room 9 of the Washington Convention Cen...August 24. News media must register at the press room to receive badges needed for admittance to events. Press kits will include a complete set of meeting...

Oral formulation of antipsychotic offers 'user-friendly' alternative to injections for patients with acute psychosis

...cutely psychotic patients treated in the emergency room of a large, urban medical centre were given either Risperdal oral solution (2 mg) in combination with oral lorazepam (2 mg) or IM haloperidol (5 mg) along with IM lorazepam (2 mg), the standard treatment at this institution. Symptoms of psychotic ag...

NIDA clinical toolbox provides the latest information about drug treatment strategies

...rent NIDA drug treatment publications, it also has room for material that will result from future NIDA-sponsored research. As additional reports and materials are developed, NIDA will disseminate them to the treatment programs for inclusion in the toolbox. This convenient, up-to-date resource for progra...

Study finds doctors often unaware that hospital patients have urinary catheters

...es to a hospital floor from surgery, the emergency room or the intensive care unit. But their use can lead to patient discomfort and urinary tract infections - which make up 40 percent of hospital-acquired infections - and can extend hospital stays. Saint and his colleagues studied 256 doctors - from med...

Scientists declare global warming and human impacts are combining destructive forces on coral reefs

.... Those findings set the context for the emergency room science discussed at the meeting. Most of the scientific papers--on topics as varied as shrimp genetics and aquarium trade economics--had conservation implications or focus. Though coral reefs in many parts of the world are in critical condition, im...

Studies: delay in seeking stroke treatment can lead to death, permanent impairment

...g public health agencies, EMS personnel, emergency room physicians and nurses and neurologists," Schroeder said. "Clearly, one group working independently won't be able to deliver thrombolytic therapy in time to help all the acute stroke patients who need it. Others involved in the studies include Drs. ...

SU scientist receives patent that could revolutionize medical magnetic resonance imaging

...t low temperatures and effectively switched off at room temperatures," Honig says. "And it must be done in a way that does not appreciably reduce the high polarization." Honig and his research group developed what they dubbed the "Relaxation Switch Method" of spin polarization, for which they rece...

Cotton clothes carry fungal spores into hospitals

...rs, concludes that simply walking into a patient's room can easily dislodge the spores from clothing, with... Patients were required to gown when leaving their room in 14 percent of the units. "These practices are inadequate to protect patients from pulmonary asp...

Having a regular doctor protects children from a variety of ills

...han their peers to find themselves in an emergency room or admitted to a hospital. "Having a regular docto...der. Parents are less likely to go to an emergency room if they have a regular doctor who will see a child. Previous studies have shown that people are will...

Study: Ripped aortas kill often, but new knowledge may aid survival

...d diagnosis. Only when patients reach an emergency room and undergo tests and scans can the cause be spotted. According to UMHS cardiology professor and ACC presenter William Armstrong, the two best imaging techniques for finding a dissection are computed tomography, or CT, and the more specialized transe...

New program shown to help heart attack patients get the best care

...commended tests and treatments, from the emergency room through discharge. Among the items on the checklist: aspirin and clot-busters soon after the heart attack; drugs like ACE inhibitors and beta-blockers; procedures like angioplasty and blood cholesterol tests; and advice on diet and smoking. The tool ...

High-tech scan for blocked arteries matches conventional tests in finding root of symptoms

...n patients who, for example, come to the emergency room or a checkup with chest pain, shortness of breath or arm pain but. Others, such as the U-M Health System, are exploring a new way to perform EBCT-like scans using existing scanners. The study may also help insurers decide whether to pay for the scans...

Science, engineering and technology newstips

...id Pickett. Theoretically, there's no reason that room temperature superconductivity should be impossible, he said. On Jan. 10 this year, Japanese scientist Jun Akimitsu announced that magnesium diboride became superconducting at minus 389 F. As well as being relatively cheap, magnesium diboride is a me...

Researchers to test skeletal muscle as replacement for damaged human heart muscle in humans

...near future, a patient would come to the emergency room with a heart attack and doctors would remove a small plug of cells from the leg and grow them in the laboratory for about two to four weeks, which also is long enough to assess damage to the heart. Then the cells would be delivered to damaged areas o...

Atlantic Ocean no barrier to transplant pathologists in Pittsburgh and Sicily doing routine consults through unique telepathology system

...l proceed, even as the patient is on the operating room table. In addition, diagnosing organ rejection can be tricky, as there can be nuances in how rejection can manifest itself. The pathologist's report determines in large part if and how rejection is to be treated by the transplant team. UPMC pathologi...

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