Patient at Philadelphia hospital cleared of Ebola

Ebola scare over in Philadelphia: Hospital patient cleared of the disease after being quarantined An unidentified patient was tested for Ebola at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania The patient ‘met the criteria’ for Ebola exposure, but no more details were released There is an ongoing Ebola outbreak in the eastern part of the Congo The patient may have traveled […]

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AI-powered stethoscope can spot pneumonia without a doctor

Re-inventing the stethoscope: AI-powered tool can spot pneumonia by listening to how a patient BREATHES (and it’s 87% accurate) The stethoscope was designed by scientists from Johns Hopkins University, US It uses noise-filtering technology so it can be used in any environment And its software is based on a database of around 1,500 people’s lung sounds  Developers hope the device […]

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Emotional video shows 13-year-old cancer patient finishing chemo

Emotional video shows 13-year-old cancer patient crying as he rings the hospital bell to celebrate going into remission after gruelling chemotherapy George Harrison, from Doncaster, was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma He needed surgery to remove the cancer and lost his hair during chemotherapy His parents initially thought he had food poisoning when he fell ill in the spring Charlotte Harrison, […]

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Surgery center possibly exposed thousands of patients to HIV, hepatitis

More than 3,000 patients of a surgery center in Bergen County, New Jersey, may have been exposed to HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C, according to the New Jersey Department of Health and the HealthPlus Surgery Center in the town of Saddle Brook. A letter from the HealthPlus Surgery Center was sent out this month notifying patients who had a […]

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11 signs of an incompetent doctor, from whom better to stay away

If any of the following and you will hear, look for another specialist.Shouldn’t you got hurt! Pain need to give a warning signal: “Hey, here disorder, pay attention!”. If it were not for pain we would climb into the fire and suffered burns, broken limbs, and not paying attention, would run on — no pain. With the words of the […]

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Research review underscores progress in treating kidney cancer, importance of close patient monitoring

With the swift introduction of approved immunotherapy approaches into the treatment landscape for many cancers, medical professionals across many care-delivery settings and specialties are tasked with the need to follow and understand a set of treatment standards that are changing rapidly. The treatment of renal cell carcinoma (RCC), or kidney cancer, has been one of the fields most dramatically affected […]

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10th patient dies at pediatric facility in viral outbreak

Health officials say a 10th patient has died from an infection at a pediatric care facility in New Jersey as a different strain of the virus has been found at another facility in the state. The state health department on Wednesday confirmed the “medically fragile child” at the Wanaque Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation had the adenovirus infection. The department […]

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