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News on public health research and national as well as international health policies. Edited by MEDICA.de and several associations.

 
 

“We established a professionally independent, transparent quality oncology audit”

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[22/10/2013] Quality improvement and management play an ever-increasing role in medicine. This affects not only patient safety, but also the treatment process. The independent certification of a treatment network is a tool to raise the success of treatments. It also creates a positive image in the eyes of patients and healthcare payers.“We established a professionally independent, transparent quality oncology audit” - Read more

Surgery: Restoring Surgeons' Sense of Touch

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Photo: Palpation Capsule Demo [21/10/2013] A small, wireless capsule has been developed that can restore the sense of touch that surgeons are losing as they shift increasingly from open to minimally invasive surgery.Surgery: Restoring Surgeons' Sense of Touch - Read more

Pertussis: Teen Vaccinations

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Photo: Child with doctor [21/10/2013] Widespread vaccination of adolescents for pertussis was associated with lower rates of infant hospitalizations for the respiratory infection than would have been expected had teens not been inoculated according to new research.Pertussis: Teen Vaccinations - Read more

Cleaning and disinfection equipment: “The contamination from bedpans is a globally underestimated hazard potential“

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[02/10/2013] In times of increased multi-resistant bacteria and nosocomial infections, particularly in hospitals, one question reigns supreme: How can comprehensive hygiene at a respective medical facility be ensured? Cleaning and disinfection equipment: “The contamination from bedpans is a globally underestimated hazard potential“ - Read more

Hospital IT: Efficiency and Safety through Networking and Automation

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[01/10/2013] Modern information and communication technology can effectively support hospital operations. It increases safety in patient care and alleviates the organization of time-consuming operations. This saves money and relieves the staff so that investing in modern IT pays off.Hospital IT: Efficiency and Safety through Networking and Automation - Read more

semanticVOICE: Intelligent Speech Recognition Software Helps Physicians

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[01/10/2013] Technical progress also holds innovative ideas for the health care sector. Technology and medicine are not just collaborating for risky surgical interventions, but are also able to improve and make a physician’s daily operations easier.semanticVOICE: Intelligent Speech Recognition Software Helps Physicians - Read more

Infections: Specialists Save Lives and Money

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Photo: Cough [30/09/2013] Study finds patients benefit from improved outcomes and shorter hospital stays when a specialist for infectious diseases is involved in treatment for severe infections.Infections: Specialists Save Lives and Money - Read more

Emergency Room: Visits for Kids with Concussions Skyrocket

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Photo: Football [30/09/2013] Researchers report a skyrocketing increase in the number of visits to the emergency department for kids with sports-related traumatic brain injuries (TBI), such as concussions.Emergency Room: Visits for Kids with Concussions Skyrocket - Read more

Drugs: First Real-Time Detector For IV Delivery

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Foto: Detector [26/09/2013] Today, computerized smart systems can deliver drugs intravenously in exact volumes to hospital patients. However, these systems cannot recognize which medications are in the tubing nor can they determine the concentration of the drug in the tubing.Drugs: First Real-Time Detector For IV Delivery - Read more

Rheumatoid Arthritis: Nurses Manage the Disease Well

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Photo: Nurse and patient [29/08/2013] Patients attending clinical nurse specialist clinics do not get inferior treatment to that offered by consultant rheumatologists, the results of a major new clinical trial have revealed.Rheumatoid Arthritis: Nurses Manage the Disease Well - Read more