• Chew the fat: the obesity epidemic

    Despite rising worldwide obesity rates, there is a paucity of effective care and treatment available to sufferers. Matt Capehorn and Tam Fry of the UK’s National Obesity Forum talk to...

  • Personalised wound care

    Early detection and treatment is known to improve the outcome for many patients. President of the American Board of Wound Management Professor Robert J Snyder discusses the introduction of point-of-care...

  • Top ten disinfectants to control HAIs

    Hospitals are looking to reduce their healthcare-associated infection rates. In no specific order, GlobalData profiles the top ten disinfection solutions available.

  • Flu jabs in the workplace

    The question of whether or not healthcare workers receive a ‘flu jab’ continues to stir heated debate. Some see it as a matter of personal choice, others as professional responsibility....

  • Placental tissue in wound care

    With the incidence of diabetes growing, so does the potential for developing infections, wounds and, worse, amputation. Nic Paton talks to Dr Alap Shah of Foot & Ankle of West...

  • Telemedicine: remote-control care

    An aging, increasingly obese and unhealthy population is creating challenges and costs for the US healthcare system. This is prompting hospital-based physicians to look closely at how technological advances can...

  • Crohn’s disease: management and market

    GlobalData's Manoj Abhang details the treatment and management options open for patients suffering from Crohn’s disease. He also examines the condition’s therapeutics market.

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