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New antibacterial coating for intravascular catheters could help prevent infections

New antibacterial coating for intravascular catheters could help prevent infections

Bacteria-killing glass offers hope to combat deadliest hospital infections

Bacteria-killing glass offers hope to combat deadliest hospital infections

Medicare trims payments to 800 hospitals, citing patient safety incidents

Medicare trims payments to 800 hospitals, citing patient safety incidents

Philips unveils unique mixed reality concept developed jointly with Microsoft at MWC Barcelona

Philips unveils unique mixed reality concept developed jointly with Microsoft at MWC Barcelona

A simple change can drastically reduce unnecessary tests for urinary tract infections

A simple change can drastically reduce unnecessary tests for urinary tract infections

VA pushing research, inventions into commercial markets to improve public health

VA pushing research, inventions into commercial markets to improve public health

Balloon-guided catheter surgery provides better outcomes for stroke patients

Balloon-guided catheter surgery provides better outcomes for stroke patients

Device uses light to treat overactive bladder

Device uses light to treat overactive bladder

UMGCCC uses Gammapod radiotherapy to treat breast cancer patients

UMGCCC uses Gammapod radiotherapy to treat breast cancer patients

Biosense Webster treats first patient in U.S. IDE study of HELIOSTAR RF Balloon Ablation Catheter

Biosense Webster treats first patient in U.S. IDE study of HELIOSTAR RF Balloon Ablation Catheter

Wireless 'bio-patch' could aid recovery after breast reconstruction surgery

Wireless 'bio-patch' could aid recovery after breast reconstruction surgery

New software may enable early detection of arteriosclerosis

New software may enable early detection of arteriosclerosis

Study finds link between Medicaid expansion and lower death rates among dialysis patients

Study finds link between Medicaid expansion and lower death rates among dialysis patients

Near infrared spectroscopy technique for accurate evaluation of chondral injuries

Near infrared spectroscopy technique for accurate evaluation of chondral injuries

Mice study shows antibiotics are not always necessary to cure sepsis

Mice study shows antibiotics are not always necessary to cure sepsis

For-profit nursing home residents more likely to experience health issues caused by substandard care

For-profit nursing home residents more likely to experience health issues caused by substandard care

Yale researchers discover how deadly biofilms develop

Yale researchers discover how deadly biofilms develop

ATS releases new guideline to help clinicians manage malignant pleural effusions

ATS releases new guideline to help clinicians manage malignant pleural effusions

Study aims to investigate antimicrobial resistance of uropathogenic E. coli from elderly patients

Study aims to investigate antimicrobial resistance of uropathogenic E. coli from elderly patients

CSU chemists may help in making extracorporeal life support devices more effective

CSU chemists may help in making extracorporeal life support devices more effective