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NYU Langone Hospital – Brooklyn opens epilepsy unit
NYU Langone Hospital – Brooklyn has opened a new unit specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of epilepsy, which is considered to be the fourth most common neurological illness in the US.
VEP Healthcare to manage ICU services for California Hospital Medical Center
VEP Healthcare has secured a contract from Dignity Health - California Hospital Medical Center to manage its intensive care unit (ICU).
MedLever and HKSH collaborate for new MR-guided proton therapy solution
MedLever and the Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital (HKSH) have collaborated to develop the information backbone to support the new MR-guided proton therapy solution, which is being developed at the hospital.
A closer look into the microbiology of healthcare-associated Gram-negative infections
Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) are a major threat to patient safety, and place a substantial economic burden on healthcare systems.
MiniCollect® K3E K3EDTA Capillary Blood Collection Tubes
Greiner Bio-One has developed a newly-designed capillary blood collection tube featuring an integrated collection scoop and a co-molded cap for collection and sampling.
Tenet Healthcare and Paladin Healthcare to sell hospitals in Philadelphia
Tenet Healthcare and Paladin Healthcare have signed an agreement to sell Tenet’s Hahnemann University Hospital, St Christopher’s Hospital for Children and other related operations in Philadelphia.
CynergisTek to provide MDS programme for pediatric hospital
US-based healthcare cybersecurity solutions provider CynergisTek’s Managed Document Services (MDS) programme has been selected by an undisclosed pediatric hospital based in the South.
Burden of type 2 diabetes continuing to grow
Diabetes is one of the major non-communicable diseases globally. There are an estimated 450 million people with diabetes aged 20-79 years, including both diagnosed and undiagnosed cases. Undiagnosed diabetes is a major concern, as it often creates an additional socio-economic burden on a country’s healthcare system.
Healthcare-associated gram-negative infections expected to increase
Diagnosed incident cases of healthcare-associated gram-negative infections is expected to increase between 2016 and 2026 in the seven major markets (7MM) of the US, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the UK and Japan.