Clinical pathology

ESC updates guidelines for ventricular arrhythmia, sudden death

The new European Society of Cardiology (ESC) guidelines for the management of patients with ventricular arrhythmias and the prevention of sudden cardiac death contain a variety of updates since the 2015 edition – including 140 new recommendations and 20 modified recommendations, and now charts and algorithms for managing patients with …

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Give GPs problems to solve, not campaign promises

It’s not about money, profit or territory. This is to ensure we don’t conduct experiments – like the North Queensland Pharmacy Trial – that could have lifelong consequences. In the 1990s I worked for the Medical Board of Queensland. There was one occasion when a case I was handling ended …

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CRP can flag patients at risk for post-stroke delirium

Adding serum C-reactive protein (CRP) assessment to other clinical predictors may help identify patients who will experience delirium after stroke, new research has found. Analysis of data from over 450 participants in the Polish Prospective Observational Delirium Study (PROPOLIS), who were admitted to hospital for stroke or transient ischemic attack …

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New study challenges widely held beliefs about Alzheimer’s disease

A new study challenges the dogma behind drug trials for Alzheimer’s disease. The study found that as Alzheimer’s disease progresses, brain levels of enzymes that regulate DNA folding decline. Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh, McGill University and Harvard University found that, contrary to previous research, levels of brain enzymes …

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Study provides a comprehensive view of the genomics of all childhood ALL subtypes

Scientists have created a roadmap of genetic mutations present in the most common childhood cancer, acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). The St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital study is the first to provide a comprehensive view of the genomics of all ALL subtypes. The work serves as a fundamental guide for physicians …

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Western Carolina University – Faculty Use Dissection to Improve Anatomy Teaching and Collaboration

WCU Stories August 29, 2022 By Tom Lotshaw Physical therapy professor Doug Keskula (right) and associate professor of speech therapy Leigh Odom traveled from WCU to Canada this summer for a dissection workshop to explore human anatomy together. It wasn’t the usual academic partnership when physical therapy professor Doug Keskula …

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MedTech Healthcare Information Technology Global Competitive Landscape Report

Dublin, Aug. 24, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Global MedTech Healthcare IT Industry Competitive Landscape report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. This report incorporates an in-depth analysis of the medical technology market and its competitive landscape till 2021. Major players, competitive intelligence, innovative technologies and company profiles are …

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10-year follow-up results of leukocyte interleukin injection are promising in locally advanced primary SCCHN

A reading of long-term data from the Phase 3 IT-MATTERS trial highlighted the potential of leukocyte interleukin injection as a treatment for patients with locally advanced primary squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck. neck, oral cavity and soft palate. Long-term follow-up data demonstrated the promise of leukocyte interleukin …

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Datasets and ‘reverse’ research advance Alzheimer’s disease

Doctors diagnose 10 million new cases of dementia every year, and that number is expected to triple by 2050. Dementia is most commonly caused by Alzheimer’s disease, and research has made little progress in battling it for over of a century. Now, using cutting-edge bioinformatics and computational biology, researchers at …

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Canakinumab does not improve SSM in patients with NSCLC

The CANOPY-A phase study did not achieve its primary objective of improving disease-free survival in patients with completely resected stage II to IIIA and IIIB non-small cell lung cancer. The Phase 3 CANOPY-A trial (NCT03447769) did not meet its primary endpoint of disease-free survival (DFS) versus placebo, according to Novartis. …

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Assessment of lower limb swelling in a patient with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome

A 36-year-old woman with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) presented with a painful, enlarged mass in the right lower limb prompting imaging. Here we present a case report of a rare complication and unique treatment option of a large right anterior tibial artery pseudoaneurysm caused by repetitive strain injury in a patient …

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Portable diagnostic device deployed in sub-Saharan Africa to identify cases of Kaposi’s sarcoma

A portable diagnostic device designed by researchers at Cornell Engineering and Weill Cornell Medicine has been deployed in clinical trials in Uganda to identify cases of Kaposi’s sarcoma, a common but difficult to detect cancer that often signals the presence of a HIV infection. Now, thanks to a $4 million …

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Deep dive into biotechnology: As part of Metabolon’s biomarker testing agreement with Mayo Clinic

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – Metabolon, based in Morrisville, will collaborate with the Mayo Clinic to develop new metabolomic biomarkers to detect various diseases. Under a joint development agreement announced this week, Metabolon will analyze clinical samples from Mayo Clinic patients for disease biomarkers that Mayo will use in new diagnostic …

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Clinical evaluation of T2 papillary thyroid carcinoma: a retrospective study conducted at a single tertiary institution

The American Joint Committee on Cancer/Union for International Cancer Control TNM staging system for thyroid cancer defines category T as follows: T0, no evidence of primary tumor; T1, size ≤ 2 cm and intrathyroid; T2, 2cm 4 cm or ETE …

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Should patients – or any of the other 6 stakeholder groups – be paid for AI in healthcare?

1. The patients, it could be argued, are the rightful owners of any data created from their bodies, Rowell and Sebro suggest. Cells, images, demographics, patient outcomes – “if that data is used to build a lucrative AI system, it’s safe to say that that data has value.” After: It …

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Prof Catherine Bennett, Prof James McCaw, Dr James Wood among experts hoping for first spring without new wave of COVID-19

“There’s no evidence to suggest that these tests don’t do omicron. In fact, the way these tests are done, they’re quite resistant to mutations in the spike protein,” Dr. Whiting said. This is consistent with three overseas studies that have shown that RATs remain effective at detecting omicron variants. Studies …

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Why We Order Redux Lab Tests

George D. Lundberg, MD In 2022, doctors have a wide range of clinical laboratory tests – and other diagnostic tests – to choose from. What tests should we order and why? Lab tests should not be ordered before or unless the doctor knows how the results will be used and …

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How much water will make you sick?

Photo: 7ciJvxpn-w2gZu (Shutterstock) It is no news that drinking water is very important. There has been much written about how to determine how much you should drink every day and then find creative ways to achieve this goal. What might come as a shock, however, is that you can actually …

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Kareo’s Integrated Platform Chosen by Bright Futures Speech Therapy

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Kareo, a leading provider of cloud-based clinic and practice management software solutions for independent healthcare practices and billing companies, announced that Bright Futures Speech Therapy, a clinic of San Diego-based speech-language pathology chose Kareo Clinical Electronic Health Records (EHR) and Kareo Billing practice management solutions to improve …

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Alzheon to Present Phase 2 Biomarker and Breakthrough Clinical Data for ALZ-801 (Valiltramiprosate) Oral Tablet at the 2022 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference

FRAMINGHAM, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Alzheon, Inc.a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing a broad portfolio of product candidates and diagnostic tests for patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and other neurodegenerative disorders, announced today that it will present at the conference 2022 Alzheimer Association International Conference (AAIC) to be July 31-August 4, 2022 …

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Femoral osteoplasty has shown positive long-term results for femoroacetabular impingement

Source/Disclosures Published by: Source: Nepple JJ, et al. Article 44. Submitted to: American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine; July 13-17, 2022; Colorado Springs, Colorado. Disclosures: Nepple does not report any relevant financial information. ADD A SUBJECT TO EMAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new articles …

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Inform Diagnostics Agrees to Pay $16 Million to Resolve Medically Unnecessary Testing Claims Under False Claims Act | USAO-MA

BOSTON – Inform Diagnostics, Inc., (Inform) formerly known as Miraca Life Sciences, Inc. (Inform), has agreed to pay $16 million to resolve allegations that it submitted false payment claims to Medicare and other federal health care programs. Inform is a clinical laboratory headquartered in Irving, Texas that provides pathology services …

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How Cornerstone AI makes data “right” for healthcare

To further reinforce our commitment to providing cutting-edge data technology coverage, VentureBeat is delighted to welcome Andrew Brust and Tony Baer as regular contributors. Monitor their posts in the data pipeline. AI has the potential to transform healthcare. From predicting the risk of terminal illnesses to developing new medicines, companies …

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New Covid-19 test can identify all variants

Researchers at the University of Texas (UT) Southwest have created a rapid Covid-19 test that can identify different variants of the coronavirus in as little as four hours. The researchers hope doctors will be able to use their test, called CoVarScan, to tailor Covid-19 treatments to patients based on which …

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2022-07-13 | NDAQ:AVRO | Press release

AVR-RD-05 is the fourth AVROBIO gene therapy to receive orphan drug designation The FDA previously granted Rare Pediatric Disease Designation to AVR-RD-05 AVROBIO, Inc. (Nasdaq: AVRO), a leading clinical-stage gene therapy company with a common goal of freeing people from a lifetime of genetic disease, today announced that the Food …

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Genetron Health receives CE Ma

BEIJING, June 01, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Genetron Holdings Limited (“Genetron Health” or the “Company”, GTH), a leading precision oncology platform company in China that specializes in providing molecular profiling, early cancer screening products and development of companion diagnostics, announced today that it has obtained CE Mark for its FusionScan …

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Mayo Clinic Receives First-of-Its-Kind Accreditation for Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia Diagnosis

Newswise – ROCHESTER, Minn. – The Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology at the Mayo Clinic, the academic testing arm of the Mayo Clinic Laboratories, has been accredited as a diagnostic site by the PCD Foundation. Mayo Clinic is the first and only center of excellence to receive PCD Foundation …

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harrison.ai and Sonic Healthcare join forces to launch “franklin.ai”, bringing artificial intelligence (AI) to pathology

franklin.ai aims to apply the latest methodologies in artificial intelligence (AI) to bring breakthrough AI tools in the hands of pathologists. SYDNEY, July 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — harrison.aithe clinician-led medical AI platform and Sonic Health care (ASX: SHL), the global leader in medical diagnostics, this week officially launched “franklin.ai,” a …

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Tata 1mg announces medical screening for 1,000 doctors across India

Tata 1mg recently announced free health checkups for over 1,000 doctors across India. The company is also commending 500 doctors in the month of July as part of a nationwide campaign to recognize and appreciate the contribution of doctors to India’s healthcare industry, the company said. “Doctors spread across various …

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Baricitinib for alopecia areata: patients starting treatment

Dermatologists, who recently celebrated US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval of the world’s first oral systemic treatment for adults with severe alopecia (AA), are now considering the practical aspects of administration of the drug to eligible patients. On June 13, the FDA approved baricitinib, a Janus kinase (JAK) inhibitor …

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Current Status of Scientific Cameras Market and Future Outlook (2022-2029) – XIMIEA Gmbh, Vision Research Inc., Thorlabs, Teledyne Photometrics, PHOTONIC SCIENCE, PCO, Oxford Instruments, HORIBA, Hamamatsu, DSS Imagetech, Diffraction, Canon – Instant Interview

Global market research examines the performance of Scientific cameras 2022. It contains an in-depth analysis of the state of science cameras and the competitive landscape globally. Global Scientific Cameras can be obtained through market details such as growth drivers, latest developments, Scientific Cameras business strategies, regional study and future …

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COVID test results: Does a faint line mean you’re positive?

If you take a rapid home COVID-19 test and the line appears very faintly, does that mean you have COVID? Here’s what we know. Line definition: The short answer is yes. Omai Garner, associate clinical professor and director of clinical microbiology at UCLA Health, told the “Today” show that the …

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virtual biomarkers: an emerging high-throughput research tool | Webinars

Thu Aug 11 2022 1:00 PM EDT ABOUT THIS WEBINAR Pathology underpins every facet of healthcare, influencing more than 70% of all medical decisions. It is used in every phase of preclinical and clinical drug development, in every tumor repository and biobank, and in a growing majority of standard and …

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Large UBH Pathology Lab to Change Regional Medical Landscape

The Chronicle Nqobile Tshili, columnistA MAJOR pathology laboratory is under construction at the United Hospitals of Bulawayo (UBH) in Bulawayo, the impact of which is expected to be felt in the south of the country through improved diagnostic services. Currently, UBH uses three rooms where diagnostic tests are performed. Authorities …

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Dr. Vizarath Rasool Khan’s free mega medical camp ended successfully

Hyderabad: Dr. Vizarath Rasool Khan’s Free Mega Medical Camp at Shadan Hospital successfully ended on June 15, 2022. The camp started on May 23, 2022. Thousands of patients not only from Twin Cities and Telangana districts , but also neighboring states got benefited from this camp. Publishing the details of …

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“I Am Gen Z”: How the younger generation braves technological submersion

Technology has always been a double-edged sword. But Gen Z has been forced to wield both sides of the blade. In 1997, when the oldest Gen Zers were born, Liz Smith joined a Silicon Valley startup called Yahoo! What started as a bunch of internet misfits has turned into something …

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RI-Based MindImmune Therapeutics Raises $12.4M in Series A Funding

Tuesday, June 14, 2022 GoLocalProv Sales Team View larger + Image file MindImmune Therapeutics Inc., a Rhode Island-based drug discovery company, says it is “pioneering a new approach to treating Alzheimer’s disease and other neurodegenerative diseases.” It announced that it had closed a Series A financing of $12.4 million. Investors …

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Health: Medicare startups receive a booster dose

We live in an age where digital healthcare disruption is not a choice, but a necessity. GE Healthcare, a leading medical technology company, has formed strategic alliances with growth-stage MedTech startups through its India Edison Accelerator program (launched in 2019) to co-develop innovative solutions that can meet the challenges of …

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Parents honor their son’s name with veterinary scholarship for Blinn College

BRYAN, Texas — A Blinn College Vet Tech alumnus is helping future generations in veterinary medicine. A tragic accident took the life of Chase Stone in September 2021. Today, his parents are honoring his memory by creating a scholarship for future Blinn Vet Tech students. Instructor and clinical coordinator for …

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Lucem Health™ Announces Innovation Collaboration to Bring AI/ML to the Frontlines of Healthcare

RALEIGH, North Carolina, June 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Lucem Health™ today launched the Lucem Health Innovation Collaborative, a partnership program designed to bring clinical AI/ML innovation to the front lines of healthcare. The collaboration will help digital health innovators create, deploy and commercialize transformational solutions powered by artificial intelligence and …

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Pathology and prevalence of dry eye

Laura M Periman, MD: Hello, I’m Laura Periman from Seattle, Washington. I am a board-certified ophthalmologist and cornea-trained ocular surface disease expert. I also do clinical research at the Periman Eye Institute. It’s great to be here. What is dry eye? All day every day, we treat it and do …

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US deployed 1,200 monkeypox vaccines in response to outbreak

By Jacqueline Howard, CNN (CNN) – As the number of monkeypox cases rises amid an ongoing global outbreak, U.S. health officials said Friday they were stepping up testing and contact tracing and expanding access to vaccines. and treatments. As part of those efforts, about 1,200 doses of the monkeypox vaccine …

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ayushman: the head of the Pvt hospital detained for a “swindle” of Ayushman | Bhopal News

Bhopal: The director of a private hospital in Piplani and two others have been arrested for allegedly forging Ayushman cards and using them to approve bogus bills worth Rs 2.5 crore. Shailendra Singh Chouhan, another criminal arm of the DCP, said hospital director Vivek Parihar and Ayushman Mitra Amit Ingle …

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civil hospital: the minister visits the civil hospital and wants the Ct-mri unit to be moved by next month | Gurgaon News

Gurgaon: Union Minister Rao Inderjit Singh on Tuesday visited the Old Civil Hospital to assess the progress of transferring the CT-MRI unit to the Sector 10 Hospital. He stressed that the city needs of a civilian specialist hospital and added that he would speak to the health secretary about the …

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Practical difficulties: Forced to return from China by Covid, medical graduates in limbo | Delhi News

New Delhi: Surya G from Tamil Nadu graduated from North Sichuan Medical University in China in 2020. As Covid-19 spread, he and other students were brought back. His studies continued online, but without practical work or internship. He was unable to return due to the Chinese government’s “Zero Covid policy”. …

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Presentation of the new M-TRAM program | News from the Department of Medicine

We are delighted to announce the launch of the new Stanford Master of Science in Translational Research and Applied Medicine (M-TRAM) starting in September 2022. This new graduate program will provide formalized training in the sciences of translational medicine, basic sciences to clinical investigation. The program will focus on developing …

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CDC: up to five cases of monkeypox are now suspected in the United States

With one confirmed and four suspected cases of monkeypox in the United States, clinicians should continue to be on high alert if their patients report a new rash, particularly in the genital or perianal area, staff at the clinic said Monday. CDC. The single confirmed case in Massachusetts had more …

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Molecular profiling of diseased joints could transform the treatment of patients with rheumatoid arthritis

New research from Queen Mary University of London, published in natural medicine, showed that molecular profiling of diseased joint tissue can have a significant impact on the effectiveness of specific drug therapies to treat patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Researchers have also identified specific genes associated with resistance to most …

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Researchers continue to build toolbox as May recognizes ALS

Lou Gehrig / Courtesy of The Daily Beast Many awareness months dedicated to diseases are obscure, little known to the general public. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), recognized in May, is not one of them. ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease for the Yankees’ “iron horse” who succumbed to the …

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Silence Therapeutics Announces First Quarter 2022 Results

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Silence Therapeutics plc, Nasdaq: SLN (“Silence” or “the Company”), a leader in the discovery, development and delivery of novel short interfering ribonucleic acid (siRNA) therapeutic agents for the treatment of diseases with significant unmet medical need, today announced its financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2022 …

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UHS Board of Trustees Approves Clinical Research Course

LAHORE: The 177th meeting of the University of Health Sciences (UHS) Council for Advanced Studies and Research was held here on Thursday under the chairmanship of UHS Vice Chancellor Professor Javed Akram. The board approved the concept of starting a six- to nine-month certificate in clinical research course for healthcare …

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Study investigates cause of lymphopenia as seen in COVID-19 patients

In a recent study published on Research Square* preprint server, researchers explored the underlying mechanism leading to thymic atrophy and subsequent lymphopenia in patients with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Study: SARS-CoV-2 and its variants, but not Omicron, induce severe thymic atrophy and impaired T-cell development. Image Credit: erhanyelekci/Shutterstock Previous studies …

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In defense of Dr. Benedict Kolee and all hardworking Liberian doctors

Bartum Nyakwettee Kulah Sr. MD, MBA I witnessed Dr Benedict Kolee’s exchange with Spoon Talk panelists and felt the need to write this letter to the editors of major newspapers in Liberia so that the Liberian people will start putting things right in perspective. While awaiting the outcome of the …

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SC Medical Cannabis Bill Dies on the House Floor (Newsletter: May 5, 2022)

FDA delta-8 THC warnings; signatures and contestation of MO ballot papers; DE legalization invoice advances; ACLU Editor Subscribe to get the Marijuana Moment newsletter delivered to your inbox every weekday morning. It’s the best way to make sure you know what cannabis stories are shaping the day. Your support makes …

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The deadly venom of spiders and snakes can also cure what ails you

TUCSON, Ariz. – In a small room in a building at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, invertebrate keeper Emma Califf lifts a stone from a plastic box. “It’s one of our desert hairy ones,” she said, exposing a three-inch-long scorpion, its tail arching over its back. “The largest scorpion in North …

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Ahwatukee therapist helps injured brains heal | Community orientation

When Jessica Grady was studying for a pre-med degree at Miami University in Ohio, her grandfather suffered a stroke. Along with other family members, she rushed to Georgia to be by his side. It changed his grandfather’s life – and Grady’s. “I was able to witness his neurorehabilitation and recovery …

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Scientists gain important insights into new mutation behind synucleinopathies

Parkinson’s disease and dementia with Lewy bodies belong to a family of neurodegenerative disorders called synucleinopathies because they are caused by the pathological accumulation of protein alpha-synuclein in structures called Lewy bodies and Lewy neurites in the brain . In a healthy brain, alpha-synuclein is found in synapses as separate …

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Xavier University plans to open a medical school

Xavier University, a proven track record for health professional degrees, plans to open third medical school in New Orleans Xavier University, a small, historically black university known for its success in getting black graduates into medical school, announced Thursday that it is now planning its own medical school in New …

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Genetic risk of ADHD probed as biomarker of Alzheimer’s disease

the study covered in this summary was posted on medrxiv.org as a preprint and has not yet been peer reviewed. Key points to remember Elderly patients with a high polygenic risk score for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, but without a clinical diagnosis of ADHD, are at high risk for progressive …

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MediciNova Announces Release of MN-166 (ibudilast) Data

LA JOLLA, Calif., April 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — MediciNova, Inc., a biopharmaceutical company listed on the NASDAQ Global Market (NASDAQ: MNOV) and the JASDAQ Market of the Tokyo Stock Exchange (code number: 4875) , today announced that data demonstrating that MN-166 (ibudilast) prevents metastasis in an animal model of …

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Amyloids in the brain may reaccumulate in AD patients after lecanemab withdrawal

April 15, 2022 1 minute watch Source/Disclosures Source: Healio interview. Disclosures: Swanson is employed by Eisai Inc. ADD A SUBJECT TO EMAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new articles are published on Please provide your email address to receive an email when new articles …

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Cognitive resilience proteins may maintain brain health in older adults

The use of interventions targeting cognitive resilience motor proteins may have the ability to offset the effects of multiple pathologies. In fact, thousands of proteins in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC) may contribute to cognitive resilience. These are the conclusions of an analysis published in Neurology. Cognitive resilience is a …

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Associate Professor and Director of Allied Health Research at the Royal Children’s Hospital, post at UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE

Location: Parcville Role type: Full time; CDD 5 years Faculty: Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences Department/School: School of Health Sciences Salary: Level D – $158,624 – $174,754 per year plus 17% super Founded in 1853, the University of Melbourne is Australia’s No. 1 university and is consistently ranked among the …

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CARsgen appoints Dr. Raffaele Baffa as Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Baffa has a wealth of experience in the pharmaceutical industry and research institutes, holding various management positions in multinational corporations and biotechnology companies. CARsgen Therapeutics Holdings of China, a company specializing in innovative CAR T cell therapies for the treatment of hematological malignancies and solid tumors, announces that Dr. …

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C2i Genomics brings distributed cancer surveillance to cancer centers across Europe

What you should know: – C2i Genomics, a cancer intelligence company, is launching its C2inform minimal residual disease (MRM) test across Europe, having obtained CE-IVD mark in the EU, UK and Switzerland. The company also announced the completion of several clinical trials around the world, including at leading cancer centers …

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Companion Animal Diagnostics Market Size, Growth Drivers, and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – The research study on the pet diagnostics market offers you detailed and precise analyzes to strengthen your position on the market. It provides the latest updates and powerful insights into the Pet Diagnostics industry to help you improve your business tactics and ensure strong revenue …

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Biogen’s Aduhelm Phase 4 trial scheduled for May

The drug was approved by the FDA in June, with the agency requesting a new randomized controlled clinical trial to verify the drug’s clinical benefits. Biogen has now submitted the final study protocol for the Phase 4 Envision trial to the FDA for review. He expects to start screening patients …

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Virtual population model predicts and stops kidney damage in black Americans

PHILADELPHIA (April 2, 2022) – Researchers have successfully used a virtual population to replicate a clinical trial that examined kidney damage in black Americans, according to a new study from the University of Mississippi Medical Center at Jackson. John S. Clemmer, PhD, physiologist and lead author of the study, said …

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From Lab to Shelf with Powerful Data Analytics, Health News, ET HealthWorld

by Ram Mudaliar Over the past two years, content streaming sites such as Netflix and Amazon have grown in popularity around the world. There is no doubt that the platforms have been able to generate great interest among subscribers who pay a premium to binge watch on these platforms. It’s …

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Cleveland Clinic opens its London hospital

The Cleveland Clinic has opened the doors to its new hospital in central London, the latest international location for the healthcare system’s growing global footprint. Cleveland Clinic London offers a global network of doctors and specialists to deliver best practice and the clinic’s core values, according to a press release. …

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Clinical study finds antimalarial drugs effective in fighting lung disease | Health

Drugs used to treat malaria are also effective in treating a lung disease similar to tuberculosis, according to a study by a team of researchers from the University of Colorado. {{^userSubrated}} {{/userSubrated}} The research was published in the journal “Science of Translational Medicine.” The study was a significant development in …

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Mayo Clinic researchers develop new antibody

ROCHESTER, Minnesota – Mayo Clinic researchers have validated a new antibody test to diagnose multiple sclerosis (MS), a potentially disabling disease of the brain and spinal cord. Nearly one million people in the United States are affected by MS, according to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. An antibody usually consists …

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Silence Therapeutics and Mallinckrodt Announce Submission of Clinical Trial Application for SLN501

Silence to receive $3 million research milestone payment from Mallinckrodt The phase 1 study is expected to start in the first half of 2022 LONDON & DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Silence Therapeutics plc (Nasdaq: SLN), a leader in the discovery, development and delivery of novel short interfering ribonucleic acid (siRNA) therapies for the …

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DeliverHealth acquires revenue cycle company PresidioHealth

What you should know: – DeliverHealth, a provider of technology solutions for hospitals, health systems and group practices, today announced the acquisition of PresidioHealth, a health technology and clinical intelligence company. Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. – The acquisition enables DeliverHealth to further extend its software platform, …

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Thomas Jefferson University students celebrate in-person game day again

David Wilson wouldn’t say where he hopes to work as a doctor, but the Thomas Jefferson University medical school student was ready to say this about his No. whatever is in the envelope.” Friday was “Game Day” at Jefferson and the nation’s 155 other accredited medical schools, a rite of …

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Philips showcases new cloud-enabled enterprise imaging computing and analytics solutions at HIMSS22

Philips International B.V. Clinicians presenting performance data Clinicians discussing performance data Clinician reviewing performance data March 14, 2022 Philips advances precision care with new releases of HealthSuite Interoperability and Enterprise Performance Analytics – PerformanceBridge Amsterdam, Netherlands and Orlando, Florida, United States – Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA), a global …

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Becton, Dickinson and Company, Abcam plc, Agilent Technologies, Inc., Hologic, Inc., Merck KGaA, Bio SB – The Bollywood Ticket

The Anatomical Pathology market research report covers market production, definition and application. It is basically divided into few key places, import/export, revenue and development in Anatomical Pathology industry. Anatomical Pathology market research report provides characteristics of vital market fragments and market players. Also, it covers market patterns with market share, …

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Blood test promises to identify Alzheimer’s changes in brain before symptoms appear

The Sanders-Brown Center on Aging at the University of Kentucky has been around for nearly half a century. During that time, they have built an international reputation for cutting-edge research into a disease that kills more people each year than breast and prostate cancer combined – Alzheimer’s disease. The research …

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A predictive model for COVID-19 outcomes

As of March 9, 2022, severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), the causative agent of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, has infected more than 446 million people and caused over 6 million deaths worldwide. , with an estimated mortality rate of 1.5%. Study: A predictive model of COVID-19 …

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Radical cystectomy-Pentafecta seems useful to assess the quality of RARC surgery in bladder cancer

A significant improvement in overall survival was observed in patients with high-risk bladder cancer who underwent radical-pentafect cystectomy. According to a study published in Urological oncology. RC-Pentafecta consisted of no early major complications, no urinary diversion at 12 months or less, no soft tissue in the margins, 16 or more …

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Baby masks and language development

Because mask-wearing is a relatively new part of our daily lives, there isn’t much research on this topic yet. But the few studies that exist suggest that masks do not inhibit children’s language development. The story continues under the ad “I am not aware of any research or evidence that …

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MD&M West 2022 on 3D printing, biomaterials, robotics, digital health

Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M) West, the largest medtech event in North America and hosted annually by Informa Markets – Engineering, unveils its educational programming for Design. Engineer. To construct. Conference. Speakers include experts from Medtronic, NXT Biomedical, Canary Medical, Galen Robotics, Edward Life Sciences, Philips, Tech Coast Angels, Stryker, …

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Kalispell graduate finds her voice as a speech-language pathology student at UM

Megan Andersen didn’t speak until she was 5 years old. Her family, team of doctors and a host of other professionals aren’t quite sure why — maybe something about poor muscle tone, dexterity and fine and gross motor development, as she puts it. “I have memories of not speaking,” Andersen …

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BGSU graduate student turns therapy into center for academic study | Community

A Bowling Green State University graduate student’s simple idea for a fundraiser is to create a public good while changing the lives of people living with autism. When Aaron Witt was in high school, he was part of an organization that brainstormed reward ideas at a fundraiser for the school. …

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Yale Cancer Center Annual Conclave Awards Presentation

The Yale Cancer Center held its annual Conclave Awards ceremony virtually on February 15 to celebrate scientific and caring achievements in 2021. Eric P. Winer, MD, director of Yale Cancer Center and chief medical officer of Smilow Cancer Hospital said hosted the event. Clinical and research awards included the Yale …

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Citadel Health: Pandemic highlights urgency of data revolution

LONDON, February 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — David Wellsthe biomedical scientist who led NHS England’s COVID-19 testing response, says the scale and impact of the pandemic highlights the urgent need to reshape diagnostics around the world. Mr Wells led the NHS campaign to create a national testing service from scratch as …

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HEE report shows diagnostics lead in NHS use of AI

Image source: istock.com/metamorworks Diagnostics has become the most common use of artificial intelligence in the NHS, according to the first roadmap report on the subject by Health Education England (HEE). The report aims to identify the AI ​​impact workforce and comes with the launch of an interactive dashboard showing the …

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AIISH organizes a national meeting on communication

More than five million people have speech and hearing impairments, says health mission director Prestigious prayer distinctions awarded Mysore/Mysore: A two-day 53rd National Conference of Indian Speech Language and Hearing Association (ISHA), Mysuru Chapter, has started in All India Institute of Speech and Hearing (AIISH), Manasagangothri campus this morning. The …

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LDH Appoints Melinda ‘Mendy’ Richard as Assistant Secretary of the Office of Aging and Adult Services

The Louisiana Department of Health (LDH) today announced the appointment of Melinda “Mendy” Richard as the Associate Secretary of the Office of the Department of Aging and Adult Services (OAAS). Richard most recently served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Office of Community Preparedness and Health Protection at the Office …

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