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Organ harvesting: International Tribunal condemns China’s hidden transplant crimes

Organ harvesting: International Tribunal condemns China’s hidden transplant crimes

Reporting final judgement following worldwide accusations of forced organ harvesting in China, finding and report has thrown a glaring light on a 20 year...
Health inequality: NHS-funded private sector hip operations worsening

Health inequality: NHS-funded private sector hip operations worsening

According to research, the impact of outsourcing NHS hip operations to the private sector concludes there is a widening health inequality occurring. Researchers from Newcastle...
Mitral regurgitation treatment: more precise classification severity now likely

Mitral regurgitation treatment: more precise classification severity now likely

Mitral regurgitation is due to the inability of the mitral valve to close properly, and now, according to MedUni Vienna, there is now revolutionary...
Surgical abortion and the link to physician procedures

Surgical abortion and the link to physician procedures

According to new research published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, physician procedure volume is linked to outcomes after surgical abortion. Although surgically induced abortion...
Secondary care leads the way for clinical safety – why GP surgeries need a CSO

Secondary care leads the way for clinical safety – why GP surgeries need a...

If we are implementing IT changes within the NHS that has a potential clinical effect, then clinical safety is important says Dr Ian Jackson,...
Discover abdominal etching, the power-assisted liposuction for six-pack abs

Discover abdominal etching, the power-assisted liposuction for six-pack abs

A technique called abdominal etching can help to create the classic ‘six-pack abs’ that so many desire, but is power-assisted liposuction the answer to...
Predicting death made easy after cardiac admission

Predicting death made easy after cardiac admission

Published in CMAJ, a new tool designed for patients is better at predicting death after hospital cardiac admission than current tools – could this...
What do you know about the mobile bedside bioprinter that can heal wounds?

What do you know about the mobile bedside bioprinter that can heal wounds?

Envision a day when a mobile bedside bioprinter filled with a patient’s own cells can be wheeled right next to them to heal wounds...
Did you know that women are less likely to receive geriatric care?

Did you know that women are less likely to receive geriatric care?

More than 70% of patients receiving surgery for hip fracture are women, yet they are less likely than men to receive geriatric care during...
Introducing the surgeon who used 3D printing software for a life-changing transplant

Introducing the surgeon who used 3D printing software for a life-changing transplant

Presenting Dr. Tim Brown, consultant transplant surgeon at Belfast City Hospital, Northern Ireland, who used 3D printing software to aid a complex, life-changing operation. Brown...
Operating room pressures: surgeons under stress make more mistakes

Operating room pressures: surgeons under stress make more mistakes

New study finds that surgeons under stress make up to 66% more mistakes on patients in the operating room. Using a technology that captured the...
Research breakdown: the long-term health risks of breast implants

Research breakdown: the long-term health risks of breast implants

One of the largest studies to date provides those who have had/are thinking to have breast implants an insight into the rare but serious...

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