Researchers at the University of Birmingham working with clinical teams at University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust have successfully shown for the first time that breast cancer patients can be trained to achieve single prolonged breath ... News-Medical.Net, 1 month ago
Prolonged breath holds of over five minutes could help in targeted radiotherapy - Pharmacy Choice, 1 month ago
University of Birmingham researchers have found the concept of the so-called "weekend effect" on mortality rates for patients admitted to hospital on Saturdays and Sundays is a "major oversimplification" of a complex issue. There has been much ...ITV.com, 1 month ago Study finds no link between weekend staffing levels and patient deaths News-Medical.Net, 1 month ago Is the excess mortality of weekend admissions in the NHS a reality or an illusion? Trends In Urology & Men's health, 1 month ago New study shows NHS weekend effect among heart patients… The Bip, 5 days ago
Home » tips » / no comments CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA (MAY 17, 2016). Researchers at The University of Alabama at Birmingham have determined specific risk factors associated with hospital readmission following pediatric neurosurgery. Some of ...HealthMediciNet.com, 1 month ago In-hospital mobility program proves successful for patients posthospital function HealthMediciNet.com, 1 week ago Electronic medical record automated alerts notify physicians when patients at risk of death HealthMediciNet.com, 1 month ago Doctors don't die differently than anyone else, CU Anschutz researchers say HealthMediciNet.com, 1 month ago
HOSPITALS in Birmingham are being forced to spend Pounds 1.2 million a month providing a bed for patients who don't need to be there. And a report from the National Audit Office, the official financial watchdog, has urged the Government to act ...Pharmacy Choice, 1 month ago
Click here to receive lymphoma news via e-mail [embedded content] This video by theUniversity Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust will help prepare children and their families for radiotherapy treatments . Learnmore aboutLymphomaNewsToday.com, 1 month ago
Lawyers for a disabled man who was removed from his Birmingham home and taken to hospital at night are to sue his health trust. Aamir Mazhar, 25, said Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust breached his human rights and had been ...BBC, 1 week ago Disabled Birmingham Man To Sue Over Night Removal From Home Asians.co.uk, 1 week ago
From the section Birmingham & Black Country Image caption The Midlands Metropolitan Hospital is set to open in late 2018 An NHS trust has raised concerns over how a new hospital with fewer beds in a nearby trust will affect its services. ...BBC, 1 month ago
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I need to set out the provisions of the 2010 Act in relation to liability for acts done by others. As a shorthand I will refer to this as "indirect liability". "109. Liability of employers and principals (1) Anything done by a person (A) in ...Bailii.org, 4 days ago
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Investigators at University Hospital Report Findings in Therapeutics (Reducing the within-patient variability of breathing for radiotherapy delivery in conscious, unsedated cancer patients using a mechanical ventilator) By a News Reporter-Staff ...Pharmacy Choice, 6 days ago
Thirty years ago, Professor Sarah Bundey and her colleagues studied 5000 pregnancies at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham. They recorded data on the social aspects, the ethnic origins and family history, including degrees of consanguinity. ...BioNews, 1 week ago
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