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EOlife: assisting ventilation with AI when every second counts

EOlife: assisting ventilation with AI when every second counts

Artificial intelligence to the rescue of cardiopulmonary arrest patients. Archeon takes its name from the Acheron river, a tributary of the legendary Styx, which, in...
Global Ebola vaccine stockpile now established

Global Ebola vaccine stockpile now established

A global stockpile of Ebola vaccines has now been established by four of the leading health and humanitarian organisations. Led by the International Coordinating Group...
Saving lives in choking emergencies with LifeVac Europe

Saving lives in choking emergencies with LifeVac Europe

LifeVac Europe Limited: leading the way in airway clearance device technology and saving lives when all else fails. LifeVac Europe is a family operated business...
A new measure in the fight against choking deaths with LifeVac

A new measure in the fight against choking deaths with LifeVac

Have you ever said “It went down the wrong way” or “It went down the wrong hole” when eating or drinking? You would not...
Emergency medical supplies market to reach €45.04bn by 2026

Emergency medical supplies market to reach €45.04bn by 2026

The emergency medical supplies market was valued at more than $30.0bn (€25.60bn) in 2019 and is forecast to observe a CAGR of over -17.8%...
The UK Vaccine Taskforce: securing access to vaccines

The UK Vaccine Taskforce: securing access to vaccines

Kate Bingham, Chair of the UK Vaccine Taskforce, discusses the three goals of the taskforce. The UK Vaccine Taskforce has three key goals: to secure...
Guidelines on COVID-19 testing issued by European Commission

Guidelines on COVID-19 testing issued by European Commission

As part of the European Roadmap towards lifting COVID-19 containment measures, the Commission is presenting guidelines on coronavirus testing methodologies. The guidance aims to support...
Study shows trial drug effectively blocks COVID-19 in early stages

Study shows trial drug effectively blocks COVID-19 in early stages

A new study has found that a trial drug effectively blocks the early stages of COVID-19. The drug treatment, called APN01, holds promise for stopping...
The endocrine system: steroids put patients at high risk for COVID-19

The endocrine system: steroids put patients at high risk for COVID-19

Patients with endocrine system related diseases, and those who are taking a class of steroid medications called glucocorticoids, are at high risk for COVID-19. The...
COVID-19: first comprehensive estimates from mainland China

COVID-19: first comprehensive estimates from mainland China

The first comprehensive estimates from mainland China of the proportion of people with COVID-19 who required hospitalisation, and latest death rate estimates, both show...
Manchester scientists and clinicians respond to COVID-19 crisis

Manchester scientists and clinicians respond to COVID-19 crisis

In an unprecedented move, scientists and clinicians across Greater Manchester have formed a rapid response research group to find ways to beat the COVID-19...
Horizon 2020 collaboration to develop COVID-19 vaccine

Horizon 2020 collaboration to develop COVID-19 vaccine

OPENCORONA consortium has been awarded €3m funding by Horizon 2020 to support emergency research and development against the COVID-19 outbreak, aiming to develop a...
Covid-19: Oxford medical students join fight against the pandemic

Covid-19: Oxford medical students join fight against the pandemic

Medical students from Oxford University are stepping-up to help support in the fight against the coronavirus – known as Covid-19 – pandemic. Twenty-four final year...
closeup of a caucasian doctor man holding a world globe with a protective mask with the word coronavirus written in it

Utilising funding from Horizon 2020 to combat the coronavirus outbreak

The European Commission has announced that it is granting over €10m from Horizon 2020 to support the research into finding a cure for the...
CURE group: what is happening to demand for emergency care?

CURE group: what is happening to demand for emergency care?

Could the NHS be driving surplus demand and by extension additional strain on services such as emergency care? The pressures of patient demand on emergency...
What role is there for emergency medicine in climate change mitigation and response?

Is there a role for emergency medicine in climate change mitigation & response?

Emergency medicine must play a leading role in mitigating against and responding to climate change. Speaking at CleanMed Europe 2018, Jonathan E Slutzman, MD...
New partnership takes aim at out-of-hospital cardiac arrests

New partnership takes aim at out-of-hospital cardiac arrests

The NHS, British Heart Foundation (BHF) and Microsoft have joined forces to help save lives in out-of-hospital cardiac arrests. The groundbreaking partnership has the ambitious...
Competence makes thae difference in emergency medicine

Competence makes the difference in emergency medicine

Dr Roberta Petrino, president of the European Society for Emergency Medicine, shares with Health Europa her hopes for the inaugural Emergency Medicine Day. The European...
A&E: the canary in a changing world

A&E: the canary in a changing world

The A&E performance figures published this winter by NHS England were the worst since the four-hour target was introduced in 2004. Here, RCEM vice-president...
The psychiatric patient and the ED - the evolution of emergency psychiatry

The psychiatric patient and the ED

Marc Sabbe discusses the evolution of emergency psychiatry, highlighting issues such as deinstitutionalisation and cost containment. There is no doubt that the amount and intensity...

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