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Post-Surgical Radiation Offers Benefits

November 2, 2009 5:02 am | News | Comments

According to a new study presented at the 51st Annual Meeting of the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO), high-risk melanoma patients who are treated with radiation after surgery have a significantly lower risk of their cancer returning to the lymph nodes (19 percent), as those who do not (31 percent).

New Guidelines On N95 vs Surgical Masks

November 2, 2009 4:50 am | News | Comments

According to a recent release from the Infectious Diseases Society of America, authors of a study that found N95 respirators were better than surgical masks at preventing the flu have retracted many of their findings. After a re-analysis prompted by questions from reviewers, the findings were no longer significant, said Holly Seale, PhD, of the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia.

Castro Fears U.S. InFLUence

November 2, 2009 4:35 am | News | Comments

Will Weissert, AP The 83-year-old ex-president wrote in state-controlled newspapers on Saturday that many of Cuba's early cases of the virus were visitors from the United States. “We had the strange case where the United States, on one hand, authorized more trips for a large number of people carrying the virus, and on the other prohibited us from obtaining equipment and medicine to combat the virus,” Castro said.

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Bending The Rules Of Clinical Trials

October 30, 2009 6:54 am | Articles | Comments

By Pauline W. Chen, M.D. Published: Louise (not her real name), a scientist and avid runner in her 50s, first noticed the strange pangs under her right ribcage a few weeks before we met. Her CAT scan revealed a liver so riddled with islands of tumor that the radiologist called them “too numerous to count.

House Dems Unveil Health Bill

October 30, 2009 6:54 am | News | Comments

Cheered by President Barack Obama, House Democrats rolled out landmark legislation Thursday to extend health care to tens of millions who lack coverage, impose sweeping new restrictions on the insurance industry and create a government-run option to compete with private insurers David Espo, AP Special Correspondent October 30, 2009 WASHINGTON (AP) — Cheered by President Barack Obama, House Democrats rolled out landmark legislation Thursday to extend health care to tens of millions who lack coverage, impose sweeping new restrictions on the insurance industry and create a government-run option to compete with private insurers.

Lack Of Insurance May Have Figured In Nearly 17,000 Childhood Deaths

October 30, 2009 6:53 am | News | Comments

A recent study shows lack of health insurance may have led or contributed to nearly 17,000 deaths among hospitalized children in the U.S. in less than two decades October 30, 2009 BALTIMORE, Oct. 30 (AScribe Newswire) -- Lack of health insurance might have led or contributed to nearly 17,000 deaths among hospitalized children in the United States in the span of less than two decades, according to research led by the Johns Hopkins Children's Center.

How To Meet New JCAHO Survey Criteria For Flash Sterilization

October 30, 2009 6:51 am | News | Comments

A company helps to provide solutions to meet new criteria with closed flash containers October 30, 2009 In response to recent updates to the Joint Commission’s policy regarding use of flash sterilization, Millennium Surgical Corp., a surgical instrument supplier, has been fielding hundreds of inquiries from hospitals and surgical centers as to what is needed and how to comply.

Blogging To Prevent Decubitus Ulcers

October 30, 2009 6:48 am | Action Products, Inc. | News | Comments

A company expands its commitment to education with new blog format to discuss prevention of decubitus ulcers October 30, 2009 Hagerstown, MD, USA, October 30, 2009:  Action Products, Inc. has created blog.actionproducts.com, a social media forum to discuss the prevention of decubitus ulcers.

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HD Compatible C-Mount Video Adapters

October 30, 2009 6:05 am | Optronics® | Product Releases | Comments

A company offers a new line of full-featured precision crafted optical c-mount HD video adapters for operating microscopes Optronics®, a developer of medical-grade high definition imaging products for microsurgery, introduces QUINTUS™, a new line of full-featured precision crafted optical c-mount HD video adapters for operating microscopes.

Cutting Edge HD Technology Showcased At ACS

October 29, 2009 12:08 pm | Sony Electronics | Videos | Comments

Show attendees learn of HD technologies in a simulated OR environment, the increasing portability of HD and experience the future of HD in 3D in a booth tour with Sony Among the multitudes of new surgical technology revealed at ACS this year in Chicago, high-definition (HD) technology for the OR was among the highlights.

Surgical Hospital Utilizes Wireless HD Transmission

October 29, 2009 6:43 am | Videos | Comments

As the first facility in the DFW area to utilize wireless HD transmission, surgical professionals at Texas Institute for Surgery at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas anticipate more operating rooms will follow the trend in wireless HD monitor systems.

Xbox + Math = Virtual Surgery

October 29, 2009 6:41 am | Videos | Comments

Joseph Teran, a professor of Applied Mathematics at UCLA, was named one of the "brightest people alive" by Discover Magazine. Follow him around UCLA's campus as he discusses virtual surgery and the power of applied math studies with Dr.

Robot Performs Surgery

October 29, 2009 6:40 am | Videos | Comments

A surgical team at the Foothills Medical Centre performs neurosurgery with a robot, Neuroarm, developed by a team at the University of Calgary Faculty of Medicine. NeuroArm aims to revolutionize Neurosurgery and other branches of operative medicine by liberating doctors from the constraints of the human hand.

Robotic Hysterectomy In HD

October 29, 2009 6:35 am | Videos | Comments

Part 1 of 4. Dr. M Patrick Lowe demonstrates the technique for a robotic hysterectomy to treat endometrial cancer. Total operative time for hysterectomy is 25 minutes. Part 2 of 4. Part 3 of 4. Part 4 of 4.

Gown Delivers Warming Therapy

October 28, 2009 7:00 am | Arizant Healthcare Inc. | Product Releases | Comments

High-Tech gown can help reduce surgical hypothermia complications, associated costs October 28, 2009 The new Bair Paws Flex™ gown from Arizant Healthcare, Inc. not only fully covers patients, but also warms them before, during and after surgery with “forced-air warming”—a warmed stream of air flowing through the garment’s inserts.

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