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Advanced ICU Care and Philips renew contract

Advanced ICU Care has renewed its existing agreement with health technology firm Royal Philips for a further period of 12 years to implement eICU programme for critically ill patients to help improve outcomes as well as cut expenses.

The NHS faces staffing crisis

Early this week, US President Donald Trump described the National Health Service (NHS) as “going broke and not working”. Although many were quick to criticise this as ‘fake news’, this description may hit too close to home for some in the NHS.

UK Sees High Proportion of CLL Cases at Advanced Stages

The percentage of chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) cases diagnosed at later stages of the Binet staging criteria is much higher in the UK than in other markets. In most of the seven major markets (7MM: US, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, UK, and Canada), over half of the CLL cases were diagnosed at stage A in 2015, while only 16% or less were diagnosed at stage C. In the UK, however, only 25% of CLL cases were diagnosed at stage A and nearly 30% were diagnosed at stage C. Figure 1 shows the proportion of CLL cases by stage at diagnosis in the 7MM in 2015.

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