The John Pickard Neurosurgical Laboratories, based at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge University Hospitals, will contain purpose built modern laboratories and updated offices, and are named after John Pickard, Professor Emeritus of Neurosurgery. University of Cambridge, 3 weeks ago
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Addenbrooke's IT contract hangs in balance - Healthcare Today, 1 month ago
The woman was airlifted to Addenbrooke's following the collision. Comments(0) A woman was airlifted to hospital following a collision near Ely on Saturday. Emergency services, including the Magpas air ambulance, were called to the ...Ely News, 2 months ago Fatal collision on B1104 Cambridgeshire Constabulary, 1 day ago
Investigators at Addenbrooke's Hospital Discuss Findings in Lymphohistiocytosis (Haemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis: an elusive syndrome)
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Health & Medicine Week Current study results on Lymphohistiocytosis have been published. According to news reporting originating from Cambridge, United Kingdom, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, ...Pharmacy Choice, 2 weeks ago
First patients recruited at Addenbrooke's Hospital in England. Health Enterprise East (HEE), a National Health Service (NHS) innovation hub, is beginning clinical trials at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust for the Cambridge Ulnar ...ODT Mag, 1 month ago Novel medical technology starts clinical trials at Addenbrooke's Business Weekly UK, 1 month ago
New Vasculitis Study Findings Reported from Addenbrooke's Hospital (Comorbidities in Patients with Antineutrophil Cytoplasmic Antibody-associated...
New Vasculitis Study Findings Reported from Addenbrooke's Hospital (Comorbidities in Patients with Antineutrophil Cytoplasmic Antibody-associated Vasculitis versus the General Population) By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Women's Health ...Pharmacy Choice, 1 month ago
Daily Mail Monday 3rd October, 2016 The bacteria was found on the skin of six babies at the Rosie Hospital at Addenbrooke's in Cambridge. None of the babies were infected as the bug had not enteredIrishSun.com, 2 months ago Six babies in MRSA outbreak at Addenbrooke's Hospital News EasyBranches.com, 2 months ago MRSA superbug found on a skin of 6 newborns in tip hospital's complete caring section for babies HealthMediciNet.com, 2 months ago
A five year plan to change the way healthcare is provided in has been published. The Sustainability and Transformation Plan sets out how the NHS will meet demand in and Peterborough and improve the local population's health. However, campaigners ...ITV.com, 1 week ago
Reuters Health Information By Kathryn Doyle | November21,2016 (Reuters Health) - Results showing that a fully closed-loop insulin delivery system that has performed well in type 1 diabetes patients also proved safe and feasible for type 2 ...Diabetes Care, 1 week ago
A cyclist is in hospital in a serious condition after colliding with a van in Mepal in Cambridgeshire. It happened yesterday morning on the A142 between Sutton and Mepal. The man was taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge. The driver of the ...ITV.com, 1 month ago Police appeal as teenager's condition deteriorates after collision with car ITV.com, 1 month ago Re-appeal for witnesses following serious collision on the A10 Hertfordshire Constabulary, 1 day ago Appeal for witnesses following collision in Bovingdon Hertfordshire Constabulary, 2 weeks ago
Tylicki was airlifted to hospital after the pile-up Jockey Freddy Tylicki remained in a "stable condition" on Wednesday after the four-horse pile-up that also involved champion jockey Jim Crowley. Crowley suffered a broken nose in the incident at ...BBC, 1 month ago Jockey Freddy Tylicki paralysed from the waist down after shock Kempton fall Scottish Daily Express, 4 weeks ago Tylicki remains in stable condition following fall RTE Online, 1 month ago Frederik Tylicki remains stable in intensive care after Kempton fall Breaking News.ie, 1 month ago
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